New Jersey safety reminders to prevent pedestrian accidents
New Jersey officials do their best to make sure that residents can safely walk on streets without fear of being struck by motorists. Pedestrian accidents can cause serious injuries and death. On April 10, 2010, the state passed Assembly Bill 1329, which outlines the responsibilities and consequences ...read more
Making sure NJ premises liability victims get what they deserve
New Jersey property owners are responsible for the safety of those who go enter their property, whether it is a residence or an establishment. While that may seem like a suggestion, it is actually a legal obligation for property owners. If a person is injured within their ...read more
Could drug use be a factor in a fatal truck accident?
Truck accidents, as New Jersey residents are aware, often result in serious injuries and deaths. A truck accident that happened in Oklahoma but caught the attention of people across the United States several weeks ago was no exception. However, the fatal accident’s investigation took a turn ...read more
What can NJ residents do after being injured in a car accident?
Some New Jersey residents may think that the police can sort things out after a car accident. Although New Jersey’s police officers are more than able to handle such situations, they usually handle only a few aspects of a car accident, such as keeping order at the ...read more
Fighting for the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve
New Jersey workers often give the proverbial blood, sweat and tears every time they go to work. However, the proverbial becomes literal when workers are injured or suffer occupational diseases. Unfortunately, instead of immediately receiving workers’ compensation benefits to help with medical costs, lost wages and other ...read more