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Do Minor Car Accidents Have to be Reported?

If a driver is struck while in a parking lot, chances are the injuries sustained will be minor, if at all. These minor car accidents are often referred to as “fender benders” and can happen when a driver is backing out of a parking spot and doesn’t see another vehicle behind them or because a driver misjudged the stopping distance…

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I Was Injured in a Slip and Fall. Should I Get a Lawyer?

While a slip and fall accident may seem cut and dry, they’re actually pretty tricky. First and foremost, it’s not always clear who is at fault in a slip and fall accident. Second, because trips and falls are so common and don’t always result in major injuries, defendants may argue that the plaintiff’s injuries aren’t as severe as they claim.…

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Who is Liable for a Scaffolding Accident?

While construction is one of the most necessary industries out there, it’s also one of the most dangerous. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates that there are approximately 150,000 construction accidents each year. One of the most common construction site injuries are the result of a scaffolding accident. Statistics from BLS state that there are approximately 4,5000 injuries and…

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Lawsuits Against Drunk Drivers Who Cause Car Accidents

Drunk drivers kill and cause serious injury to numerous innocent people every year. Alcohol impairs perception and reaction time when driving.  If someone is injured in a drunk driving accident, they can bring a lawsuit in civil court. Learn more about how to hold a drunk driver liable for your injuries and how an experienced attorney can help. What Can I Sue…

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Understanding No Fault Car Insurance in New Jersey

New Jersey’s system of laws for insurance coverage following a car accident is described as no-fault. Regardless of fault, the individuals’ insurance covers their medical bills. For example, a passenger’s own insurance will be the source for payment if this person is injured in another’s vehicle.  In other words, insurance follows the person not the vehicle.  Fault Still Matters in a…

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Can You Sue a Nursing Home for Neglect?

The Covid-19 crisis has brought the issue of nursing home neglect to the forefront.  There has even been discussion by the legal community about new standards for the level of care.  The lawsuit becomes a mechanism to protect the vulnerable in society from the abuses of neglect.  Sometimes the threat of litigation is necessary to prevent those whose voices might…

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How Insurance Affects a Car Accident Case

The sale of insurance can be compared to gambling. Companies assume the risk for payment if any accident occurs and damages are claimed. They bet that most of their customers will not have to put in a claim but continue to pay the premiums. The “insurance” contract between a person and their chosen insurance company protects the insured from future events. In New…

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3 Types of Products Liability Claims

Popular toys like Sky Dancers and Snacktime Cabbage Patch Dolls probably bring back some good memories from the past. What you might not know, though, is that both toys ended up injuring thousands of kids across the nation. Now, they both have the reputation of being among the most dangerous children’s toys of all time. When you get injured by…

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The Basics: What You Need to Know About NJ Car Accident Laws

Each year, an overwhelming three million Americans will get injured after a car accident. Did you fall into this statistic after getting involved in an automobile crash in New Jersey? If so, then you’re likely wondering how you’ll pay for your medical expenses and other losses after the ordeal. New Jersey’s No-Fault System: How it Impacts Your Accident Compensation In…

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Top 5 Common Causes of Car Accidents in NJ

Did you know that a minor car accident causes about $200 to $1,000 in damages on average even when no one got injured in the collision? If someone does get injured in the crash, then the costs of an accident skyrocket. If you’re hoping to avoid a crash in New Jersey, then it’s important to know what causes them. Below…

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