If you have recently been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence in New Jersey, you may have questions about how your lawyer will prepare the most comprehensive strategy in your defense. One of those strategies that your New jersey personal injury lawyer may suggest is hiring an expert witness.
1. We are Always “Preparing for Trial”
Personal injury cases can take a long time to resolve. In some cases, a negotiated resolution simply isn’t possible. In those cases, the attorneys at Rosner Law Offices are prepared to litigate. While some law firms don’t prep their cases for trial unless or until it is obvious a settlement is not possible, at Rosner Law Offices, P.C., we believe in preparing our cases for trial from the get go. When a lawyer takes a case with an eye towards trial, they are constantly evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of their case. This allows the lawyer to accurately evaluate the reasonableness of any proposed settlement offers.
No one enjoys their commute to work unless it takes you from the bedroom to the home office. Sitting in traffic is a national pastime and part of the job for millions of workers in New Jersey everyday. The commute in the morning can be extremely dangerous and many drivers might overlook this because now the sun is out earlier with the time change. But, there are dangers lurking everywhere during the morning commute and we will discuss them in today’s post.
With more than 272 million cars on the road at any moment, getting into a crash is inevitable. Sometimes, an accident will involve multiple vehicles, resulting in serious and catastrophic injuries. The injuries from a multi-vehicle car accident are often painful and force everyone involved to alter their standard of living.
Big trucks aren’t just like other vehicles on the road. Unlike car drivers, truck drivers are professionals, trained specifically in the art of driving a big rig. To avoid truck accidents, truckers receive special training authorized by the United States Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Truckers want you to know these common training tips, to help avoid truck accidents.
As a passenger in a car accident, there is often uncertainty surrounding insurance. For example, will the other driver’s insurance compensate you for your injuries? Should you be collecting money from your own insurance policy? These are common questions that many people have after being a passenger in a car crash.
Driving at night poses challenges that are not present during the day. For example, drivers may succumb to the effects of fatigue, resulting in serious a serious car accident with resulting injuries. Drivers and passengers often neglect basic safety tips when driving at night. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), seatbelts are not used in 64% of night-time crashes. Observing basic safety standards and following these tips for safe driving at night can help you avoid collisions.
Regardless of if you live in a location where ice is common, or planning on visiting a winter paradise, you have to use caution. The fact is, slipping and falling on ice can result in serious injuries. In some cases, if a property owner where the accident occurred was negligent in keeping safe and clear walking paths, then you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit. Understanding what to do next is essential and more information on slip and fall accidents due to ice can be found here.
Christmas is a time for family and joy. The reaction on your little one’s face when he or she sees the presents wrapped nicely under the tree and opens a new toy delivered straight from Santa makes it all worthwhile.
Too often, though, young children are injured by defective and harmful toys, turning a wonderful holiday celebration into a nightmare. As a parent, what can you do if your child was injured by a toy you bought for Christmas? Under New Jersey’s product liability laws, you can file a lawsuit against the manufacturer seeking damages related to your child’s injury.
Protect Yourself and Your Guests When Hosting a Holiday Party
Hosting a party this holiday season? Before stamping that last invitation, learn how you can protect yourself and your guests. The legal principles at work here are called premises and social host liability. Here are tips and suggestions for preventing injuries and protecting your interests before guests arrive:
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