What are Common Causes of Car Accidents in New Jersey?

When people are issued a driver’s license, they are required to follow the rules of the road. Failing to do so is known as negligent driving. The following are several negligent actions that are common causes of car accidents in New Jersey: Texting With the rise in smartphones has come an increase in people using […]

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What Benefits are Available Under New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law?

People go to work every day expecting it to be as usual. They do not usually consider the idea that an accident can happen in their place of employment. However, it is possible for an accident to happen in any workplace, regardless of whether or not it seems dangerous. Employees who are injured on the […]

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What Do I Do After a Car Accident With an Uninsured Driver in New Jersey?

The aftermath of a car accident is usually overwhelming and chaotic to take care of. It can be even more difficult in the event that the other driver involved does not have their own car insurance. When dealing with these situations, it is important to know what to do in order to recover the compensation […]

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Can I Sue After an Accident at a New Jersey Ski Resort?

People that go skiing are usually aware that it can be a potentially dangerous activity if they are not careful. While this is true, they trust that a ski resort takes skiers’ safety into consideration by taking care of their property to minimize the threat of accidents. If those who are in charge of the […]

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Recovering Compensation After a Snow or Ice Accident in New Jersey

Snow or ice accidents, though oftentimes unpredictable and unpreventable, also frequently happen at the hands of negligent property owners. When they fail to shovel, salt, and remove all storm-related debris, accidents can occur. Additionally, when people leave icicles hanging to fall on an unsuspecting individual, or fail to ensure their railings are not covered in […]

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  Theft to Robbery | What You Need to Know

Stealing property is taken very seriously in New Jersey. Theft can be a serious charge on its own, but you may face upgraded charges, causing theft to become robbery. So, what exactly does this mean? What is the difference between theft and robbery? How does theft become robbery? Read on…

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  New Jersey Votes to Legalize Marijuana

This election season, it was hard to agree about almost anything. But, 66.91% of New Jersey residents have voted to legalize weed. So, what does this mean? Can you go out and buy weed now? Is it legal to smoke weed or eat edibles? Can you still get arrested for…

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  New Jersey’s Early Inmate Release

New Jersey prisons have been dramatically effected by COVID-19. The lack of space behind bars does not allow for social distancing, causing coronavirus to spread to inmates, corrections officers, nurses and doctors, and other staff. To rectify this, new legislature has been put into place, releasing a number of inmates…

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