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Safety Tips for Traveling on Thanksgiving Day

November 23, 2017

Reports from the National Safety Council (NSC) indicate that Thanksgiving is one of the deadliest holidays for motorists on US roads. That’s because many people travel during Thanksgiving weekend and go to family gatherings. Crowded roads mean a sharp rise in the total number of motor vehicle accidents, especially in New Jersey where roadways are… [ Read More ]

Student breaks elbow, awarded $6 million

November 15, 2017

A premises liability case recently came to a close, resulting in $6 million being awarded to a student who had broken her elbow and arm after tripping over a wire cable back in eighth grade. The incident occurred on October 4 of 2011 in gym class. The middle schooler was with classmates on a paved… [ Read More ]

When Everyday Household Items Pose a Threat

October 26, 2017

Today, there are so many objects lying around our houses that can very easily pose a threat. Worse yet, they’re normally items we wouldn’t think twice about having in our house. Ranging from items that should not be accessible to young children, to items that can cause diseases from the chemicals in them, here are… [ Read More ]

Single Pick-Up Truck Accident Leads to One Death

October 24, 2017

In late July, a man in his early twenties veered off the road in his pick-up truck. After going down a small hill, and hitting a number of trees, the man was pronounced dead at the scene. The man was driving northbound on East Shore, an area known for both its windy and narrow roads,… [ Read More ]

Do I Always Need to Call the Police After a Car Accident?

October 17, 2017

Car accidents occur on New Jersey streets every day. When a car accident seems minor, you may wonder whether or not you need to get the police involved. Here are the situations in which you should (and in some cases are legally obligated to) call a police officer after a car accident. Report the accident… [ Read More ]

Plaintiffs Can Recover More than PIP Limits for Medical Expenses

October 12, 2017

New Jersey Appellate Division Finds Plaintiffs Can Recover More than PIP Limits for Medical Expenses A three-judge panel of the New Jersey Appellate Division recently overturned a pair of lower-court rulings regarding personal injury protection (PIP) benefits in motor vehicle accident cases. The Appellate Division ruled that people injured in a car accident can seek… [ Read More ]

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