Categories for Product Liability

What to do when your child is injured?

May 18, 2020
What to do when your child is injured?

Child Injury Attorneys Supporting Parents and Families throughout Monmouth and Ocean County NJ Most parents would do anything for their children. As every parent knows, they do everything from providing complete love and support, to providing necessities such as food, clothing, and medical care. In addition to providing these needs, parents are also responsible for […]

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What is the Statute of Limitations on my Case?

February 27, 2020
What is the Statute of Limitations on my Case?

Personal Injury Attorneys educating clients in West Long Branch, Red Bank, Colts Neck, Asbury Park, and across Monmouth County. Honored as the receipt of the 2017 Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association, and one of our partners since 2016, James J Uliano, in the following video, provides important […]

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What Does It Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

February 9, 2020
What Does It Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys serving clients in West Long Branch, Red Bank, Colts Neck, Asbury Park and across Monmouth County. As a partner in the law firm at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh since 2016, James J. Uliano practices in the Litigation Department handling Criminal Law matters in Municipal Court as well as Superior Court. Mr. Uliano […]

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How Personal Injury Settlements are Computed

December 9, 2019
How Personal Injury Settlements are Computed

Personal Injury Attorneys serving clients in West Long Branch, Red Bank, Colts Neck, Asbury Park and across Monmouth County. In personal injury settlements or suits, there is no set formula to predict a potential financial award.  The court, insurance companies, and lawyers take many different factors into account when seeking, settling, or awarding damages.  Awards […]

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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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What You Need to Know About Product Liability

September 10, 2018
What You Need to Know About Product Liability

Our society is becoming increasingly reliant on manufactured goods and products. As we do so, it is important that we take the precautions necessary to stay safe while using these products, and understand our legal rights when a product causes injury. If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective, dangerous, or […]

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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, Uliano & Walsh, we hope to alleviate some of the stress involved with the experience by informing our clients as to […]

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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 you 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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