Month: October 2015

    New Jersey Drivers Can Be Ticketed for Driving Too Slowly

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    Driving too fast causes accidents because it leaves drivers with less time to react and makes vehicles harder to control. Slow driving, especially on highways, is also dangerous.

    New Jersey Supreme Court Finds Homeowner’s Association Liable for Slip and Fall on Icy Sidewalk

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    In a recent decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that a homeowner’s association can be held liable for injuries caused by icy sidewalks.

    Poor Maintenance Causes New Jersey Tractor-Trailer Wrecks

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    Cheap or unscrupulous trucking companies often sacrifice safety for profits. They may skip scheduled or regular maintenance, and instead wait until something actually breaks before they repair their trucks.

    What Damages Can Be Recovered When a Family Member is Negligently Killed?

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    New Jersey provides two forms of relief when someone is killed due to the negligence or wrongful act of another person or organization. The first is known as a survival suit.

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