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How to Gather Evidence After You’ve Been in an Auto Accident

Although many New Jersey auto accident claims are handled under the state’s no-fault insurance law, serious injuries may exceed the limits of the victim’s PIP coverage. When that happens, a Read More

The Causes of Public Transportation Accidents

Every day, millions of Americans rely on public transportation to safely and efficiently get them to school, commute to work, attend events, and run errands. When these systems fail, everyone Read More

When is it “Too Late” to claim my injury?

Recovering from an accident is a deeply personal process, and not everyone is ready to file a claim right away. Beyond that, not every victim knows the full extent of Read More

Car Insurance: What Do I Need And What Should I Get?

No matter how much you drive or how good of a driver you are, car insurance is a legal and moral requirement. Auto insurance can help to save lives by Read More

Who’s Responsible for My Sidewalk Injury?

Sidewalks are vital for almost every person every day in America. It’s role is being the solid ground below us. When that solid ground doesn’t provide the safety and stability Read More

Is a Landlord Liable for Harm from an “Open and Obvious” Hazard?

Premises liability law requires landlords to make their grounds reasonably safe for visitors by taking steps to discover unsafe conditions and either remove them or provide adequate warning about them. Read More

Can I Sue a Good Samaritan for Personal Injury in New Jersey?

The Biblical term “Good Samaritan” is used to refer to a person who stops to give aid to an injured stranger. Under the common law of the United States, there Read More

What Is the Role of a Medical Expert in a Malpractice Case?

Medical malpractice cases are highly technical, and the details of a diagnosis, treatment, medical error, or injury can easily go over the heads of a judge and jury. To make Read More

What Is the Discovery Rule for Medical Malpractice in New Jersey?

A personal injury claim has a shelf life. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations is two years for these claims, including those for medical malpractice. This means you must Read More

How Does New Jersey’s No-Fault Insurance Law Limit My Right to Sue?

New Jersey is a hybrid no-fault state for automobile insurance, giving motorists the option of choosing less expensive no-fault insurance with only a limited right to sue or more expensive Read More

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