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  • What to do If You Slip and Fall in a Restaurant

    Posted on: March 27, 2018

    Would you know what to do after a slip and fall accident happens to you? Imagine it’s Saturday night — date night. You’re dressed to impressed and looking forward to a nice evening. The hostess starts leading you to your table when suddenly the earth seems to disappear beneath your…

  • Do I Have Enough Evidence to Get A Restraining Order?

    Posted on: March 15, 2018

    Relationships are hard, and disagreements are natural, but it isn’t normal for them to devolve to a point where one person fears the other. If you believe that you need protection from a domestic partner or spouse, your best bet is to get it legally through a restraining order. In…

  • What You Need to Know If You Think You’re A Victim of Medical Malpractice in New Jersey

    Posted on: February 21, 2018

    Medical malpractice can take many forms. It can be a doctor failing to correctly diagnose an illness, resulting in the condition worsening, or even leading to death. It can be a doctor, nurse, or even a pharmacist making a mistake with a prescription and leading to an adverse or tragic…

  • What to Do If You’ve Been in a Rear End Accident

    Posted on: February 16, 2018

    We tend to think of getting rear-ended as being a minor accident, but that is not at all true. Though hit from behind accidents often cause little damage to the cars involved, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that they account for more than 25% of the accidents on…

  • Is it Difficult to Obtain an Affidavit of Merit in a Medical Malpractice Case in NJ?

    Posted on: January 24, 2018

    In the state of New Jersey, people who have been injured as a result of medical malpractice or who want to file a wrongful death case involving medical malpractice are required to submit a document called an Affidavit of Merit. This is a document provided under oath by a licensed…

  • Does the Pedestrian ALWAYS Have the Right-of-Way?

    Posted on: December 29, 2017

    When an auto accident involves a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle, the pedestrian is always going to lose. But that’s not always the way pedestrian/vehicular accidents go: sometimes a driver will swerve to miss the person and end up striking another vehicle. Sometimes they’ll run onto a sidewalk and…

  • What to Know When Filing a Restraining Order

    Posted on: December 05, 2017

    When someone is considering filing a restraining order, it is always a time of high emotion. After all, no one looks to file a restraining order because things are going well. Instead, it comes after a long time of feeling threatened or after a long period of abuse. The decision…

  • Criminal Defense Against Alleged Drug Possession

    Posted on: November 29, 2017

    When someone is charged with drug possession, especially when the intent to sell is attached, it can seem their life is falling apart. However, with the right legal defense, the worst-case scenario can be avoided. The first step is to find the right lawyer. Before diving into finding the lawyer…

  • Why Should I Hire a Lawyer After an Auto Accident?

    Posted on: November 12, 2017

    Many people believe since they pay for insurance, their insurance company will fight for their rights after an auto accident. However, this is not quite the case. Instead, insurance companies are looking out for themselves. After all, it is a business they are running. Rather than being concerned about their…

  • Finding a Criminal Defense Lawyer for your Child

    Posted on: October 24, 2017

    It’s the last call any parent wants to receive: your child was involved in unlawful conduct and will be facing criminal charges. Not only is it an emotionally charged time, but parents have to make decisions they are unlikely prepared for. After all, this isn’t legal defense for themselves, yet…