Month: January 2016

    Make New Jersey Streets Safer by Sharing the Road

    Posted on

    Bicyclists and motorcycle riders face the greatest dangers from drivers who aren’t looking out for them. Drivers in cars are also at risk of causing accidents with trucks when they don’t properly share the road.

    Amazon Fined For Failing to Report Workplace Injuries at New Jersey Warehouse

    Posted on

    On January 12, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announced that it had issued Amazon’s Robbinsville, New Jersey facility a citati

    Types of Trucks Involved in New Jersey Accidents

    Posted on

    New Jersey’s drivers have to contend with an incredible variety of commercial vehicles on the road. Understanding the different types of trucks can help you become a safer driver.

    University in New Jersey Bans Hoverboards as Injuries and Lawsuits Mount

    Posted on

    Following a recommendation made by the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety, Kean University announced that hoverboards will no longer be allowed on campus. The p

    Appointing a Personal Representative to Bring a NJ Wrongful Death Claim

    Posted on

    When someone is killed because of the wrongful or negligent act of a person or organization, that person (the decedent) has rights. Because the decedent isn’t alive to enforce those rights, they pass to the decedent’s estate.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Legal services will continue to be made available to existing & new clients via phone, email, and online resources. We're limiting access to our office, but we are OPEN and available to help.

Got it!