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April 20, 2018

What if I am Being Denied Unemployment in New Jersey?

Unemployment refers to situations where an individual does not have a job, but is actively available to work. When it comes to those who seek unemployment benefits, there are handful of other criteria which must be considered as well. Unemployment benefits are meant to assist those who have lost a job through no fault of their

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April 13, 2018

Am I Obligated to Report an Auto Accident?

Auto accidents can be a terrifying experience. Whether you are a victim or a witness, they can leave individuals shaken and understandably emotional. In this situation, many people will want to avoid further stress by avoiding police involvement and making a formal report. This is a natural reaction as many of us simply want to

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March 19, 2018

Catholic Priest Resigns After Allegations of Workplace Harassment

Workplace discrimination and harassment are all too commonplace, as evidenced by the recent story of sexual harassment in a Mercer County Catholic church. Reverend Gerrard Lynch resigned from his post at The Church of Saint Ann in Lawrenceville, NJ earlier this month after allegedly making suggestive comments to female employees of the church. Today, our workplace discrimination and sexual

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February 26, 2018

Common Forms of Workplace Discrimination

Incidents of workplace discrimination and harassment are all too common for Americans, even in our modern and supposedly enlightened society. There is no excuse for treating employees or prospective employees differently based on factors including race, age, gender, religion, or any other reasons beyond performance and merit. Yet, our Mercer County workplace discrimination attorneys continue to see cases where individuals

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February 19, 2018

First Steps After Being Injured in an Accident

The immediate aftermath of an injurious accident can be a tumultuous time. Injuries can be painful, cause victims to lose work, and can also lead to serious medical bills and other unplanned expenses. Nobody wants to be hurt, and very few of us are prepared for such an event. A misstep can negatively impact your

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February 12, 2018

Can I be Fired For Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Victims of workplace accidents may be reluctant to file a workers’ compensation claim for fear of discriminatory treatment or even termination. While the short answer is no, you cannot be fired for filing any type of claim against your employer, there are a litany of complicating factors which are worth considering. Today, our employee rights attorneys

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