How Will COVID-19 Affect My Case?

Since March of 2020, our daily lives (and our world) have been turned upside down. As we have struggled to adapt to this new reality, certain aspects of life remain unchanged. The kids still have schoolwork, things at home and in our cars still break and need to be repaired, we still need to pay our bills and put food on the table, and situations that require legal counsel may still arise.

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Types of Nursing Home Abuse in NJ and NY

Nursing home abuse and neglect is far too common in this country, and New Jersey and New York are no exception. Although most nursing home facilities have the best interests of patients and residents in mind, there are exceptions.

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How to Recover Damages After a NJ or NY Ridesharing Accident

Ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft can be convenient and less stressful than driving yourself or taking mass transportation. You might even enjoy the conversation with your driver or just relaxing.

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Personal Injury Protection Insurance in New Jersey and New York

When you are injured in an automobile accident, the last thing you want to worry about is the insurance claim for injuries to yourself or passengers in your vehicle—especially when you are trying to focus on your own physical recovery. The claim process can be complex, lengthy and frustrating.

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What Happens When You Talk to an Attorney About Your Sexual Abuse Case

The “secret” of sexual abuse of young people by clergy is a secret no longer. Thousands of victims have come forward to share their painful experiences in the media and also through the legal system.

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What’s Involved When You File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in NJ and NY?

Sometimes with personal injury incidents, as with the barroom brawl, criminal charges are filed. More often, you might be contacted by the other party’s insurance carrier with a settlement offer.

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What You Should Know if You Were Sexually Abused by Clergy in New Jersey or New York

Many of us who belong to faith communities are taught at an early age to respect spiritual leaders – priests, pastors, rabbis, and imams, as well as youth group and Sunday school teachers. Each has a sacred responsibility for teaching and leading worshippers in their respective beliefs.

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Injured While Ridesharing in NJ or NY? Here’s What to Do

Need a ride? It’s as simple as downloading the Uber or Lyft app on your smartphone, which through GPS locates and connects you with an available driver. The use of these ridesharing services is becoming increasingly common. According to a Statista survey, 36 percent of Americans used a ridesharing service in 2018, a 15 percent increase over 2015.

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NJ Enacts Victims Rights Bill with 2 Year Look Back Period After 188 Clergy Members “Credibly Accused” of Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse of any kind is horrific, but the sexual abuse of children is one of the most heinous criminal acts committed and one that happens with shocking frequency. Abuse is generally perpetrated by someone in a position of power, which—for children—includes any trusted adult.

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Common Workplace Safety Hazards

No matter what office, warehouse, or retail location you visit, some type of hazard is likely to exist.

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