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Tort in New Jersey

A tort is an injury that has legal consequences and is more commonly referred to as personal injury. Tort law in New Jersey and elsewhere provides legal remedies for people who have been injured or harmed physically, emotionally or financially. It also defines the type of injury a person suffered and the circumstances by which another party may be held legally responsible and liable to t…

Truck Accidents in New Jersey

New Jersey is known for its iconic turnpike as well as being a major conduit for trucks delivering goods including hazardous materials to New York and throughout other major destinations in the Northeast. With thousands of trucks traveling our highways each year, there are inevitable accidents and tragedies.

There are over 130,000 people injured in truck accidents each year with nearly 90…

Wrongful Death in New Jersey

A wrongful death is a claim made by the survivors of an individual whose death was caused by the negligent, careless, reckless or intentional conduct of another person or entity who owed a duty of reasonable care toward the decedent.

Any type of accident or tort can cause a fatality. Some of the accidents that can lead to a wrongful death include:

Prolonged exposure over many…

Pedestrian Accidents

New Jersey is considered one of the most urban states in the nation, second only to Washington D.C. in urban land area. This means that the majority of New Jersey residents have the benefits of urban living as well as the risks.

These risks include trying to cross a city or town street. Despite clearly marked crossings, stop signs, traffic signals and other devices, pedestrian accidents mak…

Slip And Fall Accidents

In New Jersey, when you are visiting a department store, restaurant, museum or other places open and accessible to the public, you have a right to be free from hazardous conditions or to be warned about the presence of such conditions.

Slip and fall accidents come under premises liability law and principles. The law imposes a duty on business owners to regularly inspect their property for…

Arbitration in New Jersey

Arbitration is part of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). It is often a faster and less costly alternative to a trial. With regard to Arbitration in New Jersey, the courts have instituted a mandatory arbitration system for certain kinds of cases including all personal injury actions except for professional malpractice and products liability cases.

The cases that are exempt from mandatory…

New Jersey Auto/Car Accident & Injury Lawyers

Do you need an accident attorney?
Automobile Accidents can have a devastating impact on your life, through personal injury, loss of earnings, or even the loss of a loved one. And unfortunately automobile accidents are becoming increasingly common as our roads become more congested and lifestyles increasingly stressful.

If you have been the victim or know someone who is the victim of an…

New Jersey Dog Bite Law And Animal Attack Cases

ogs bite or attack people about 4.7 million times per year, accounting for nearly 900,000 instances where people seek some kind of medical attention. Nearly half of those bitten or attacked are children under the age of 10.

Although there are other animal attacks such as from birds, snakes and others, the vast majority are from dogs. These attacks can cause scarring or disfigurement as w…

Medical Malpractice In New Jersey

Thousands of people are harmed in some manner each year through medical malpractice in New Jersey hospitals, surgery rooms, emergency rooms and physicians’ offices by medical negligence or malpractice that is committed by physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and medical facilities.
What is Medical Malpractice?
Essentially, medical malpractice is substandard care that caused injury or deat…

Construction Accident Law in New Jersey

The most dangerous jobs in America are not the ones you may only see on a television program but are visible every day in large cities and small towns. Construction work, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, has the highest number of fatalities and work-related injuries than any other industry.

Construction work has always been hazardous. This should not be surprising since most…

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