Usually when people think of personal injury cases they think of accidents. Yet it is also possible to bring forth a personal injury case where someone has caused an injury on purpose.  We see these in harassment, abuse, and assault cases. Examples of Intentional Torts  A nursing home employee sexually harasses your elderly grandmother, causing…

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Most people spend over a third of their life at work, and are more likely to be injured at work than almost anywhere else. It’s natural to ask yourself whether a personal injury case might be possible. For the most part the answer is “no,” because the workers compensation system exists. This system represents a…

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E-Scooters create a relatively new vista in personal injury law. As they grow more ubiquitous, we expect to see more injury cases. Unfortunately they’ve already caused many injuries nationwide, and sometimes recovering compensation from these accidents is complicated. When an E-Scooter Collides with a Pedestrian One of the most difficult challenges posed by e-scooters is…

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Personal injury cases are wildly misunderstood. In part that’s because large corporations and insurance companies have engaged in some pretty expensive public relations campaigns to discourage people from engaging in personal injury suits. As New Jersey personal injury lawyers we encounter many of these myths every day. We’d like to take a moment to debunk…

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In New Jersey, motorcyclists are required by law to wear a DOT-approved helmet. Motorcyclists are also required to wear eye protection including glasses, goggles or a shield, a sturdy, long-sleeved, abrasion-resistant jacket, sturdy, over the ankle boots, well-fitting and abrasion-resistant pants, and gloves. Riding without a helmet increases your risk of death by a significant…

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