How Long After my Accident Can I File an Injury Claim?
June 14, 2019
Mercer County Injury Lawyers Providing Council to Clients in Trenton, Princeton, Pennington, and across Mercer County NJ Many of our Mercer County personal injury clients ask us how much time they have to file their claim. The answer to this question is two-fold, the answer by the letter of the law and the answer that any
Do I File a Workers’ Comp or a Personal Injury Claim in NJ and PA?
June 13, 2019
Workers´Compensation Attorneys Serving Clients in Hamilton, Lawrence, and East Windsor, across Mercer County and Central New Jersey If you are not sure if you should file a personal injury or workers’ compensation claim, the first thing you should do is find qualified council to help guide you through the steps of either legal process. It
How long do I have to file my Workers’ Compensation Claim?
June 10, 2019
Experienced Workers´Compensation Attorneys assist Clients in Princeton, Pennington, East Windsor, Ewing and across Mercer County Traumatic Injuries vs Occupational Injuries in NJ The time someone has to file a workers´ compensation claim depends on whether or not an injury is what is called a traumatic injury or an occupational injury. A traumatic injury is two
Traveling with Prescription Medication into New Jersey
June 6, 2019
Criminal Defense and Drug Crimes Attorneys handling cases in Trenton, Princeton, Jackson, and across Mercer County NJ Unlike other countries, the United States has always been a patchwork of laws representing the feeling and morals of each individual state. For this reason, traveling across state lines with medication can sometimes be problematic, even when the
Who will handle my Workers’ Compensation Claim?
June 5, 2019
Workers Compensation Lawyers helping clients in Trenton, Bensalem, Philadelphia, and across New Jersey and Pennsylvania Attorney Curt J. Cox is an experienced and dedicated lawyer who focuses his litigation practice on litigation, in particular, worker’s compensation cases. Attorney Cox is a member of the Honorable James Coleman, Workers Compensation Inns of Court and both New
DWI Arrest Has Immigration-Status Implications
May 28, 2019
People come to America and New Jersey from all over the world. Sometimes temporarily for vacation or to study, and sometimes permanently to live, work, and raise children. Usually, for an individual to enter our borders, they are required to have a Visa. Barring foreign diplomats and consular officials, United States law applies to anyone
What is Workers Compensation?
May 13, 2019
Serving workers´ compensation clients in Trenton, Princeton, Lawrence, Hamilton, and across the greater Mercer County area Workers’ compensation is a state-mandated insurance program that provides benefits to employees who suffer job-related injuries and illnesses. Each state has its own laws and programs for workers’ compensation. The federal government also has a separate workers’ comp program,
The Textalyzer: What Does It Mean for Distracted Driving?
May 7, 2019
Mercer County Attorneys serving clients who have been charged with and also injured by texting while driving New Jersey law explicitly prohibits the use of all handheld devices, including phones, navigation devices, recording devices, and more, while driving any kind of vehicle. Considered to be “distracted driving“, the laws are in place in order to
Motorcycle Injury Safety Tips
April 28, 2019
Over the last ten years in New Jersey, the state has averaged 74 motorcycle fatalities each year, and tragically that number continues to climb. And while many times motorcycle accident injuries and deaths are the result of the actions of other drivers and motorists, many times it is not. It is hard enough recovering financial
Injury Attorneys Discuss Limited and No Coverage Insurance Claims
April 22, 2019
Serving Accident and Injury Victims in Trenton, Lawrence, Princeton, Hamilton and across Mercer County The Garden State continues to see motor vehicle accidents costs on the rise, without any reduction in sight. As it relates to no fault claims personal injury protection (PIP), New Jersey drivers and insurance companies have seen a 26% increase over