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  • Slip & Fall Back Injuries and Personal Injury Claims

    Slipping, tripping, and falling can lead to severe back injuries. This is especially true in the elderly, or people with preexisting conditions.

  • Dunkin’ Donuts Sip and Fall Settlement

    According to a lawsuit filed in Middlesex County Superior Court, a woman who purchased multiple coffees at Dunkin’ Donuts in Highland Park, New Jersey, sustained slip and fall injuries after she tripped over an exposed spike in the parking lot of the establishment.

  • Three Things You Should Never Tell Your Insurance Company

    Your insurance agent may be a friendly individual and perhaps even someone with whom you socialize on occasion. But no matter how friendly or sociable your agent is, the insurance company he or she represents can be your worst enemy following a personal injury or automobile accident. Despite popular slogans and advertisements, insurance companies will routinely attempt to settle a claim for as little money as possible. After all, it is the way they make money.

  • Sidewalk Liability is Property Owner's Responsibility

    The New Jersey Supreme Court recently ruled that a condominium homeowners’ association should be held liable for injuries sustained by an individual after slipping on a sidewalk where ice had not been cleared.

  • 4 Tactics to a Better Premises Liability Case

    You have to deal with the insurance company in every premises liability case. For that reason, there are several things to bear in mind. Insurance companies will use various tactics in the hope of convincing you that your claim is not that serious.

  • Loss of Income or Lost Earning Capacity? Know the Difference

    When people imagine car accidents, they think of the physical pain that the victim suffers, or the trauma of the accident itself. What people don’t realize is that car accidents can cost a lot of money.

  • What if you Get in a Crash while on Vacation?

    Summer travel is one of our country's favorite activities. With nearly 60% of Americans planning to travel more than 100 miles from home, it's no surprise that once in a while, we'll get a call. Accidents happen. Even on vacation.

  • Car Hit on Private Property, Who is Liable?

    When accidents occur on the road, we all know that the first thing you do is call the police to report the accident, exchange insurance information, and document the scene. But, what do you do when an accident occurs on private property? Who is liable, especially if the other driver leaves the scene?

  • Photographing the Scene of Your Accident

    Photographic evidence a powerful form of evidence in any type of accident. Photos can convey pertinent information, while also providing jurors with physical, tangible evidence they can hold and view while listening to testimony or deliberating. While pictures to do not replace written reports or other testimony, they provide useful evidence to help further explain the accident and who may have caused it. As such, if involved in an accident, it is important to document it with numerous photos.

  • Pointers on Taking Accident Scene Pictures

    If you are involved in an accident, being able to take pictures of the scene can make the difference between winning or losing your case. Photographs can help provide a more objective perspective to the case, whether the accident is a motor vehicle accident, a slip and fall injury or another type of injury.

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