The 3 Things You Must Prove to Win a Slip and Fall Injury Case

Slip and fall cases are often criticized by news outlets when they are publicized. This happens because people believe that when you slip and fall in a grocery store, for example, you cannot be seriously injured. However, this opinion is a misconception. Even if you do not feel or appear to be injured immediately after […] Read More

Lyft and Uber Accidents

What Are Lyft and Uber? Lyft and Uber are ridesharing transportation companies or what New Jersey law calls “transportation network companies” that help connect people wanting to go somewhere with a driver who owns a car. Passengers use Lyft and Uber because it is a convenient and cost-effective way to get around town without having […] Read More

Divided NJ Supreme Court Limits Some Accident Victims’ Ability to Recover Compensation

On March 26, 2019, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided the case of Haines v. Taft. The Court had certified the following question: “Does N.J.S.A. 39:6A-12 preclude a plaintiff from recovering medical expenses above those collectible or paid under an insured’s PIP provision in a standard automobile insurance policy, including medical expenses exceeding any elected […] Read More

Who is Responsible for My Slip and Fall Injury?

Slip and fall cases are not always as clear cut as they seem. Depending on where you fell, there are many factors to consider such as boundaries of a property, legal regulations applying to one’s property, property ownership, property management, your own actions at the time, work factors, property owner’s insurance, etc. There must have […] Read More

When Do I Have to File a Lawsuit for a Dog Bite?

Every type of personal injury case in New Jersey is subject to a statute of limitations, and dog bite cases are no different. A statute of limitations is a time limit that an injury victim must file a lawsuit by in order for it to still be considered valid. These time limits vary state to […] Read More