NJ Landowners Responsibility to Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents

Nearly five percent of all emergency room patients in the United States seek treatment for injuries suffered in a slip and fall accident. When one of these accidents takes place on property owned and maintained by some other party, the person who was injured may have the ability to file suit for damages resulting from their injuries, if the owner or occupier of the property was negligent in some fashion. Understanding the circumstances under which a property owner is considered negligent in slip and fall accidents and other premises liability matters is critical both for landowners and for individuals who find themselves injured after a slip and fall or other accident.

By |2021-08-02T15:20:36-04:00July 21st, 2021|Accident Injuries, premises liability, Slip and Fall|Comments Off on NJ Landowners Responsibility to Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents

NJ Car Accident Personal Injury Payout

Automotive transportation is a fundamental element of American life, and especially in New Jersey, the most densely populated state in the country. That means we share the road with a lot of other vehicles. And unfortunately, where there are large numbers of automobiles, there is a high risk of automotive accidents. No one is immune «more»

By |2021-06-30T00:32:00-04:00June 30th, 2021|Accident Injuries, Car Accidents, Motor Vehicle Accidents, NJ Personal Injury Case|Comments Off on NJ Car Accident Personal Injury Payout

What Is New Jersey No-Fault Insurance?

If you’re injured in a car accident, who is responsible for paying your medical bills and other expenses? Most people guess that the insurance company for the other driver that caused the accident is responsible to pay your medical bills – and in many states, they’d be right. However, New Jersey is one of twelve «more»

By |2021-06-24T11:53:36-04:00June 22nd, 2021|Accident Injuries, Car Accidents, Motor Vehicle Accidents|Comments Off on What Is New Jersey No-Fault Insurance?

NJ Traffic Laws and Liability in Personal Injury Accidents

Liability is a legal consent for the party that is responsible for causing an accident. Determining who is responsible for an accident can be the most important part of a personal injury claim in in New Jersey. If you cannot determine who caused an accident, you will never know who to make a claim against. «more»

By |2021-02-15T22:10:22-04:00February 15th, 2021|Accident Injuries, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury|Comments Off on NJ Traffic Laws and Liability in Personal Injury Accidents

NJ Claims for Permanent Injuries

After suffering any injury in an accident caused by someone else, you may be told to wait until you are finished with all of your medical treatment before trying to settle your personal injury claim. When you have completed medical treatment, you have reached “maximum medical improvement” or MMI. “Maximum medical improvement” refers to the «more»

By |2021-02-01T15:23:43-04:00February 1st, 2021|Accident Injuries, Permanent Injury|Comments Off on NJ Claims for Permanent Injuries

Personal Injury Medical Bills and the Collateral Source Doctrine

A serious accident can leave someone with serious injuries. No one should be saddled with medicals bills on top of injuries after a serious personal injury accident.  However, the medical costs from a significant accident case can pile up and become astronomically high – especially if the medical care required hospital stays, surgical procedures, or «more»

By |2020-12-02T12:14:43-04:00December 2nd, 2020|Accident Injuries, collateral source doctrine, New Jersey Personal Injury, New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney|Comments Off on Personal Injury Medical Bills and the Collateral Source Doctrine

What is Title 59 in New Jersey?

If you have been injured due to the negligence of an individual or an entity in New Jersey, you have the legal right to seek compensation for those injuries, damages and medical expenses caused by the other party.  What happens when the party responsible for your accident is a public entity, such as the State «more»

By |2021-07-16T23:37:16-04:00November 19th, 2020|Accident Injuries, Dangerous Condition, Dangerous Premises, injury case, New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney, Personal Injury, tort law|Comments Off on What is Title 59 in New Jersey?

Your Personal Injury Case: Pre-Litigation Settlements Explained

In most people’s minds, when they hear someone is suing for personal injuries, they imagine a judge, a jury, lawyers and testifying in open court. In reality, most people injured in an accident from a personal injury resolve the claim without ever stepping into a courtroom. A pre-litigation settlement is when the injured victim and «more»

By |2021-08-22T10:12:57-04:00October 27th, 2020|Accident Injuries, Injuries|Comments Off on Your Personal Injury Case: Pre-Litigation Settlements Explained

Highway Accident Victim Awarded $375,000

My 60-year-old client was driving on the highway on a rainy Saturday morning with his family when a young driver attempted to pass his car. The other driver sped up to pass and lost control of his vehicle on the wet road and crashed into my client’s car. My client was seriously injured and taken «more»

By |2020-10-17T00:28:35-04:00October 17th, 2020|Accident Injuries, Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Success Stories|Comments Off on Highway Accident Victim Awarded $375,000

Should You Hire an Attorney for a NJ Car Accident

Car accidents happen all day, every day in New Jersey. Just turn on any television or radio news station for a traffic report. Highways come to a halt for traffic jams and rubbernecking from car accidents. In fact, the Department of Transportation reports over 35,000 fatal accidents across the U.S. for each of the past «more»

By |2020-10-13T09:47:50-04:00October 13th, 2020|Accident Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents|Comments Off on Should You Hire an Attorney for a NJ Car Accident