August 29, 2018

Pre-Litigation Settlement for your Mercer County Personal Injury Claim

While movies like Erin Brockovich and The Rainmaker have popularized lengthy courtroom battles where the injured party waits with baited breath for a jury verdict, many personal injury lawsuits are settled before ever going to court. A “pre-litigation” settlement can have benefits for both the plaintiff (you) and the defendant (the negligent party). When accepting a

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June 11, 2018

Delayed Symptoms of Traumatic Injuries Mercer County, NJ

In the aftermath of a serious accident, considering a personal injury claim is only one small way victims can protect themselves and their families. First and foremost, it is essential that victims visit a doctor ASAP. This step will not only provide you with the diagnoses, treatments, and assurances that you need but may also become the basis for

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October 23, 2017

Limited Right to Sue Versus Unlimited Right to Sue

When drivers choose their car insurance policy in New Jersey, one of the most important decisions they will make is the choice between the “limited right to sue”, or an “unlimited right to sue”. While unlimited policies will certainly cost more, they may be preferable due to how injury compensation works when it comes to

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December 27, 2016

Why You Should Not Settle Immediately Following an Accident

Following a serious accident, such as an auto accident or a construction accident, most often what the victim wants most is for their life to return to normalcy.  They want to be able to go back to their jobs, spend time with their loved ones, and not have to worry about their traumatic injuries with

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October 13, 2016

Safety Officials Investigate Recent Hoboken Train Accident

The recent train accident in Hoboken NJ that resulted in more than 100 people sustaining injuries and one person tragically dying is still being investigated by federal safety officials. On September 29, 2016, an NJ Transit train on the Pascack Valley Line train went past the bumper block on the tracks at Hoboken Terminal and

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