Claims against public entities in New Jersey often involve injuries that occurred on public property. A public entity is responsible for injuries caused by the condition of its property if
You’ll need to prove each of these elements. A New Jersey personal injury attorney can help you understand what kinds of proof you might need.
Public entities can also be held liable when they know about potential hazards but fail to properly warn the public, resulting in injury. But the government will probably be immune if the hazard relates to unoccupied/undeveloped land, forestry, weather conditions (including acts of God), or ordinary traffic signals.
For more information on Title 59, which governs claims against public entities, visit http://law.justia.com/codes/new-jersey/2013/title-59
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