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What if You Were Partially at Fault?

In many accidents, fault cannot be squarely placed upon one person. One driver may have been speeding while the other one may have pulled out without looking, and a collision Read More

Nursing Home Care: New Jersey Makes the Grade

As baby boomers age, nursing care facilities are being pressed for beds and high-quality nursing care. Recently, a Florida-based advocacy group ranked nursing facilities in the United States based on Read More

Classes of New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Claims

Classes of Injuries that Qualify for Workers Compensation In New Jersey, there are two different classes of workers’ compensation claims that are recognized as compensable: These classes include: 1)      Traumatic Read More

Settlements Reached in New Jersey Ferry Crash Lawsuit

In January, 2013, a New Jersey commuter ferry carrying five crew members and more than 300 passengers collided with a pier while trying to dock in Lower Manhattan, injuring more Read More

The New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act

Overview of The New Jersey Workers Compensation Law Under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act, employees who are injured on the job are entitled to several benefits regardless of fault. These benefits Read More

Asbury Park Man Falls to His Death

On a worksite, on a playground or around the house, a slip-and-fall can easily lead to serious injury. For a prominent Asbury Park man, a nine-story fall caused death. Jay Read More

Why Should You Carry UM/UIM Insurance?

Because insurance contracts tend to be complicated and expensive, many people approach auto insurance shopping with one goal in mind — paying as little as possible. Unfortunately, they often misunderstand Read More

Dog Bites: When Man’s Best Friend Attacks

With ownership of an animal comes responsibility for its actions. Recently, pit bull-mix dogs have gained notoriety for their serious and sometimes fatal attacks on young and old across the Read More

Medication Errors Leave Patients in the Dark

According to a recent report, patients are often not told when a hospital makes a mistake with their medications. The research indicates that hospitals inform patients about a medication error Read More

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