Was the Accident Caused by Snow or Ice or the Other Driver?

January 20, 2021

When an accident happens and you file a personal injury suit, the other driver will often claim that it was the weather’s fault for the crash and not their own. However, unless the weather was perfect at the time of the crash, it can be seen in New Jersey courts as a contributor to a

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Impact of COVID-19 on NJ Workplaces – Employment Attorneys Needed

January 10, 2021

We are not where we envisioned ourselves months ago.  COVID-19 continues to affect our lives and workplaces. The “new normal” is still foreign to us all, while hopes for widespread vaccination have begun to provide some respite from the lockdowns, quarantines, and closed businesses. What has changed legislatively? The U.S. House of Representatives passed the

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Personal Injury Protection (PIP) in the State of New Jersey

January 2, 2021

Being caught operating a motor vehicle in New Jersey without insurance is no small problem. This is an issue that law enforcement, as well as other authorities, tend to take seriously. In fact, a first-time violation can mean a fine of between $300 and $1,000, community service, DMV surcharges of $250 for three years, and

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What is Erb’s Palsy? Do I have a Medical Malpractice Claim?

January 2, 2021

Erb’s Palsy is a kind of brachial plexus injury where the numbness and limb weakness involves both the upper and lower arm. Having a baby is an exciting time for every family.  Every parent dreams of having a perfectly healthy child without delivery complications. It is very rare for newborns to be injured during childbirth.

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Smartphone Data Can Impact Your Personal Injury Case

December 28, 2020

As smartphone usage, capabilities, and technology continues to develop, smartphones and other “smart” devices like smartwatches and sports bands are increasingly playing an important role not only in our everyday lives but in personal injury claims as well. Considering the amount and types of data that these devices can record, it is no surprise that

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Compensatory and Punitive Damages in NJ Medical Malpractice Claims

December 20, 2020

New Jersey is One of the Best States For Patient Medical Malpractice Outcomes  A New Jersey medical malpractice attorney can provide guidance, support, and legal counsel as you seek to hold a health care professional responsible for negligence or medical errors. A study in the Journal of Patient Safety estimates that hospital errors are now the third leading cause

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Radiology Errors Result in Injury and Medical Malpractice Risk

December 15, 2020

Of the 8,401 radiologists sampled in 47 states have experienced at least one medical malpractice lawsuit during their years in the profession. When someone undergoes a medical procedure or seeks the professional support of a radiologist, they rightfully expect that they will safely and securely complete the procedure and return home on the path to

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Key Components and Process of a Personal Injury Lawsuit in NJ

November 23, 2020

A personal injury lawsuit can cover anything from a medical malpractice case due to a product or procedure that causes harm Accidents happen. It is a part of life and a part of being human. However, not all accidents have to happen. Because it is our responsibility as citizens of New Jersey to be mindful

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Why Won’t My NJ Primary Care Doctor Treat My Car Accident Injuries?

November 17, 2020

Top 3 Reasons Your NJ Primary Care Doctor Shouldn’t Treat You After A Motor Vehicle Accident. After an automobile accident, you must seek prompt medical attention, whether your personal injuries are severe enough that you are treated in a hospital emergency room immediately after the accident or a few days afterward. If the pain or discomfort

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