The value of your personal injury claim can depend a great deal on what you do directly after the accident. Many personal injury cases are won, lost, or devalued long before they get to the courtroom. There are several steps you can take to make sure you get as much money as possible when you…

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New Jersey is a no-fault car insurance state.  This means that when you get into a car accident, there’s no determination of fault. Your insurance policy pays for your accident, and the other driver’s insurance policy pays for theirs. This means that even dealing with your own insurance company can be a little bit fraught,…

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One reason many of our clients initially hesitate to contact us is they don’t know if they have grounds for a personal injury claim. They also aren’t sure if their case is strong enough to proceed. This reticence can hurt, as it can mean you spend way too much time dealing with insurance companies directly.…

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Getting into an accident with an 18-wheeler is potentially life-changing. Semis cause some of the most devastating accidents on the road. When you choose an attorney to help you deal with these accidents you don’t want to choose just anyone. Truck accidents come with some special concerns that it’s important to be aware of.  Truck…

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While a premises liability case is most often known as a “slip and fall” case, it can cover any type of case where a person gets hurt on another person’s property. Slips and falls are simply the most common way this can happen. Knowing how these cases work can help you determine whether you’ve got…

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Any time you are involved in a personal injury case you’re going to want to get the very best help you can get. Expertise and negotiation skill both have a huge impact on the potential outcome of your case.  Yet a motorcycle case requires even more expertise. These are some of the hardest personal injury…

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In any personal injury case there are two types of damages: economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages are easy to calculate. They’re your medical bills, car damage bills, and other expenses which are backed up by hard numbers. Non-economic damages, also known as pain and suffering, are harder to pin down. As such, the…

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