Talking on a Cell Phone While Driving: Is It Negligent?

Many states and cities ban texting while driving. Texting, as well as activities like searching an address book or music list or checking social media while driving, is commonly seen as negligence, or a failure to use due care while driving. While some locales likewise ban talking on a cell phone while driving, the question […] Read More

Use Elevators, Handrails, and Tunnels to Avoid Slip and Falls

The National Institute of Health reports that over 1.6 million older adults will require emergency room services due to fall-related injuries every year, and the likelihood of falling significantly increases as the weather gets colder. Winter-related slips and falls are one of the largest causes of work-related injuries. Colder weather causes ice to collect in […] Read More

DWI Laws in New Jersey

Like most states, New Jersey does not mess around when it comes to drinking and driving. With many campaigns and other forums warning against the dangers of drunk driving, there is plenty of material dispersed on the subject that drivers should heed. The consequences of drunk driving can be catastrophic for everyone involved, especially if […] Read More

Evidence In New Jersey Truck Accident Cases

Large semi-trucks are intimidating to smaller vehicles on the road because accidents involving large trucks are often terribly destructive. Injuries and significant property damage are typically the outcomes in these situations, and determining who or what is at fault can be challenging. Trucking companies are financially and legally prepared to shield their driver and fight […] Read More

Staying Safe While Driving in Winter Weather

Anytime you get behind the wheel of a car or truck, there is the potential for an accident that could result in serious injuries. This is especially true during the winter months in New Jersey when roadways can be extremely dangerous due to snow, ice, and other dangerous conditions. No matter how safe you are while […] Read More