Tips For Making Your Mercer County Workplace Safer

September 15, 2018

For most of us the bulk of each day is spent in and around the workplace.  Maintaining high productivity should be the goal of any employer and good employee.  Lack of proper safety is a direct threat to maintaining high productivity as it can cause personal injuries to your employees resulting from workplace accidents which can


4 shot, Child Injured by Dirt Bike in Trenton Assault

September 6, 2018

A group of individuals gathered on Union Street in Trenton and turned it into a scene of gunfire that left 4 people shot and one child injured after being struck by an assailant fleeing on a dirt bike.  Though the crime rate in Trenton has has had a downward trend for the past 18 years,


Pre-Litigation Settlement for your Mercer County Personal Injury Claim

August 29, 2018

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


What Should I Do if I Am Arrested in Mercer County NJ?

August 24, 2018

Most would agree that being arrested for a crime can be a very frightening and confusing experience. According to data from the state’s Unified Crime System there were 46,365 adult driving under the influence arrests recorded last year in Pennsylvania. It is safe to believe that none of those people planned to be taken into custody.


Williams Law and Swimming Pool Injury Claims in Mercer County NJ

August 18, 2018

The summer months reminds us of a time for fun with family and friends.  As we are traveling through life enjoying the activities we are involved in under the summer sun a myriad of unexpected events can occur such as motor vehicle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and even slip and fall injuries. While we are relaxing


Wrong Way Driver Causes Fatal Accident

August 2, 2018

Kenneth McRae, a 31 year old Burlington man, was tragically killed as a result of an accident caused by a drunk driver on Route 29 who was traveling in the wrong direction. In today’s article, we will discuss the events of this fatal car accident, and discuss wrongful death claims and how this type of


What is Social Host Liability?

July 23, 2018

In the United States of America 29 people die every day in motor vehicle crashes that involve someone under the influence of alcohol.  This works out to roughly one death every 50 minutes.  The annual monetary cost tops $44 billion. In New Jersey alone alcohol-impaired drivers were responsible for 601 deaths in 2016 as well


NJ’s Gun Laws Getting Stricter

July 16, 2018

The Art All Night festival in Trenton was the scene of a mass shooting that took one person’s life and left 22 others injured.  This tragic event has had many across New Jersey calling for tougher gun laws as it represents only one of 154 mass shooting incidents in the United States so far in 2018. Responding


Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

July 2, 2018

The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 protects American workers and their families in the case of health related work absences. This regulation, governed by the United States Department of Labor, allows employees to take unpaid time off without losing their job under certain circumstances. This is an important protection not only for individuals who have


Reporting Workplace Accidents in Mercer County, NJ

June 20, 2018

For individuals who work in dangerous industries, workplace accidents can be a relatively common occurrence. Additionally, many individuals who have been injured do not wish to create a disturbance by filing an “official” report. While this mindset is understandable, failing to report a workplace accident can leave both the employee and the employer at risk