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What To Do After New Jersey Car Accident

The automobile industry has made vehicles safer to drive and ride in than in earlier years. This fact does not mean there are fewer accidents, or that you cannot be seriously injured when involved in a car accident. Automobile accidents resulted in more than two million injuries last year. «more»

By |September 23rd, 2020|Categories: Accident Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents|Comments Off on What To Do After New Jersey Car Accident

New Jersey Disorderly Persons Offense Charges

A disorderly persons offense is the type of criminal charge in the New Jersey legal system that would in many other states be classified as a misdemeanor; a step below a felony charge in severity, but still carrying the potential for jail time, fines, and a criminal record that can impact a person’s professional and «more»

By |September 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense|Comments Off on New Jersey Disorderly Persons Offense Charges

What To Do When Injured on Someone’s Property Because of a Dangerous Condition?

When you visit property owned by someone else, the owner of that property has a duty of care toward you and all other visitors to ensure that their premises are maintained in a reasonably safe condition, and to warn visitors of any hazards and dangerous conditions on its property. The details of this duty of «more»

By |August 20th, 2020|Categories: Injuries, Slip & Fall Accidents|Comments Off on What To Do When Injured on Someone’s Property Because of a Dangerous Condition?

Which property owner is responsible for injuries from a fall in or around a mall store?

An unexpected trip to the hospital should never be part of your shopping trip to the mall. You should be able to drive home from the mall in the car that your arrived in. You should not have to leave the mall in an ambulance. People work hard for their money and you deserve to «more»

By |August 7th, 2020|Categories: Accident Injuries, Injuries, Slip & Fall Accidents|Comments Off on Which property owner is responsible for injuries from a fall in or around a mall store?

Are Towns Liable If Traffic Lights Are Not Installed At Dangerous Intersections, Putting Pedestrians At Risk?

Thousands of pedestrians are injured and killed by cars throughout New Jersey each year. When pedestrians are injured automobile accidents, they are entitled to compensation for their injuries. However, in order to recover compensation, the injury victim’s attorney identify all parties who be responsible for causing the victim’s injuries. Obviously, that begins with the negligent «more»

By |July 13th, 2020|Categories: Accident Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents|Comments Off on Are Towns Liable If Traffic Lights Are Not Installed At Dangerous Intersections, Putting Pedestrians At Risk?

Wrongful Death and Criminal Charges: NJ Senate Passes New Hazing Bill

Traditions and rituals form the framework on which culture rests; they foster and reinforce group identity and create continuity with the past. But not all rituals and traditions are valuable, acceptable, or safe. Hazing rituals, often associated with college fraternities and school sports teams, are generally humiliating, often dangerous, and – as the 2017 death «more»

By |July 3rd, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense, Wrongful Death|Comments Off on Wrongful Death and Criminal Charges: NJ Senate Passes New Hazing Bill