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No one can foresee whether a structure may collapse during the building process, upon renovations, or even a sudden building collapse with an unidentified cause. Whatever sparked the building collapse; perhaps poor construction, bad design, defective materials, undetected deterioration, or something else, one thing remains certain, the incident could have possibly been preventable.

Questions that often come up are:

  • Who is responsible if a building collapses?
  • What causes a structure to collapse?
  • How can a personal injury lawyer help me after a building collapse accident?

NJ Building Collapse Attorneys

Our building collapse lawyers in New Jersey can help you find the answers you seek by filing a building collapse lawsuit against the responsible party of the catastrophic accident. Our law firm will take the proper steps to assist you in securing financial compensation that'll help you get back on your feet. Schedule your free consultation today.

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What Are The Types Of Building Collapses?

There are various types of structural collapses that can happen, leaving a deadly and catastrophic accident site. There are collapses that happen during the building of the structure, partial building collapse, and existing structural building collapse.

Collapses that happen during the building of a structure are usually caused by several possible components, leading to the construction accident. Some examples are as follows:

  • Improper safety measures taken by the construction workers
  • Building on a weak foundation
  • A design flaw created during the blueprints
  • Using poor quality materials, causing the building to degrade over time, ending in a collapse
  • Ceiling collapse
  • Construction site-building collapse
  • Demolition sites collapse
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Other Common Causes For Building Collapses

There are several other factors that come into play when evaluating what caused the collapse to begin with. Some of the most common causes for a building to collapse include:

  • Lack of structural integrity
  • Defective structural elements
  • Unsafe foundation
  • Faulty wiring causing a fire damage
  • Unnoticed water damage
  • Architectural flaws
  • Engineering defects in the design

No matter the cause of the collapse, victims may be entitled to financial compensation for their serious injuries.

But who is found responsible for this sort of horrific accident? It all depends on the details of the collapse, where it happened, how it happened, and only then can we analyze who the potentially responsible parties are.

Who May Be Liable For A Building Collapse In New Jersey?

The party or parties liable for a building collapses all depends on the type of building collapse accident. Liable parties may be:

  • Construction companies
  • General contractors or subcontractors
  • Property owners
  • Corporations
  • Building owners
  • Equipment manufacturers

This is just a broad list of possible parties, but if you've been injured in a building collapse, it's best to contact an experienced personal injury lawyer to get the details of your claim in a free legal consultation. Then, our law firm can investigate your collapse case and give you the proper formal legal advice to help you make the best decision for you and your family.

Building Collapse Lawsuits In NJ: Learn About Premises Liability

By filing a building collapse lawsuit, injured occupants, guests, and construction workers can who deserve justice can seek compensation to help with injuries sustained during the accident. Property owners have an obligation to keep their buildings safe for those who enter. When an accident such as a collapse occurs, they have failed to protect those involved, thus allowing victims to seek compensation for damages.

To help you determine who the at-fault party is, it's best to contact our New Jersey personal injury lawyers who can assist the injured parties and help pursue compensation. We pride ourselves on our attorney-client relationship and know our trial lawyers can help you get the answers you deserve. Call us now for your free case evaluation.

New Jersey Construction Workers: How Can Our Law Firm Help

Like its neighboring state, New York City abides by its New York building codes to make sure all construction work is done by following a safe and controlled manner of operation, along with specific safety regulations. If you're a construction worker who happens to get hurt on the job, workers' compensation can be a complex insurance process, so contacting our law firm can alleviate some of the stresses involved with filing a claim with an insurance company.

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