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 ]

Parsippany Bus Crash Kills 1, Injures 36

January 31, 2019

At about 7:30 p.m. on January 24, 2019, a bus driving east on Route 80 hit the median and went airborne. When it landed, it crashed into three passenger cars. As a result of this horrible bus accident, one person was killed and at least thirty-six people were injured, two of them critically. The fatality… [ Read More ]

Car Accidents and Airbags

July 27, 2018

An airbag is made of a light fabric and is deployed during a car accident to protect those in a vehicle.  The size of the bag is dependent on if they are in the driver’s seat or the passenger’s, as the steering wheel makes the driver closer to a place where their head can strike… [ Read More ]

Getting in an Accident with Someone Else’s Car

July 13, 2018

After lending your vehicle out to a loved one, you find out that they were in a crash.  Despite your kindness, life may kick you down and you now may be liable for the costs. You may want to know what’s next.  Here at Hoyt & Hoyt we have handled numerous cases involving borrowed vehicles… [ Read More ]

Construction Accident Deaths

June 28, 2018

Construction is a dangerous industry to work in. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that one in five worker deaths in 2016 were construction-related, and more than half of those deaths can be attributed to four specific causes. OSHA has labeled these causes the “Fatal Four”, and the group suggests that up to… [ Read More ]

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