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 […]Read More
Posted June 3rd, 2019 by Anthony Carbone, PC.
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 […]Read More
It seems like each year, there are more and more defective products being recalled in New Jersey and around the United States. When you or someone you love is injured by a faulty product, you are going to need an advocate on your side that will help get you justice for what happened. Whether it’s […]Read More
When we head out to our favorite watering hole, the last thing we expect is getting into a fight. But it does happen – especially here in New Jersey. Just last month, a man had died following a fight outside a Patterson bar in the wee hours of St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The Attorney General’s […]Read More
When it comes to a personal injury claim in New Jersey, you may have some confusion concerning the word “damages.” Personal injury damages refer to the total amount of an award or settlement someone receives stemming from a negligence claim. However, that’s only the tipping point. If you are serious about filing a negligence claim, […]Read More
It’s the first day of spring! Even though it may not quite feel like it yet, warmer temperatures are right around the corner. With warmer temperatures, more people will be heading outdoors. Whether it’s working on your yard, taking your dog for a walk, or getting your motorcycle ready for the first ride of the […]Read More
Medical errors are not always blatant. However, you think your case represents the exception. While you may be right, your attorney needs to prove your gut feelings are correct. In New Jersey, this means retaining medical malpractice experts who meet the credential for testifying on the recognized standard of care. No one wants to hear […]Read More
All things considered, Hudson County has very few volunteer firefighters. In the meantime, some communities in neighboring counties like Bergen and Essex depend on volunteers when it comes to putting out infernos and small fires alike. So, what happens when a volunteer firefighter is injured in the line of duty? What about lost pay specifically? […]Read More
Posted February 20th, 2019 by Anthony Carbone, PC.
For those of us who live in New Jersey, we understand that winter weather brings the danger of personal injury because of ice or snow. Even if we are taking precautions, such as wearing proper shoes, injuries can still occur and can be somewhat significant. If you or someone you know was injured because of […]Read More
The polar vortex is upon us. With temperatures dropping down to the single digits throughout New Jersey for the next couple of days, there is some concern about those who have no choice but to be outside in this arctic air. As you can imagine, cold weather can increase your risk of injury. If you are […]Read More