Categories for Premises Liability

Liability in NJ Dog Bite Cases

October 1, 2019
Liability in NJ Dog Bite Cases

Animal Bite Injury Attorneys Serving Clients in Long Branch, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake, Tinton Falls, and across Monmouth County If you have been bitten by a dog and received injuries you may be wondering who is at fault and if you can recover compensation for your pain and suffering as well as medical bills. It is […]

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Valuing Personal Injury Lawsuits Monmouth County NJ

August 23, 2019
Valuing Personal Injury Lawsuits Monmouth County NJ

Accidents happen. In the case that the accident causes injury, a victim deserves the right to rest with complete focus on healing, and not be concerned with the finances of the accident or recovery. A personal injury lawsuit can support the victim of an accident in just this way. Call our office today to schedule […]

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Future Losses Explained

September 3, 2018
Future Losses Explained

In personal injury cases such as car accidents, premises liability, product liability, construction accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and slip and falls, one very important concept is that of “future losses”. If your injury has a lasting impact on your life, such that it impacts your ability to work and enjoy life the same way […]

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First Conversation with a Monmouth County Personal Injury Attorney

August 30, 2018
First Conversation with a Monmouth County Personal Injury Attorney

Speaking with a Monmouth County Personal Injury Lawyer Understand the basics and get started Being injured in a serious accident is a traumatic life experience. At the West Long Branch law offices of Chamlin, Rosen, Uliano & Witherington, we hope to alleviate some of the stress involved with the experience by informing our clients as […]

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Punitive Damages in Monmouth County Personal Injury Cases

August 6, 2018
Punitive Damages in Monmouth County Personal Injury Cases

Financial compensation within personal injury cases can vary dramatically based on the nature of your case, how your were injured, and much more. The types of damages available may be considered either compensatory (financial compensation for financial loss) or non-compensatory (financial compensation for non-quantifiable suffering). Compensatory damages may cover medical bills and lost wages while non-compensatory damages may […]

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Monmouth County, NJ Personal Injury Depositions

June 11, 2018
Monmouth County, NJ Personal Injury Depositions

Most personal injury cases result in a settlement outside of the courtroom. This is due to a litany of reasons including both parties wanting to avoid the costs of litigation, the extended timelines, and the risks involved in a court trial. However, even personal injury cases which never are heard by a judge are still serious legal […]

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Expert Witnesses Used in Monmouth County, NJ Personal Injury Cases

May 29, 2018
Expert Witnesses Used in Monmouth County, NJ Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury claims are not nearly as dramatic as courtroom dramas we see on TV, films, or in John Grisham novels. However, many of the same concepts do translate into real life legal practice. One of those concepts is the usage of expert witnesses. Experts within personal injury cases are primarily used to give sworn testimony as […]

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Severe Injuries Demand Higher Personal Injury Compensation

May 21, 2018
Severe Injuries Demand Higher Personal Injury Compensation

No two injuries are exactly alike. This may seem obvious, but the nature and severity of your injuries can have a material impact on the compensation to which you may be entitled through a personal injury claim. Victims of car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, defective product accidents, and any other type of accident may need to […]

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What is Social Host Liability in New Jersey?

April 13, 2018
What is Social Host Liability in New Jersey?

Dram shop statutes in New Jersey are civil laws which may entitle victims of alcohol related accidents to financial compensation for their injuries. While this is commonly associated with businesses or vendors irresponsibly serving alcohol to patrons, dram shop laws also apply to social hosts. It is important to note that within the context of a drunk […]

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