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Suing Over Significant Scarring or Disfigurement From an Automobile Accident

New Jersey is a no-fault insurance state, which means that if you’re injured in a car accident, you usually must turn first to your own insurance policy to cover medical Read More

Recovering Damages for Injuries in a Rideshare Accident

Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have become almost indispensable for travel in the U.S., both in urban and suburban areas. They offer mobility for people who either don’t have Read More

Determining Who Is at Fault for a Rear-End Collision

A rear-end car accident occurs when one vehicle collides with the back of another, usually after the lead driver has slowed or come to a halt. These are among the Read More

Suing a Third Party for Construction Accident Injuries

Construction workers hurt on the job may be covered by workers’ compensation insurance, but only up to certain limits. Severe or catastrophic injures can result in damages far in excess Read More

Who May Be Liable for Injuries in a School Bus Accident?

We entrust our children’s safety to school bus drivers and operators, depending on them to exercise proper care. But school bus accidents can and do happen. When injuries result, parents Read More

Winning Damages for Injuries Suffered Due to Negligent Security

A negligent security lawsuit is a legal remedy for individuals who have suffered injuries as victims of crimes due to failure of property owners or managers to take adequate safety Read More

Common Holiday Accidents and the Harm They Can Cause

As the holiday season kicks off with Thanksgiving and continues into the new year, it's a time for celebration and for reuniting with loved ones. However, the holiday season often Read More

How Does the Statute of Limitations Affect Your Right to Sue for Accident Injuries?

Most every type of lawsuit is subject to a statute of limitations. Essentially, these laws set a period of time running from the date of an injury until a deadline, Read More

Who Is Liable if You Trip and Fall on a Sidewalk Outside a Residence?

Each year, thousands of people are injured on public sidewalks, usually by slipping or tripping and falling. A key question that arises is who is liable for the victim’s damages. Read More

When Temperatures Rise, Accidents Often Abound

Warm weather and abundant recreational opportunities make New Jersey a great place to spend the summer. However, the summer season can also be a time of increased accidents and resulting Read More

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