New Jersey Personal Injury Blog
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or “OSHA” is tasked with assuring safe and healthy working conditions for Americans by setting and enforcing standards for safety in the workplace. In addition, OSHA provides training, outreach, education and assistance to employers to help them maintain a safe working environment.
An overdose occurs whenever an individual ingests more of a substance than their body can handle. Overdoses are extremely dangerous and can even be fatal in some situations. It’s important to know however, that overdoses are also completely preventable.
For most people, the legal system can be both complex and intimidating. Yet, to adequately protect yourself in today’s world, it is essential to have at least a basic understanding of how the courts work.
When someone slips and falls on the public sidewalk in New Jersey or Philadelphia, the first question they need to ask is, “who is the liable party?”
If you have incurred damages because of someone’s negligence or misconduct, you should be determined to obtain fair compensation for it. In order to obtain financial reimbursement from the responsible party, you will have to file a claim with their insurer.
Any car accident is a traumatic event. Even fender benders involve a lot of force — to say nothing of the financial and emotional stakes they often have.
A claims adjuster, or an insurance adjuster, is the individual hired by an insurance company to investigate your claim and decide how much the insurance company should pay on the claim.
Car accidents are an all too frequent occurrence in the state of New Jersey with 2020 seeing a five percent increase in traffic fatalities, despite a drop in traffic due to restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic.