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Criminal Charges and Self Defense Attorneys Monmouth County NJ

September 1, 2019
West Long Branch Municipal Court

Criminal Defense Attorneys ensuring client´s tights in Old Bridge Township, Perth Amboy, Red Bank, Long Branch and across Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Counties Across the United States, there are laws that permit citizens to defend themselves or their occupied property (dependent upon the circumstances) when faced with a threat. Although some states may use an […]

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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 Is A Legal Police Stop?

August 15, 2019
What Is A Legal Police Stop?

Criminal Attorneys Serving Clients in Long Branch, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake, Tinton Falls, and across Monmouth County When is it legal for a police officer to stop you? When does it violate your rights? If facing criminal or even a municipal court disorderly persons violation, it is important to contact an attorney that is familiar with […]

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When Can Blood Be Drawn For A DUI/DWI? What Is Proper Procedure For The State To Use Blood As Evidence In A DUI/ DWI Case?

August 7, 2019
When Can Blood Be Drawn For A DUI/DWI? What Is Proper Procedure For The State To Use Blood As Evidence In A DUI/ DWI Case?

DUI Attorneys Serving Clients in West Long Branch, Red Bank, Colts Neck, Deal and across Monmouth County Drawing blood is a sensitive issue, and one that raises subjects including invasion of privacy, chain of custody, and whether the blood was drawn in accordance with medical standards. Typically, during an investigation of a motor vehicle accident, […]

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Employment Law III, Emotional Distress, Respondeat Superior And More…

August 1, 2019
Employment Law III, Emotional Distress, Respondeat Superior And More...

Employment Lawyers serving clients under emotional distress in Deal, Freehold, Eatontown, West Long Branch and across Monmouth County To establish a cause of action for intentional infliction of emotional distress, a plaintiff must show: (1) intent to commit the act and the emotional distress resulting therefrom; (2) conduct that is extreme and outrageous; (3) proximate […]

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Jail time for Driving with a Suspended License due to DWI in Monmouth County NJ

July 26, 2019
Ocean Twp. NJ Shoplifting Defense Attorneys

Traffic Violations Attorneys serving clients in the Monmouth County area. Driving with a suspended license is against the law in all 50 United States. There are a number of reasons law enforcement may suspend someone’s license. One heavily enforced reason is driving while under the influence (DWI). Driving while under the influence will usually result […]

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Employment Law II, Law Against Discrimination

July 25, 2019
Employment Law II, Law Against Discrimination

Employment Lawyers Serving West Long Branch, Red Bank, Colts Neck, Asbury Park and across Monmouth County As noted in Dale v. Boy Scouts of America, 160 N.J. 562, 604 (1999), rev’d and remanded, 530 U.S. 640 (2000), the Legislature did not intend to abrogate all common law causes of action with the enactment of the […]

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5 Types of Alimony in Monmouth County, NJ

July 22, 2019
5 Types of Alimony in Monmouth County, NJ

Alimony and spousal support are often thought of as a singular concept, and in some ways, this is true. Alimony is intended to provide for a formal spouse or partner with the financial support they need. However, few people know that there are actually no less than five (5) types of alimony in New Jersey. These […]

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Some General Principles Of Workers’ Compensation Law

July 11, 2019
Employer Responsibility For Employee Actions Under Respondeat Superior Doctrine

Workers Compensation is a statutory method of providing benefits to an employee (or his or her dependents) who suffer personal injury or death by accident or occupational exposure or disease (be it psychological, cardiovascular, asbestos, etc.) arising out of and in the course of employment. Fault and negligence are usually not relevant factors, until and […]

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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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