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  • How to Prepare for Your Personal Injury Case Trial

    Posted on: May 24, 2017

    If you have been injured and have decided to pursue compensation, an approaching trial can be daunting. However, it doesn’t need to be. Even after a legal strategy has been created and your ducks are in a row, there are other preparations you can make to ensure you are ready…

  • Accutane Ruling Could Open Product Liability Limitations Door in New Jersey

    Posted on: May 11, 2017

    A new ruling on a products liability case could have big implications for future product liability lawsuits regarding New Jersey’s statute of limitations. The New Jersey Supreme Court has reinstated a $25 million jury award in favor of an Alabama man against Accutane, a prescription medication for acne. Accutane The…

  • Does Sovereign Immunity Shield your Public School from Lawsuits?

    Posted on: April 28, 2017

      When you send your child to school – or even when you visit to volunteer or for a – your thoughts are a million miles away from the possibility of injury. Unfortunately, accidents and incidents happen all the time, and sometimes they result in significant expense or trauma. Unlike…

  • How to Challenge a Blood DUI Test

    Posted on: April 11, 2017

     You’ve been arrested for drunk driving in South Jersey, and things are not looking good for you. In the best case scenarios, the officer likely began his process by asking you whether you’d been drinking, asked you to go through the typical sobriety tests, then administered a breathalyzer test called…

  • How Inadequate Labeling Can Lead to a Product Liability Claim

    Posted on: April 04, 2017

     Product liability lawsuits are filed against manufacturers and others in the supply chain who are responsible for bringing a product to market. A product liability lawsuit’s defendants may include designers, manufacturers, retailers and others, depending upon exactly what caused the harm. In some cases, the problem is that the product’s…

  • Do I Need an Attorney to Fight A Traffic Ticket?

    Posted on: March 24, 2017

     Driving is one of those skills that we do almost automatically once we’ve mastered it. We spend very little time thinking about the process of driving, and even less time considering how much we rely on being able to drive whenever and wherever we want – right up to the…

  • Can a Doctor Be Sued for Failing to Recognize Prescription Drug Abuse in a Patient?

    Posted on: February 28, 2017

     The nation is suffering through an epidemic of opiate abuse. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics, there were over 38,000 prescription medication overdoses in 2010, a number that has more than tripled since 1990. There are many reasons why this is happening,…

  • What is the Standard for Obtaining a Restraining Order in New Jersey?

    Posted on: February 20, 2017

     A restraining order is a powerful legal tool for those who fear another person doing them harm, or who wish to put a stop to harassment. In the state of New Jersey, restraining orders are issued by both the criminal courts and the civil courts. This is in large part…

  • What Meets the Notification Requirement

    Posted on: February 09, 2017

     You have probably heard of people filing personal injury lawsuits against businesses, drivers, physicians, or companies that are responsible for having caused injury to an innocent shopper, driver, patient, or consumer. These lawsuits seek compensation for the medical expenses that result from injury, as well as for any lost wages,…

  • A Thorough Home Safety Assessment Can Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents

    Posted on: February 01, 2017

     You may think of slip and fall lawsuits as being something that only happens to businesses, and that you do not have to take precautions in your own home to guard against them. But take a minute to think about how many people are on your property every day, whether…