Hurt in an Altercation at Work? Who Pays for Your Care?

Posted June 19th, 2019 by .

Categories: Workers Compensation.

What started out as a minor disagreement, turned ugly. If you suffered injuries as a result of an altercation at work, you might be concerned. Will you receive workers’ compensation benefits? When you suffer an on the job injury, you have certain expectations from your employer. Under New Jersey workers’ compensation laws, authorized medical care […]

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What Happens if You’re Injured as a Passenger in an Uber Vehicle?

Posted June 17th, 2019 by .

Categories: Auto Accidents.

In the first place, Uber’s not the only game in town when it comes to ridesharing vehicles. However, they were the first to introduce the concept. Three years later, in 2012, Lyft entered the marketplace. The whole idea sounds great until you’re involved in an accident. So, what happens if you’re injured as a passenger […]

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Does Rough Sex Sound Like It’s Domestic Violence to You?

Posted June 14th, 2019 by .

Categories: Domestic Violence.

First, it was a series of books. When “Fifty Shades of Grey” hit the big screen, it raised questions. Some claimed it cultivated an acceptance of abuse. However, what’s the truth? Does rough sex sound like it’s domestic violence to you? In the meantime, there’s something to consider. Consensual rough sex suggests something far different […]

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What You Need to Know about Attorneys’ Fees for Accident Claims

Posted June 12th, 2019 by .

Categories: Legal Topics.

Personal injury victims face many challenges. First, there’s the obvious pain and suffering. Medical bills mount, and lost wages make survival difficult. If someone else caused you harm, you might need the help of a lawyer. In that regard, it’s essential to understand how New Jersey law works when it comes to attorneys’ fees for […]

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When You Share in the Blame for Your Motorcycle Accident

Posted June 10th, 2019 by .

Categories: Personal Injury.

The great Evil Knievel said it well. “Riding a motorcycle on today’s highways, you have to ride in a very defensive manner.”  That said, you could contribute to the circumstances that cause you to crash. So, what happens when you share in the blame for your motorcycle accident? While a great many motorcycles accidents happen […]

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When It Looks Like a Work Exposure Caused Cancer

Posted June 7th, 2019 by .

Categories: Workers Compensation.

In formal terms, it’s known as occupational exposure. When you learned a work exposure caused cancer, you might feel at a loss. You not only worry about your health and your future. How in the world will you afford your medical bills? What about your lost wages when you’re too sick to do your job? […]

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You Need to Be Prepared to Submit Your DNA for Criminal Charges

Posted June 5th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

It could catch you totally off base. In some cases, New Jersey laws allow the police to collect DNA for criminal charges. That said, not everyone accused of a crime faces this possibility. Meanwhile, the DNA master database may soon increase in size. Facing child pornography charges?  You already know the serious nature of these […]

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Case for Carbone: What Happens When You’re Hurt on an E-Scooter?

In concept, it sounds like a fantastic idea! Traffic jams are the norm in downtown Hoboken. Meanwhile, parking resembles a matter of hunt and dive into spots. An e-scooter sure sounds like a viable solution. One problem. What happens if you’re hurt on one? Thanks to a recently signed bill, e-scooters are now permissible in […]

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Can Google Really Help Solve Criminal Cases?

Posted May 31st, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

It’s a brand name with so much credibility that it’s a familiar verb. Need to research something? Just Google the internet for the answer. That said, it should come as no surprise. Google has the potential to help the police solve criminal cases. On first impression, it might seem to make perfect sense. In fact, […]

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No Doubt She Stalked Him – So, Why No Restraining Order?

Posted May 29th, 2019 by .

Categories: Domestic Violence, Family Law.

To the husband, it seemed more than evident. The court agreed that his wife was guilty of stalking him as a predicate act of domestic violence. However, the judge found it unnecessary to convert a temporary restraining order to a final one. You might be interested in both the history of this case and how […]

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