How does the litigation process work?

February 12, 2020

Personal Injury Attorneys Litigating for clients in Princeton, Ewing, Hamilton, Pennington, East Brunswick and across Mercer  and Middlesex County, NJ The term litigation refers to the process of a lawsuit.  In personal injury cases, people contemplating a lawsuit often ask how the litigation process works.  Litigation involves filing a complaint, obtaining and exchanging discovery, and


Should I fight a speeding ticket even if I really was speeding?

February 5, 2020

Speeding and Traffic Violations Attorneys serving drivers in Middlesex and Mercer County NJ Almost everyone speeds at some point or another, as we hurry from place to place hoping to go undetected by police. If you receive a speeding ticket, you should consider hiring an attorney to fight the ticket or lessen the points even


What if my employer wants me to sign an agreement after an accident?

January 30, 2020

Experienced Attorneys Advising Clients on work-related agreements in Hamilton, Trenton, Levittown, Ewing, and across Mercer County Area If you have been injured at work, your employer may want you to sign an agreement.  Never sign an agreement without speaking with an attorney, no matter how favorable the agreement sounds or how much pressure you are


What if I am Partially at Fault in an Accident?

January 20, 2020

Our attorneys have the skill and experience to assist in recovery even if you are somewhat at fault in Hamilton Township, Trenton, Ewing and across Mercer and Middlesex County In many cases involving personal injuries, each party involved bears some responsibility.  People often think that they cannot recover if they are partially at fault. This


New Jersey Laws Protect Pedestrians, Joggers, & Cyclists

January 13, 2020

Pedestrian accident victims represented by dedicated personal injury lawyers in Trenton, Lawrence, Hamilton, Princeton, East Brunswick and across Mercer and Middlesex Counties New Jersey ranks 13th in the nation in pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 people, based on the 2017 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data, and these numbers continue to rise. On average, one


Women’s Mental Health and Work-Related Injuries

January 7, 2020

Workers Compensation Attorneys Helping Women Affected by Gender-Related Work Issues in Princeton, Ewing, Hamilton, Pennington and across Mercer County, NJ Though there have been many studies that have addressed work-related injuries, the role that gender plays in work injuries was the subject of a study conducted by the Colorado School of Health’s Center for Health,


The Importance of a Truck and Commercial Vehicle Accident Attorney in NJ

December 19, 2019

Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys Serving Clients with Truck Accident-Related cases in Princeton, Ewing, Hamilton, Pennington and across Mercer County, NJ According to the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, truck accident deaths continue to increase dramatically each year.  Since 2009, truck accident-related fatalities have risen by 41 percent, a statistic that would not be tolerated in


How long do you have to file an auto accident claim in New Jersey?

December 14, 2019

Auto Accidents Attorneys Serving Clients in Princeton, Ewing, Hamilton, Pennington and across Mercer County, NJ In the state of New Jersey, according to the Department of Transportation, there were 278,413 car crashes and 59,096 of them resulted in driver or passenger injuries.  No one has an accident on purpose.  None of us wants to face


New Jersey’s Risk Assessment Scale & Tier Process for Sexual Offenders

December 6, 2019

How We Got Here: New Jersey’s Sex Offender Registry Prior to the 1990s, there was inadequate legislation, legal recourse, and information to protect children and the most vulnerable among us from aggravated sexual assault and other dangers. As a result of the Jacob Wetterling Act or Jacob’s Law and its subsequent congressional amendment Megan’s Law