A car accident is a stressful experience, especially if the at-fault driver has fled the scene of the accident.
Watching the vehicle that caused your accident drive away and flee responsibility for his or her actions can be infuriating. However, there… Read More
With the official start of summer fast approaching, boating safety advocates across the country have teamed up to promote safe and responsible boating through National Safe Boating Week.
This annual boating safety awareness campaign runs from May 20… Read More
Severe birth injuries are a real possibility during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the first month of life. Some occur naturally, while others are the result of medical malpractice.
If your child suffers from one of the following birth injuries that… Read More
The days following a car accident can be hectic, dealing with doctor’s appointments, medical bills, a damaged vehicle and filing a claim with your insurance company.
Unfortunately, while trying to make sense of everything, many people will look to an… Read More
Whiplash is a soft tissue injury that is common in car accidents, especially rear-end collisions.
It occurs when the head is quickly jolted in a whip-like motion, such as forward and back or side-to-side. Although symptoms can vary depending on the person… Read More
Construction sites can be hectic environments. The many contractors and other parties often involved in bringing a project to completion can create hazards at every corner.
Because of this, if you are injured while working on a construction site, it… Read More
Auto insurance is required in New Jersey. State law also requires that every insurance policy contain personal injury protection (PIP) benefits.
Also known as no-fault insurance coverage, PIP pays benefits to those injured in an accident no matter who… Read More
A class action lawsuit is a claim that is brought in state or federal court on behalf of a group of individuals who have suffered the same or similar injuries from the same product or action. This group, also known as the class, is usually represented… Read More
An overwhelming 90 percent of U.S. drivers admit to using smartphones behind the wheel, despite laws banning the practice in many states.
A new study by Zendrive found that drivers spend 3.5 minutes of every hour using a cellphone. This is especially… Read More
Because riding a motorcycle is significantly more dangerous than riding in a traditional vehicle, there are several rules and laws governing who can ride a motorcycle and how to safely operate a bike.
Our New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyers recommend… Read More