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How a Personal Injury Lawyer Improves Upon Your Insurance Company’s Initial Offer

If you are injured in an auto accident or a slip and fall, the first step is usually to file a claim with the appropriate insurance company. After an auto Read More

Can You File Workers’ Comp When You Are Hurt at a Company Event Outside of Work?

The preeminent rule for workers’ comp eligibility is that an injury must be work-related, meaning that it occurs “in the course of employment” and “arises out of employment.” Yet, many Read More

Is Your Landlord Liable for Your Injuries on His Property?

The answer to this question, like so many others in the legal arena, is “it depends.” The simple fact that your injury occurred on your landlord’s property — or property Read More

Can You Bring a Premises Liability Claim Against a Mall Parking Lot?

Premises liability is the area of the law that makes landlords liable for injuries that occur because of dangerous conditions on their property. So, if you are injured in a Read More

Can You Sue a City When You’ve Been Injured by Slipping and Falling in a Train Station?

If you suffer a slip and fall on the stairs or platform of a train station, you might wonder if the city where the train station is located is responsible Read More

Are Towns in New Jersey Liable for Your Injuries in Their Public Parks

There are two considerations to this question’s answer. The first is whether the mere fact that an injury occurred in a park is enough to make the park responsible to Read More

Your Rights to Sue a Drunk Driver for Accident Injuries

If you are hurt in an accident caused by a drunk driver, you have the same rights to recover compensation as you would against any negligent driver, but there are Read More

Know the Signs and Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injury describes physical damage to brain tissue caused by blunt force, concussive force, severe shaking, or penetration of the cranium by a foreign object. Major causes of traumatic Read More

Your Rights to Sue When Assaulted on the Job

A victim of a deliberate assault has the same rights as a victim of negligence: to recover compensation from the wrongdoer for economic and noneconomic losses, including medical bills, lost Read More

What Action Can You Take When a Neighbor’s Dog Bites You?

Although many states allow a dog “one free bite,” New Jersey holds dog owners strictly liable for injuries due to dog bites in most circumstances. So, if your neighbor’s dog Read More

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