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Who Pays for Repairs After a Home Inspection?

August 22, 2020
Who Pays for Repairs After a Home Inspection?

Monmouth County Real Estate Attorney: Who Pays for Repairs After a Home Inspection? Our partner, Andrew T. Walsh, joined the Law Firm of Chamlin Uliano & Walsh in 2002. Mr. Walsh has extensive experience in several areas of law, including Real Estate, Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Criminal Law, and Municipal Court. He is known for […]

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What Happens if there is a problem with a property title?

August 13, 2020

What Happens if there is a problem with a property title? Our partner, Andrew T. Walsh, Esq. with more than 20 years of experience in the law field, shares some of the issues that must be taken care of when purchasing a property that, if they are well addresses, will avoid problems after making the […]

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As a first time buyer, what do I need to know?

August 3, 2020
As a first time buyer, what do I need to know?

As a first time buyer, what do I need to know? Our attorney Andrew T. Walsh joined the Law Firm of Chamlin Uliano & Walsh in 2002. As a Partner, Mr. Walsh has extensive experience in several areas of law, including Real Estate, Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Workers’ Compensation, and Municipal Court. In the following […]

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Top 3 Reasons You Should Seek Medical Attention after a NJ Car Accident

July 29, 2020
Top 3 Reasons You Should Seek Medical Attention after a NJ Car Accident

If you or a loved one were seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident due to someone’s fault or negligence, you might be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses. Although New Jersey traffic-related injury accidents and fatality statistics have gone down slightly for 2020 compared to the previous year, many attribute the slight decrease […]

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Are Police Reports Necessary if Filing an Injury Claim?

July 18, 2020
Are Police Reports Necessary if Filing an Injury Claim?

Unfortunately, car accidents are prevalent, but the repercussions and potential long-term injuries that may result from a crash should never be taken lightly. No matter how minor or serious your car accident is, you want to contact the police to investigate and make a police report. Future hospital bills, tests, x-rays, medications, and physical therapy […]

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Can I File a Lawsuit in NJ if I Am Partially Responsible for the Injury?

July 8, 2020
Personal Injury Law: Can I File a Lawsuit if I Am Partially Responsible for the Injury?

When someone is injured in an accident in New Jersey, they have the right to seek compensation. Call our West Long Branch Law Office today and protect your future. Accidents happen, and bodies are fragile. When someone is injured in an accident in New Jersey, and another party caused the accident, they have the right […]

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The Dangers of Letting Others Drive Your Car in New Jersey

June 29, 2020
The Dangers of Letting Others Drive Your Car in New Jersey

Read on to learn more about why it’s perhaps unwise to lend your car to anyone who is not on your auto insurance policy. Auto accidents are at worst a life-threatening experience and at worst a drag. The physical, emotional, and financial upheaval that they cause, whether you are responsible for the accident or the […]

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Curbside Document Signings at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh

June 16, 2020
Curbside Document Signings at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh

We strive to deliver the highest level of service, support, and legal guidance in every case we handle, while maintaining a safe environment for our staff and our clients. One of the many ways our Law Firm has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic is by providing curbside document signing. We are proud to offer this […]

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Is there such a thing as ‘full coverage’ auto insurance in New Jersey?

June 12, 2020
Is there such a thing as ‘full coverage’ auto insurance in New Jersey?

Car accidents are a dangerous normalcy in New Jersey. Given the increase in technology use behind the wheel, accidents are on the rise. The New Jersey Department of Transportation reported that, in 2017, there were more than 270,000 car accidents in New Jersey alone. Yet in the case of an accident, how is fault determined, […]

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Do’s and Dont’s in the immediate aftermath of a car accident

June 5, 2020
What to do - and what not to do - in the immediate aftermath of a car accident

Learn about the mistakes drivers often make following an accident that can wreak havoc on their physical, legal, and financial freedom Car accidents are a scary reality, and statistics show their startling prevalence. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that in 2018, 36,750 deaths resulted from car accidents. In New Jersey, there were […]

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