Personal Injury and Trial Lawyers in New Jersey
Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas & Woodruff
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076
Law Firm Overview
Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas & Woodruff is a law firm serving New Jersey since 1984. From our offices in Scotch Plains and Florham Park, our attorneys have helped countless people throughout the state successfully take on legal challenges involving personal injury, workers' compensation and criminal defense.
At our firm, we believe that it is every person's right to seek out a lawyer they can trust, a lawyer with experience, a lawyer who will fight to get positive results. We believe that people will find that lawyer at our law firm.
If you are facing a legal challenge, you can turn to us for help. We will work collaboratively to prepare your case to achieve the best possible outcome. The attorneys at our firm are dedicated to helping people through trying times. Our criminal defense trial lawyers have the benefit of prosecutorial experience to aid in preparing your best defense.
We have stood in the opposition's shoes. We know how to overcome their tactics. Our personal injury and workers' compensation attorneys have achieved significant success. Through skillful negotiation, we will strive to achieve a fair settlement. If trial is necessary, we will be ready.
Areas of Law
Articles Published by Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas & Woodruff
Injured workers may not choose their own doctor so long as the Workers Compensation insurance company is providing treatment through one of its authorized physicians.Read Article
When selecting a New Jersey personal injury lawyer, it is important to have a lawyer who is responsive to you.Read Article
An injured worker who is not receiving authorized medical care from his employer, either because the employer has not provided it or the employee has not requested it, will have difficulties receiving proper medical care.Read Article
In 2008, New Jersey's intermediate appeals court, the Appellate Division of the Superior Court, determined when a criminal defendant can receive a reduced sentence for a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) conviction.Read Article
Accidents in roller skating rinks can cause serious personal injuries. Under New Jersey state law, roller skaters and other patrons injured at roller skating rinks may be able to sue the owner or operator of the rink and be compensated for the injuries they sustained.Read Article
New Jersey's Ski Slope Statute was enacted to define the respective responsibilities of ski area operators and skiers, while taking into consideration that the sport of skiing and related activities involve certain risks that are impractical or impossible to eliminate. See New Jersey's Ski Slope Statute, N.J.S.A. § 5:13-1 et seq.Read Article
Personal injury cases arising from cruiseline accidents present several problems for plaintiffs' attorneys. First and foremost, lawsuits resulting from such accidents are normally governed by the cruise ticket, rather than general tort principles embodied in state case law or state statutes.Read Article
A bill pending in the New Jersey legislature — known as the New Jersey Compassionate Medical Marijuana Act — is gaining increasing support from a group of respected members of the health care system. The New Jersey Nurses Association, the Academy of Family Physicians and the Hospice and Palliative Care associations are just a few of the professional groups offering support for the passage of the New Jersey Compassionate Medical Marijuana Act.Read Article
Although the penalties for shoplifting vary from state to state, New Jersey's statutes add an interesting wrinkle. Not only do convicted shoplifters face the possibility of community service, fines and jail time, New Jersey store owners have the right to recover all monetary losses due to shoplifting — including court costs. That's right: convicted shoplifters in New Jersey will not only pay for the crime, they'll even pay for their conviction.Read Article
In 1991, in response to a growing number of domestic violence cases the New Jersey legislative enacted The Prevention of Violence Act. Through the Act, the state sought to protect its most vulnerable citizens, including women, the elderly and the disabled.Read Article
Motorists charged with DUI (driving under the influence) or a DWI (driving while intoxicated) should understand that a Breathalyzer — a breath-alcohol chemical test — is one of several pieces of evidence that can be used in a court of law. Passing a Breathalyzer does not guarantee acquittal, nor does failing such a test guarantee conviction.Read Article