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What Information Can I Share with My Family regarding my Personal Injury Claim?

June 30, 2019
What Information Can I Share with My Family regarding my Personal Injury Claim?

When an individual is injured in an accident due to the recklessness or negligence of another party, they may choose to file a personal injury claim to recover damages. This is generally a difficult time in that individual’s life as they may be racking up medical bills, be out of work, and potentially suffering through a painful […]

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Understanding NJ Car Insurance Policies and Injury Compensation Recovery

June 14, 2019
Understanding NJ Car Insurance Policies and Injury Compensation Recovery

Each state in the United States is given the discretion to choose what types of insurance policies are made available for drivers of all kinds of vehicles. In New Jersey, state policies are such that insurance companies offer drivers two important types of car accident injury coverage: “limited right to sue” and “unlimited right to […]

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The Differences Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

May 14, 2019
The Differences Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

There are two different ways for an individual who is injured to recover compensation for their expenses, and potentially punitive damages as well; personal injury claims and workers’ compensation claims. There are a number of differences between the two, and when an injured individual may qualify for one or the other. The simplest way to […]

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Drug Possession Charges When You Would Least Expect

May 12, 2019
Drug Possession Charges When You Would Least Expect

Drug Possession Attorneys Providing Representation in Asbury Park, Belmar, Colts Neck, Middletown, Eatontown, Freehold, Hazlet, Holmdel, Howell, Lake Como and across Monmouth County Area Sadly, possession of drugs or other illegal items is a common criminal charge in Monmouth County and across New Jersey. This charge may be either a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on […]

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What is Pain and Suffering in a Personal Injury Case?

May 5, 2019
What is Pain and Suffering in a Personal Injury Case?

Personal Injury Lawyers who understand your pain and suffering cases in Long Branch, Freehold, Wall, Red Bank and across the Monmouth County area While the main goal of any Monmouth County personal injury suit is to recover compensation for medical expenses and lost wages, often the greatest portion of recoveries comes from what is known […]

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Personal Injury Settlements

April 28, 2019
Personal Injury Settlements

Even though television shows and movies love to portray personal injury claims through dramatic courtroom battles, this portrayal is actually fairly misleading. This is due to the fact that almost 97% of all personal injury claims are resolved through settlements, rather than jury verdicts. Resolving a personal injury claim for injuries from a car accident, […]

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Motorcycle Injuries and Your Motorcycle Insurance Policy

April 14, 2019
Motorcycle Injuries and Your Motorcycle Insurance Policy

In the United States, each state is given the power to choose what kinds of insurance policies will be available for motorists of all kinds, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and recreational vehicles such as boats or jetskis. New Jersey has chosen to employ a “no-fault” insurance policy, meaning anyone involved in a car accident or […]

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Truck Accident Injuries and the Debate for Increased Safety

March 28, 2019
Truck Accident Injuries and the Debate for Increased Safety

One of the most potentially dangerous aspects of driving on any Monmouth County highway or road is that of the presence of large commercial trucks. Heavy, fast-moving objects like trucks and tractor-trailers present an obvious danger to motorists and pedestrians alike, and while some progress has been made towards preventing truck accident injuries and wrongful […]

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Smartphones; a Double-Edged Sword in Personal Injury Claims

March 14, 2019
Smartphones; a Double-Edged Sword in Personal Injury Claims

In a survey released in January 2017, the Pew Research Center found that 95% of all Americans own a cellphone of some kind with 77% of those phones being smartphones, up from 35% only six years ago! This rapidly increasing usage and prevalence of smartphones has affected how we live our lives in countless ways, […]

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Can I Sue a Drunk Driver Who Injured Me?

February 26, 2019
Can I Sue a Drunk Driver Who Injured Me?

According to New Jersey law, a blood alcohol concentration of above 0.08 is considered to be driving under influence (DUI). Driving under the influence conviction is considered to be a traffic offense and not a criminal offense, but nevertheless carries steep penalties, especially for repeat offenses. If however, a drunk driver injures another person, both […]

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