Proving Invisible Injuries in Car Accidents

Jan 23, 2023 | Auto Accidents

Many injuries caused by car accidents are immediately obvious, such as broken bones and lacerations. Some, however, are more difficult to recognize. So-called “invisible injuries” may not be physically visible or appear in medical scans,...

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What are the Statute of Limitations on a Personal Injury Case in New Jersey?

Dec 21, 2022 | Uncategorized

It is important to realize that in New Jersey, several laws impose time limits on your ability to file a claim after a car accident. If you suffered serious injuries or property damage and are...

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Understanding New Jersey No-Fault Laws

Nov 30, 2022 | Auto Accidents

If you get involved in an automobile accident in New Jersey, you will need to navigate the state’s no-fault laws. New Jersey is one of only 12 no-fault car insurance states. To make things more...

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Am I Legally Required to Wear a Motorcycle Helmet in New Jersey?

Oct 31, 2022 | Auto Accidents

Yes, and, in New Jersey, this law is clear for both motorcycle riders and their passengers. The helmets must certified by the DOT at the Federal level and must meet certain design standards. For those...

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Who is Liable for a Slip-and-Fall Accident at a Public Pool in New Jersey?

Sep 30, 2022 | Personal Injury

In New Jersey, swimming pools owned by municipalities, community associations or private clubs are covered by the State’s Bathing Code and rules at the Federal level. These laws and rules are in place to provide...

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