Workers’ Compensation: Fatalities in the Workplace

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Experienced Legal Representation for Families of Fatal Work Accident Victims in New Jersey According to the latest data from the federal government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), workplace fatalities are on the rise. Nearly 5,000 workers died on the job in 2014 (the latest data available), the most since 2008. That means that an average…

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What Factors Can Weaken My Slip and Fall Case?

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Experienced Premises Liability Lawyers Fighting for Injury Victims Across New Jersey When you are injured in a traumatic accident, it is easy to second-guess yourself: Was the accident my fault? Was there something I could have done differently? Do I really deserve to be compensated for my losses? When these types of questions creep into…

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Basic Requirements for a Medical Malpractice Claim

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Experienced Attorney Serving Victims of Medical Malpractice In Hudson County and the Union City Area Successfully establishing that a doctor or other medical care provider harmed a patient through medical malpractice is a very complex, lengthy, and difficult process. In the majority of cases, the defendant’s doctors, hospital, and insurance companies put up a fierce…

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Rear-End Car Accident – Who’s at Fault?

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Accident Attorney Serving Victims of Rear-End Collisions in Hudson County and Union City, NJ In all states, drivers must act reasonably and carefully so as not to cause harm to fellow drivers and passengers on the road. You, as a driver, must be aware of what is going around you – particularly of what is…

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Dangerous Reckless Driving Behaviors

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Attorneys Helping Victims of Reckless Drivers in Bergen and Hudson Counties Reckless driving is a persistent problem in Hudson and Bergen Counties, and throughout New Jersey. Every day, reckless drivers are responsible for causing numerous accidents, and in many cases, these accidents leave innocent victims with serious – and sometimes fatal – injuries. If you…

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How to Document Your Slip & Fall Case

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Experienced NJ Attorneys Protecting the Rights of the Injured If you have been injured in a slip and fall on public or private property, you need to be smart about protecting your legal rights. Your injuries could affect your life for years to come; and, if a slippery floor, icy sidewalk, or other dangerous condition…

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Tips for Avoiding On-the-Job Injuries

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When you suffer an on-the-job injury in New Jersey, there are two primary ways in which you can seek financial compensation for your medical bills and other losses. The first is to file a claim for benefits under workers’ compensation. Under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation law, most employers are legally obligated to pay benefits to…

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10 Most Common Medical Malpractice Errors

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In May 2016, Johns Hopkins University released the results of a study which indicated that medical errors are now the third-leading cause of death in the United States. This puts medical negligence behind only heart disease and cancer, with the study finding that errors in the hospital account for roughly 250,000 deaths – or about…

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Five Keys to Winning an Auto Accident Case

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Car Accident Attorney Serving all of New Jersey If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident, you could be entitled to financial compensation. Auto accident victims regularly suffer substantial losses – losses that are often far greater than they realize – and exercising the right to seek compensation can be critical to making…

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