How to Document Your New Jersey Slip and Fall Case

How to Document Your New Jersey Slip and Fall Case Many people don’t know what to do after a slip and fall accident. Or they may feel silly for “hurting themselves” by falling down on public or private property. But the truth is that these kinds of falls – and the injuries resulting from them […]

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Dangers Associated with Scissor Lifts on Construction Sites

Dangers Associated with Scissor Lifts on Construction Sites Working in the construction industry is often financially rewarding and emotionally fulfilling. However, people who spend their days in this field face significant risks of construction accidents from a variety of sources. In this article, we’re going to discuss just one of these sources: scissor lift accidents. […]

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Most Common Personal Injury Cases in New Jersey

Most Common Personal Injury Cases in New Jersey While personal injury cases cover almost every conceivable type of harm to people and property, there are a few categories of cases that we see over and over again at our firm and on dockets across New Jersey’s many courthouses: car accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, workplace […]

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What New Jersey Residents Need to Know About Workplace Injuries

What New Jersey Residents Need to Know About Workplace Injuries Workplace accidents are a risk in any industry.  Any time employers take shortcuts on training or safety measures, even offices, stores, hospitals, and highways become the scene of workplace accidents.  Nationally, there were approximately 2.6 million non-fatal workplace injuries in 2021 and 5,190 fatal injuries.  […]

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Insurance Fair Conduct Act Allows NJ Residents To Sue Their Car Insurance Company For Bad Faith

Insurance Fair Conduct Act Allows NJ Residents To Sue Their Car Insurance Company For Bad Faith In January 2022, Governor Phil Murphy signed into law the New Jersey Insurance Fair Conduct Act (IFCA) which allows drivers to sue their automobile insurance provider who handle their uninsured (UM) or underinsured (UIM) motorist claims in bad-faith.  Under […]

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Work Zone Accidents in New Jersey

Work Zone Accidents in New Jersey Work zone accidents are defined as accidents or crashes that occur within the signed boundaries of a work zone or at the entry and exit of a work zone in a work zone are an ongoing danger.  Nationally, the rate of work zone crashes has increased by over 45% […]

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Can I Sue for a Burn Injury?

Can I Sue for a Burn Injury? Not all burn injury lawsuits are the same. Burn injuries are categorized into various different types. Usually, medical providers will categorize burn injuries into one of three categories. These different categories are: First degree burns: these are burns affect to the outer layer of the skin and would […]

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What is a Spinal Cord Injury?

What is a Spinal Cord Injury? Damage to a person’s spinal cord can be catastrophic, impacting nearly every aspect of their life. Spinal cord injuries are rarely mild and can cause permanent changes to a person’s mobility. In the most severe form, a spinal cord injury can cause complete paralysis. As noted by the Mayo […]

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7 Summer Driving Safety Tips

7 Summer Driving Safety Tips Before you head off for summer vacation, read over our summer driving safety tips, and keep you and your family safe on the road. Car accidents are a leading cause of injury and death in New Jersey and across the United States. Summer is the most dangerous driving season—not winter, […]

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Proving Fault in a Slip and Fall Accident

Proving Fault in a Slip and Fall Accident   The way for the property owner to be at fault is if they were too careless and because of their carelessness, unwittingly caused the accident that resulted in you being hurt. For example, if the floor was wet, and you fell after seeing the “Wet Floor” […]

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