Uber/Lyft Drivers and the Verbal Threshold Defense

We have done several blogs about the so-called verbal threshold.  This is a defense to personal injury lawsuits where the injured person is may only recover money damages for the most serious injuries.  It is more beneficial to a person injured in a motor vehicle accident if the verbal threshold does not apply to her […] Read More

Workers Electrocuted in New Jersey Construction Accident

Fatal Construction Accident in New Jersey Three workers were electrocuted at a New Jersey construction site accident in Woodbridge Township on the morning of Friday, October 11th.  Just before 8:00 am, workers installing siding in a residential neighborhood on Quincy Court were electrocuted when a 40-foot pole from their scaffolding fell. The workers tried to […] Read More

Injured in an Uber or Lyft Accident? Examine Your Chances for a Personal Injury Case

Overview: Rideshare Accidents The rideshare industry has quickly exploded in popularity in New Jersey and the rest of the country. No longer do you have to hail a cab, reserve a shuttle to the airport or drive yourself to and from a night out on the town. Uber and Lyft have grown immensely over the […] Read More

Injured in an Uber or Lyft? Here’s What to Do

Uber and Lyft Accidents Have you ever used Uber or Lyft transportation to get to your destination? If so, then you’re one of millions. Uber and Lyft facilitate an average of 15 million rides every day across the globe. With the sheer number of rides, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that accidents happen regularly. […] Read More

Time-Sensitive Evidence After a Trucking Accident

Overview Truck Accidents Have you ever felt nervous around massive semi-trucks on the road? If so, then you’re not alone. People who avoid big trucks have good reasons for their behavior. Getting into a collision with a truck is significantly more dangerous and destructive than other types of car accidents. It’s also more complicated to […] Read More