If You Were Hurt On Someone Else's Property, We Can Help

Not all falls happen because you were clumsy. Whether you are at a casino, a store or even a neighbor's house, property owners and operators have a duty to keep their property reasonably safe for guest and customers.

Reynolds & Horn, P.C. Attorneys at Law, have extensive experience helping individuals who have been injured on another person's property. Contact us for a case evaluation if you believe you have been hurt in situations such as:

  • Slip and falls on wet, icy or snowy surfaces
  • Defective or inadequate lighting
  • Failure to warn of dangerous conditions on the property
  • Improperly maintained equipment, furniture or furnishings
  • Uncovered ditches or open holes on the property
  • Broken or poorly maintained stairways and handrails
  • Swimming pool injuries
  • Store displays that fall on customers
  • Casino assault and other casino accidents
  • Dram shop and liquor liability cases, including victims of people who were served while visibly intoxicated

Your ability to recover for injuries caused by a dangerous or unsafe condition on another's property depends on whether you were a customer, a guest or a trespasser on the property. Some of the types of compensation we may be able to recover for you include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

We Don't Back Down

As experienced trial lawyers, we are not afraid of a fight. We will not settle for less than your case is worth. We have experience in every court and every county in southern New Jersey, and we know how to try a case to get the best possible results for our clients. There is a good chance we have successfully helped someone in a similar situation to yours, so we can skillfully evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your case.

Call Today For A Free Case Evaluation

Call our Atlantic City office at 609-318-3951 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a lawyer. We do all of our work on contingency, which means we only get paid if we win your case.