When a health care provider’s negligent treatment causes harm to a patient or worsens his or her condition, the patient may be entitled to compensation by filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.
However, these types of cases are often complex and require… Read More
Although there have been major advances in roadway technology, errors in roadway design and maintenance still continue to cause many auto accidents.
The Lynch Law Firm’s trusted New Jersey auto accident attorneys understand who is responsible for roadway… Read More
Electrical heaters, fireplaces and other heat sources provide many people much needed heating during cold winter months. However, heat sources are often the cause of accidental fires in many peoples’ homes.
Between 2011 and 2015, more than 486,000 people… Read More
Winter weather conditions increase the risk of slips, trips and falls. With the proper safety knowledge, you can protect yourself as you are out and about this winter season.
If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident caused by a property owner’s… Read More
An accident involving a large commercial truck can be frightening and confusing. However, your actions after a commercial accident are important and could affect your claim and the amount of compensation you may be entitled to receive.
If you were injured… Read More
Slip and fall accidents are common in the workplace and can lead to serious injuries that could leave you with mounting medical bills and having to miss time from work.
If you were injured in an on-the-job slip and fall accident, hiring an experienced… Read More
Winter weather can create dangerous roadway conditions that even experienced motorists can have trouble driving through. In fact, snow and ice-related accidents cause more than 1,300 deaths and over 116,800 injuries each year, according to the U.S Department… Read More
In New Jersey, workers’ compensation provides medical care, disability payments and partial lost wages to employees who suffer a work-related injury or illness.
Most New Jersey workers are covered by workers’ compensation, although the benefits might… Read More
In New Jersey, a tipped employee is considered to be a worker who regularly earns more than $30 in tips each month.
Tipped employees often have a different set of rights than employees receiving hourly wages or an annual salary. The rights of tipped… Read More
Motorcyclists in New Jersey are 29 times more at risk of being killed in a collision than occupants of passenger vehicles. Additionally, motorcyclists are five times more at risk of suffering a serious injury, according to the National Highway Traffic… Read More