Some jobs involve driving, such as delivering packages or driving a commercial vehicle. Some employers give employees cars to drive for business and personal use.
Despite your best efforts to avoid an accident, it may still happen. If it does, you may… Read More
In New Jersey, every driver is required to have Personal Injury Protection (PIP) as part of his or her insurance coverage. Injuries from a serious car crash can be very expensive to treat, which means your PIP benefits could be exhausted quickly, particularly… Read More
New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system provides benefits to employees who suffer injuries while doing their jobs. Most workers’ comp claims involve injuries that occurred while employees were at their employer’s main location or worksite.
However,… Read More
WHAT DOES ‘NO UPFRONT FEES’ REALLY MEAN?
At Lynch Law Firm, there are no upfront fees for us to review your claim, there are no upfront fees while we build your case and there are no upfront fees while we work on your case.
If we obtain a settlement… Read More
Insurance companies are for-profit businesses. That means they want more money coming in than going out. One of the best ways to do that is by denying as many claims as possible, or at the very least devaluing them and paying out the smallest amount of… Read More
During the coldest months of the year, New Jersey may experience some below-freezing temperatures that bring snow and ice to the roadways.
Nearly 2,000 people die every year because of accidents on icy or snowy roads and more than 135,000 are injured.… Read More
Many insurance companies offer customers discounted rates in exchange for installing tracking devices in their cars to monitor driving habits. Often, drivers must meet certain criteria to secure discounts, such as limiting driving to a certain number… Read More
No one ever wants to hit an animal with their car. Unfortunately, sometimes it is unavoidable, especially at night or when deer or other animals run out in front of your car with little warning.
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there… Read More
Americans love their pets. According to a recent survey taken by the American Pet Products Association, 67 percent of U.S. households own at least one pet. That number is up 58 percent since Americans were first asked about their household pets in 1988.
We… Read More
U.S. law enforcement agencies engage in tens of thousands of vehicle pursuits each year – a Department of Justice study found state and local law enforcement did 68,000 pursuits in 2012 alone. These are incredibly dangerous - between 1996 and 2015, an… Read More