• What Can New Jersey Learn from Canada’s Decision to Legalize Marijuana?

    Posted on: October 17, 2018

    Canada recently passed a law making marijuana legal throughout the country. In the United States, the question of legalizing marijuana is discussed on a state by state basis, and the state of New Jersey is considering bringing the issue up for a vote in the not-too-distant future. In looking at…

  • Is There A Limit to the Amount of Damages from Dangerous Property Claims?

    Posted on: October 05, 2018

    A personal injury lawsuit seeks compensation for damages that a person has suffered as a result of another person’s negligence or wrongful actions. There are many different types of personal injury lawsuits that can be filed, including medical malpractice, automobile accidents, and slip and fall accidents. One area in which…

  • When to Pay the Traffic Fine or Seek Legal Help

    Posted on: September 25, 2018

    Of all the things you could spend your money on, traffic violation fines have to be the absolute worst. There’s nothing quite like the way that you kick yourself if you’ve been pulled over for speeding, and the feeling is even worse if you think that the charge is unwarranted….

  • Why You Should Alert Your Child’s School About Your Divorce

    Posted on: August 22, 2018

    Whether you and your spouse are going through a divorce or have already been divorced for years, you may think your marital status is a personal thing, and that there’s no need to share it with outsiders, including your child’s school community. Unfortunately, failing to inform your child’s teacher of…

  • The Best Apps to Prevent Drinking and Driving

    Posted on: August 10, 2018

    Drinking and driving is widely acknowledged as a societal evil, but it’s also an incredibly easy mistake to make. Whether you’re visiting with friends and have a drink or two too many, are at a company celebration or wedding, or even had just one glass of wine on an empty…

  • Can You Sue a Sunscreen Company for your Burn?

    Posted on: July 20, 2018

    Most people think of sunburn as an uncomfortable mistake and a minor problem, but it can be a significant personal injury. People have required hospitalization as a result of 2nd and 3rd-degree burns, and it’s well known that sun exposure leads to aging of the skin and to skin cancer….

  • What Fireworks are Legal in Pennsylvania?

    Posted on: July 06, 2018

    If you live in the state of Pennsylvania, you may have noticed a big shift in the number of fireworks you heard being set off in your neighborhood. If so, you can thank Governor Tom Wolf and members of the state’s legislature, which passed a new state law in October…

  • Who Is At Fault When Sun Glare Causes an Auto Accident?

    Posted on: June 21, 2018

    Summer, winter, spring or fall, one road hazard that can impact drivers all year long is sun glare. When you’re driving towards the rising sun in the morning or the setting sun in the afternoon, sun glare can suddenly blind a driver, and lead to an accident. Since sun glare…

  • Can You Really Get A Ticket For Having an Air Freshener In Your Car?

    Posted on: June 07, 2018

    Maybe you’ve never had a pair of fuzzy dice hanging from the rearview mirror in your car, but if you have that, other types of paraphernalia or décor, or even a device stuck onto your windshield, you could be courting a traffic violation in the state of New Jersey. That’s…

  • New Jersey Drivers Need to Be Aware of Cell Phone Laws

    Posted on: May 23, 2018

    There are few people who aren’t completely tied to their cell phones: we rely on these devices for communicating with loved ones and finding our way to unfamiliar places, for convenient shopping and for an efficient way to get work done. But as cell phones have put increased abilities in…