Safety Tips: Don’t Keep Kids in a Hot Vehicle

Posted July 25th, 2017 by .

Categories: Personal Injury.

Maybe you are just heading into the store for one second. In and out. Won’t take more than a few minutes It’s not that hot out and it’s cloudy. It won’t harm your child if you keep him in the car for a few seconds, right? Wrong. Did you know that on average, 37 children […]

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Question for Attorney Carbone: Is a Prenuptial Agreement Necessary?

Posted July 24th, 2017 by .

Categories: Family Law.

Question: I just got engaged to the love of my life. We plan on getting married in three months. This is her first marriage and my second. My parents are worried because I’ve only known my future wife for a short time. I know they are just hoping that what happened the first time around […]

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How to Prepare Your Children for Your Divorce

Posted July 21st, 2017 by .

Categories: Family Law.

Divorce is hard on the family. Not only are you separating from someone you once loved very much, but your children are suffering. They may be confused and fear the future. They may even be wondering if they are responsible for the split. It’s important that your children are aware of what’s going on, know […]

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When a Hazardous Condition Resembles an Attractive Nuisance

Posted July 20th, 2017 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

It’s a sad story we seem to hear every summertime. A young child wanders outside and is ultimately found at the bottom of a swimming pool. No doubt the pool was intended to allow fun and relief from the heat. Instead, it becomes a hazardous condition. And, thus, an attractive nuisance. For starters, let’s review […]

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Why Were My Criminal Charges Dropped?

Posted July 19th, 2017 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

Jessica was caught red handed trespassing on someone’s property. She had tried to explain that she was unaware it was private property, but the police arrested her and put her in jail. She found a criminal defense lawyer and was preparing her defense when she learned the prosecutor had dropped the criminal charges. She was […]

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Parental Immunity: What You Might Want to Know

Posted July 18th, 2017 by .

Categories: Personal Injury.

You may have heard of the term parental immunity and wondered what it actually means. Does this doctrine shield you if your child is accidentally injured due to your actions? In reality, the answer is that it depends on the individual circumstances. In New Jersey, the issue of parental immunity was first discussed in a […]

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Question for Attorney Carbone: How Long Does it Take to Get My Personal Injury Settlement?

Posted July 17th, 2017 by .

Categories: Personal Injury.

Question: I got into an accident a few years ago. My insurance refused to pay for my injuries. I sued the insurance company and successfully reached a settlement with the insurance company. That was more than eight months ago and I have yet to receive a check. What gives? Shouldn’t I have gotten the settlement check […]

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Pool Safety 101: When a Pool Accident Becomes a Personal Injury Claim

Posted July 14th, 2017 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

It looks like we’re in store for a nice summer weekend! Although today is rainy and less than perfect, Jersey City is expected to have some sunny and high temps on Saturday and Sunday. You may be considering going to the community pool, soak up the rays and taking a dip. But before you do, […]

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Can I Still Claim Workers’ Compensation if the Accident Was My Fault?

Posted July 13th, 2017 by .

Categories: Workers Compensation.

Lonnie works at a warehouse organizing packages before they get shipped out. While at work one day, he dropped one of the shipping boxes that was very heavy. The box fell on his foot, causing it to break. When he saw the doctor, surgery was mentioned. That means missing work. How can he pay the […]

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What Does Equitable Distribution Mean?

Posted July 12th, 2017 by .

Categories: Family Law.

There’s a lot to take into account when you go through a divorce in New Jersey. Not only do you have to figure out what to do with your children and consider spousal support, but there’s also how to divide your assets and debts. Who is responsible for these financial matters? New Jersey is an Equitable […]

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