How Fault is Determined in a Car Accident

May 24, 2019

One of the most important parts of a car accident case is determining who is at fault for the crash. This can be difficult in the most tragic of crashes where both drivers fall into comas or die as a result of their injuries. Drivers who can be held liable for an accident include one… [ Read More ]

What Must You Prove to Win a Premises Liability Case?

May 16, 2019

Elements of a Premises Liability Claim If you are injured on someone else’s property, who pays for the medical bills and other expenses? If you can meet the elements of premises liability, the property owner will be on the hook for your injuries. Here is a short guide to proving a premises case. What Is… [ Read More ]

What To Do After A Fatal Car Accident: The Basics

May 2, 2019

Overview of Fatal Car Accidents in New Jersey Car wrecks often involve damaged property and sometimes minor to severe injuries for those involved. But if a loved one is killed in a car accident, the aftermath will be a terrifically traumatizing and emotionally draining time for the family. Knowing what to do and who to… [ Read More ]

What to do if Injured on Someone Else’s Property

April 24, 2019

When a person is injured on someone else’s property, the injured person may be able to successfully assert a premises liability claim against the property owner for his or her injuries. The success of these claims depends on the strength of the evidence presented to show that the property owner’s negligence caused the injury. Accordingly,… [ Read More ]

Falling in a Store: Proving Liability

April 10, 2019

Slips and falls happen. Sometimes, they occur because the person who falls is being careless. However, other times, it is because the property owner has not sufficiently warned or dealt with a hazard on the premises and the hazard causes the slip and fall. In the former scenario, those who slip and fall generally do… [ Read More ]

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 ]

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