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Can You Sue an Office Building for Elevator or Escalator Injuries?

If you are injured in an elevator or escalator accident, there are several potential defendants who might be liable for your injuries. However, where liability attaches depends greatly on the Read More

What Is the Statute of Limitations for Filing a Personal Injury Claim in New Jersey?

If you suffer harm due to an accident, medical malpractice, or a similar injury event, your right to submit a claim for compensation is time limited. The New Jersey Statute Read More

How Can a Burn Victim Recover Damages After a Car Fire?

A car fire is a harrowing enough experience; when the fire produces painful burn injuries, often with severe complications, the suffering can be long-lasting. But if there’s any good news, Read More

Do You Know What to Do If Your Car Catches Fire?

The August 2016 death of a New Jersey man traveling on a Vermont interstate should stand as a horrific warning that cars can catch fire after an accident. Alexander Romanow, of Read More

What Are Future Losses in a Personal Injury Claim?

If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, you are naturally concerned about your current medical bills and your current inability to work. But what happens after your period Read More

How to Avoid Accidents on the Shoulder of the Road

Pedestrian deaths on interstate highways range from 9.4 percent to 12 percent of all pedestrian traffic deaths annually, according to the AAA Foundation. The reasons why these people were walking on Read More

Is it Legal to Wear Earbuds While Driving in New Jersey?

We see many headlines about how New Jersey lawmakers are trying to combat distracted driving in the Garden State. Although most of the proposals are useful in theory, they raise Read More

What Happens When You’re Seriously Injured by an Uninsured Driver?

New Jersey insurance law can be a bit confusing, because even though drivers are required to have insurance, they are not required to have liability insurance. That means drivers are Read More

When Must Traffic Stop for a Pedestrian in New Jersey?

It’s been several years since New Jersey changed its pedestrian safety laws, and yet pedestrian accidents continue to plague the Garden State. The problem of pedestrian fatalities is particularly urgent Read More

What Are the Requirements of the NJ Child Car Seat Law?

One year after New Jersey implemented one of the strictest car seat laws in the country, many motorists still are unsure what the regulation entails. One problem is that parents with Read More

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