Common Types of Medical Malpractice

March 15, 2019

In the legal world, medical malpractice is a negligent situation in which a healthcare professional does or does not do something that results in injury or illness for a victim. For it to be considered medical malpractice and not just reasonable human error, it must be considered a breach of a medical duty of care.… [ Read More ]

Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?

March 1, 2019

Personal injury cases can be settled one of two ways: out of court with an insurance company or a legal battle in court. There are pros and cons to both of them such as costs, time for it to settle, success rates, etc. Many people wonder, “ Will my personal injury case go to trial?”… [ Read More ]

Getting a Fair Amount From Your New Jersey Workers’ Comp Settlement

February 28, 2019

Figuring Out How Much Compensation You Need Calculating a fair settlement takes a lot of work. It is common for injured workers to undervalue their settlement amount. It behooves you to speak to an attorney who knows the workers’ comp system inside and out and knows about creative methods to getting you the funds you… [ Read More ]

Do You Have to Report Your NJ Car Accident If It Was Minor?

February 26, 2019

Although it is important to make sure a police report is filed when you get into an automobile accident, this is not always the case. If no one in your vehicle, whether it was you or a passenger were injured, or if minimal damage was sustained, the police typically do not need to be notified.… [ Read More ]

What Should You Do if Your Doctor is Sued?

January 31, 2019

Going to the doctor is supposed to be an event that helps us heal, rehabilitate from an injury, and overall make us feel better about our health (for the most part). It is ingrained in our minds from childhood that doctors are here to help us, no matter the areas in which they practice. But,… [ Read More ]

Explaining SIRVA and Its Relationship to Workers’ Compensation

January 31, 2019

The argument over whether or not to get a vaccine has been raging for decades. For the most part, people get vaccines in an effort to prevent becoming seriously ill. When a vaccine is administered it is done so using a weaker version of the illness. This allows the body’s immune system to build up… [ Read More ]

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