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Should I Settle My Claim Or Go To Court? 

Is it better to settle or take my claim to court? As you consider filing a personal injury claim, you may be wondering about different tactics you can take. Many people hope that they have to be involved in their claim as little as possible and that they never have to see the inside of a courtroom. Others simply want

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5 Spooky Myths About Personal Injury Cases

With Halloween just around the corner, both kids and adults are thinking about what they should dress up as. Although Halloween is a fun holiday, it can also pose unique dangers. During this holiday, people can suffer costume-related injuries, slip and fall accidents, pedestrian accidents and drunk driving accidents. If you were injured on Halloween because of someone else’s negligence,

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FAQ: Managing Work-Related Accidents

Managing workers’ compensation claims call for assistance from a workers comp lawyer NJ victims rely on to receive the benefits they deserve. Accidents in the workplace can leave victims facing significant losses, and because of this, the benefits workers’ compensation provides will be imperative to the recovery process. In some cases, the process can become rather complicated, and often employers do

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What Are Common Medical Malpractice Cases?

Everyone expects to go to a physician, nurse, or other medical professional and receive the care they need. However, there are cases where the professional fails to properly treat or care for a patient. Whether a mistake is small or large, it can have terrible consequences. If you believe that your injury or illness developed as a result of medical

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Back To School & Workers Compensation

Many people still associate work accidents with high-risk occupations, such as factory and construction work. However, accidents can occur in just about any industry, including education. Teachers who suffer an injury while working are eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Teachers & Work Accidents A school might not seem like a dangerous place to work, but accidents still happen. One

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What Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

What is a Wrongful Death Suit? When a family loses a loved one suddenly in an accident, it can be difficult dealing with the grief and sadness that death brings. But when the accident was caused by the negligence or recklessness of another party, that grief can feel overwhelming. In these tragic cases, state law allows the family to bring

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When Drunk or High Drivers Cause Harm

When Drunk or High Drivers Cause Harm If you have recently been injured by a driver who was impaired by alcohol or another substance, you are likely in a strong position to hold that driver accountable in civil court for the harm that you have suffered. All too often, injury victims pay close attention to any criminal charges that may

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Vacation Rentals, Injuries & Premise Liability

Whether you decide to relax on the beach in Miami or have an adventure in the Rocky Mountains, taking a vacation can provide a lot of excitement and fun. Unfortunately, it can also turn into a nightmare if you suffer an injury at your vacation rental property. Vacation property owners have a duty to keep their homes safe for renters.

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Fourth of July Injuries

Fourth of July Injuries With the Fourth of July right around the corner, many people are getting ready to have cookouts, spend time with their family and friends and shoot off fireworks. While this holiday can provide a lot of fun, it can also provide certain dangers. Many people suffer firework-related injuries every year on the Fourth of July. These

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Celebrating Juneteenth

Juneteenth, also known as “Emancipation Day” or “Freedom Day,”commemorates June 19, 1865 when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas and passed down the proclamation to enslaved African Americans that they were free — more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln.    While this holiday is considered the “longest running African-American holiday,” it was

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