How Do I Pay for Medical Treatment During my Personal Injury Claim?

It could take months to secure compensation for the cost of treating your accident-related injuries. However, doctor’s offices and other medical providers are still going to want payment soon after their services are provided. What do you do about these… Read More

Do I Have a Case if I Only Have Minor Injuries?

Sometimes, car accidents result in minor injuries that may not seem significant enough to warrant filing a claim. But no matter how small an injury appears, it could be worse than you think, particularly if the injury aggravated an existing medical condition. That… Read More

Who is Liable for an Accident Caused by Low Visibility While it is Snowing?

When an accident occurs due to poor visibility caused by snow and other winter weather, there are a few factors that need to be looked at to determine liability. If you were injured in an accident caused by another driver who was negligent while driving… Read More

Who May Be Liable for an Accident Due to a Blind Spot?

Blind spot accidents happen frequently and may sometimes result in death or serious injuries. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about 300 of the 800,000 blind spot accidents that occur every year end in a fatality. That… Read More

Who is Liable for an Accident Caused by an Autonomous Vehicle?

Self-driving cars were once a trope in science fiction movies and novels. However, fully autonomous vehicles may be much closer than you think. Even though there are no fully autonomous vehicles readily available for consumer use today, modern technology… Read More

How Can Surgery for my Injuries Increase my Settlement Offer?

When a serious accident happens, victims may need surgery to repair broken bones, damaged ligaments, brain injuries or internal organ damage. While surgery may not completely fix the problem, it may be necessary to stabilize an injury so other treatments… Read More

What is a Lien and How Can it Affect my Personal Injury Settlement?

Injuries after an accident should always be treated by a medical professional whether you have the means to pay for the services or not. However, the physician who provides the service is entitled to be paid. But it is not just medical providers who may… Read More

Who is Liable for an Accident Caused by a Teen Driver?

About every 10 minutes, a teenage driver is involved in a crash in New Jersey, according to the New Jersey Highway Safety Administration. Even though teens only account for six percent of licensed drivers in the state, they are involved in about 13 percent… Read More

Filing a Lawsuit Against a Deceased Defendant

If you were hurt in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you have the right to take legal action against that person. But what happens if the person dies? Car accident claims involve insurance companies, so you may not have to deal with the… Read More

What You Should Do if You Are Involved in an Out-of-State Accident

During the winter months, New Jersey residents may be craving the feel of warm sunshine in another state. It is not uncommon for families to jump in the car and take a road trip in search of a warmer climate with a plan for a beach day or two.  But no… Read More

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