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  • Do I Need a Bad Faith Insurance Lawyer?

    June 08, 2020

    When you pay your insurance premiums in full and on time, you expect that your insurance company will pay a claim whenever it arises. Unfortunately, you may find that your insurer is denying a claim that is clearly covered under your policy, or denying the full extent of compensation you are requesting even if you […]

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  • Filing a Time Sensitive Personal Injury Case in New Jersey

    February 08, 2020

    Were you injured at the fault of someone else? While you might be eligible for compensation, depending on the details of your personal injury, personal injury cases are time-sensitive. It is important to begin evaluating the details of your case as soon as possible, while determining whether or not another party is at fault. Important Elements […]

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  • Discovery Options in a Personal Injury Case

    July 22, 2019

    Overview: Personal Injury If you find yourself injured due to someone else’s negligence, you may choose to file a personal injury claim against them.  Without any way to prove that the party is liable for your injury, however, you will find yourself empty-handed. The United States of America’s legal system is based on evidence.  Someone should not […]

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  • FAQs About Pain and Suffering in Personal Injury Cases

    February 26, 2019

    Anyone who has watched daytime court television has probably heard the phrase “pain and suffering” being used during personal injury lawsuits. Due to the media’s exaggeration and focus on this issue, many people mistakenly believe that damages or suffering caused by pain and suffering are simply used as excuses to collect more money during a claim. This […]

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  • New Jersey Elevator Technician Receives Over $2 Million Settlement After Falling Through Unsecured Roof Grate While Working

    January 22, 2019

    In September 2018, Brett Riccio, an employee of elevator engineering company ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation, settled his lawsuit against a commercial building owner for injuries he sustained while working on elevators of the commercial building. According to various news sources, Telx, the building owner, and ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation agreed to pay Riccio $2,025,000 to settle the lawsuit filed against Telx […]

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  • Tips for Writing a Demand Letter

    December 19, 2018

    Demand letters are most commonly used in personal injury cases. A personal injury case stems from any type of accident that left a victim injured. The injuries can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, nursing home accidents, police misconduct, defective products, workplace accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, and many other incidents. Today, we will take a look at […]

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  • Common Misconceptions Surrounding Filing a Lawsuit

    April 26, 2018

    Lawsuits are filed by people every single day, yet despite this it is extremely possible that many Americans do not know or are not aware of many of the procedures and actions that surround the very common practice. In fact, there are several misconceptions that people have when it comes to filing a lawsuit, ones that […]

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  • Negotiating a Claim in “Bad Faith” in An Injury Case

    April 17, 2018

    There are times that you are negotiating with an insurance company and it is clear to you that they doing so in bad faith. This can be realized when the insurers start to use certain phrases that seem odd to you and make you take notice, and other times it may just be a feeling that […]

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  • The Importance of Taking Notes after an Accident or Injury

    March 02, 2018

    No matter how great you believe your memory to be it is always good practice to write down everything that happened after being involved in an accident and/or suffering an injury. The longer you wait to record the details of your event the greater the chance that something that occurred is either missed or changed by your memory. […]

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  • J.T. Barrett’s Knee Injury: Malicious Assault, Negligence, Or No Problem?

    January 10, 2018

    J.T. Barrett, an Ohio State quarterback, recently suffered a knee injury during a football game against Michigan. Unlike typical football injuries, however, this one involved a cameraman. During warm-ups, Barrett’s right knee made an impact with a camera being held by a cameraman. Ohio State’s head coach was furious because the injury ultimately prevented Barrett […]

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