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New Jersey Police Use of Force

NJ Police Use-of-Force Guidelines to Change in Response to George Floyd Tragedy New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced on June 2, 2020 that the state’s use of force guidelines for police will be revised and updated. This change, the first update to these guidelines in twenty years, comes in response to the most recent «more»

By |June 26th, 2020|Categories: Firm News|Comments Off on New Jersey Police Use of Force

How Your Lawyer Can Make or Break a NJ Personal Injury Case

How Your Lawyer Can Make or Break a NJ Personal Injury Case If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident and suffered personal injuries, you can expect difficult challenges from insurance companies, in addition to your injuries. No matter how severe your injuries are, the stress of dealing with a personal «more»

By |June 3rd, 2020|Categories: Accident Injuries, Injuries|Comments Off on How Your Lawyer Can Make or Break a NJ Personal Injury Case

Resisting Arrest Charges in NJ

Resisting Arrest Charges in NJ If you fail to go quietly along with police officers when they are trying to arrest you, it is considered ‘resisting arrest.’ These charges often come about through a misunderstanding, but the penalties for this charge in New Jersey can be quite severe. If you are convicted of this charge, «more»

By |June 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense|Comments Off on Resisting Arrest Charges in NJ

Top 7 Causes of Truck Accidents

Did you know New Jersey has the reputation for some the worst roads and highways in the nation – for many years in a row? This coupled with extremely congested highways is a recipe for disaster for truck accidents in New Jersey. The size and weight of tractor trailers barreling down highways create a dangerous «more»

By |April 28th, 2020|Categories: Accident Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents|Comments Off on Top 7 Causes of Truck Accidents

Settlements for Zantac Claims in New Jersey

The FDA recently notified the nation that Zantac medication contains small amounts of a potential poisonous compound. This carcinogen was found in Ranitidine medication brand named Zantac. The FDA is presently analyzing the risk to U.S. patients and immediately demanded the removal of Zantac medication from all pharmacies and drug stores in the United States. «more»

By |April 24th, 2020|Categories: Firm News|Comments Off on Settlements for Zantac Claims in New Jersey

Compassionate Release for New Jersey Inmates

The NJ Supreme Court Order The New Jersey Supreme Court issued an order on March 22, 2020, which allowed the suspension or termination of county jail sentences for many  inmates. This order was entered after an agreement was reached between the New Jersey Attorney General, the ACLU, the County Prosecutors, and the Public Defender. As «more»

By |April 20th, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense, Firm News|Comments Off on Compassionate Release for New Jersey Inmates