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How Long Do I Have to Sue After a Car Accident in NJ

According to state law, if you are involved in a car accident in New Jersey, you have just two years to file a lawsuit.

What is the Average Car Accident Settlement in NJ

Following a New Jersey car crash, injured victims may have a right to sue negligent parties responsible for the accident and recover damages. While taking a car accident to trial, where a jury renders a final verdict, most cases never get that far, and the parties settle before making it to the courtroom.

The Seven Most Famous Celebrity Car Accident Lawsuits

As much as we rely on our cars to get us from one place to another, it’s no secret that accidents can and do happen. Unfortunately, some of these accidents can result in serious injury, property damage, and even fatalities.

When is a Car Considered Totaled in New Jersey?

Car accidents can be a traumatic experience for anyone involved, and the aftermath can be overwhelming. One of the most pressing concerns following an accident is whether your car is considered totaled.

Best Treatment for Opioid Addiction from Medical Malpractice

For anyone whose doctor may have overprescribed opioids, causing them to develop an opioid addiction, getting treatment to overcome that addiction should be priority number one. However, it is important to note that you may be eligible to file a medical malpractice claim in New Jersey if your doctor got you hooked on opioids.

Is Ulnar Nerve Entrapment A Work-Related Injury?

Is Ulnar Nerve Entrapment A Work-Related Injury?

Although carpal tunnel syndrome might be the most common and recognized repetitive stress injury facing Pennsylvania workers, ulnar nerve entrapment, commonly known as cubital tunnel syndrome, is another type of work-related injury that workers often face.

Six Things to Do Following a Car Accident in New Jersey

As Seen In:GET A FREE CONSULTATION PRACTICE AREAS RECENT RESULTS The moments following a New Jersey car accident can be crucial for accident victims, especially if another party is at fault and must be held responsible. Unfortunately, those moments can also be the...

What Are The 5 Most Frequent OSHA Violations?

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.

Opioid Overdose Signs and Symptoms

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.

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