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Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents: Top 5 Tips

According to the National Safety Council, 4,976 motorcycle drivers and passengers died in crashes in 2015 alone.  Additionally, over 88,000 people suffered nonfatal injuries attributable to motorcycle crashes.  Not all motorcycle accidents can be prevented.  However, there are steps motorcyclists can take to reduce the possibility of being a statistic.  Below find the top five tips that can reduce your chances of being in a motorcycle accident. Read More

What Really Happens During a Personal Injury Claim Negotiation?

Ever Wonder what Happens During a Personal Injury Claim Negotiation? 

One of the more mysterious processes in a personal injury claim is the negotiation that takes place when a settlement offer is on the table.

If the negotiations go well, you will typically get close to the amount that you want, but if the negotiations are not conducted with expertise, you may have to accept a lower amount or proceed to trial. Read More

The Simple Guide To Understanding Workers’ Compensation Lawsuits

How Workers’ Compensation Lawsuits Work 

Workers’ compensation is designed to provide you with reasonable and prompt medical care and reasonable income if you cannot work after you suffer an injury at the workplace.  In New Jersey, If your injuries from a work-related incident are permanent, you may be entitled to additional compensation for the permanency component. Read More

What You Need To Know to Protect your Family in an Uninsured and Underinsured Personal Injury Car Accident Claim

The Ultimate Guide To Uninsured and Underinsured Personal injury Accident Claims

When you’re driving on the road, you tend to assume that other drivers have complied with the law and are carrying insurance.

But what happens when you suffer a personal injury caused by a motorist who doesn’t have car insurance, or whose insurance is not sufficient to pay for you the damages you are legally entitled to recover? Read More

Workers’ Compensation and Common Workplace Safety Hazards

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) identifies several different workplace hazards, which are major causes of illness and injury. Employers have an obligation to understand and identify hazards. They must also take steps to reduce or minimize these hazards to keep their workers safe. When workers are injured due to hazards, they may be entitled to workers’ compensation. Read More

What To Know About Teen Drivers and Personal Injury In New Jersey

Teen drivers are among the groups with the highest likelihood of being involved in a car accident that leads to a personal injury claim.

In fact, the risk of motor vehicle crashes is higher among 16-19-year-olds than among any other age group.

And the accident risk is even higher among teens who have only had their driver’s licenses for a few months. Read More

How To Prevent Motorcycle Accidents In New Jersey At Night

Riding a motorcycle is fraught with challenges, and that is even truer when motorcyclists are riding at night.

Factors such as visibility that can affect the likelihood of a wreck become even more significant when motorcycle riders operate on the road in the darkness, and without practicing some important safe-riding habits, motorcycle accidents are inevitable. Read More

Truck Accidents and Evidence: What Do You Need To Win In Court?

After a commercial truck driver hits your vehicle, the carrier’s insurance company will do anything and everything to deny liability and to limit any settlement offer that you receive.

That is why the fate of many truck accident cases rests on the quality of the evidence that claimants can present at a pre-trial negotiation or during an actual trial. Read More

The Hidden Dangers of GPS and Car Accidents

Talking on mobile phones. Using a tablet. Eating food. Chatting with a passenger.

What do all these things have in common?

They are all prime examples of the kind of distracted driving behavior that has factored into thousand of car accidents in the past few years.

In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that distracted driving directly caused 10 percent of the fatal traffic accidents in 2015. Read More

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