Commercial property owner has duty to remove snow/ice from sidewalk at vacant building

Updated Dec. 5, 2021 As New Jersey attorneys who represent people seriously injured in falls on ice and snow, we are constantly working to make sure that our clients are able to make claims against all available insurance policies. Sometimes we must unfortunately advise our clients that they are not able to make a claim
  • fall down accidents, personal injury
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Slip and Falls on Snow and Ice

Updated Oct 7, 2021 With Winter around the corner, we wanted to send some early info: We receive many inquires from potential clients regarding injuries sustained from slip and falls on snow and ice. Not every such injury, of course, warrants bringing a personal injury claim. The mere fact that someone falls and hurts him
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Dog Bite Injury Cases

The New Jersey Dog Bite Liability Law provides the following: The owner of a dog that bites or attacks a person may strictly liable under NJ law. The statute, N.J.S.A. 4:19-16, reads, in relevant part: The owner of any dog which shall bite a person while such person is on or in a public place,
  • dog bite, personal injury
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Elevator Injuries

While our firm represents many individuals who are harmed by elevator defects and malfunction, rarely do we have videos of the actual incidents. This video, which has made the rounds on the internet and on news program, captures the panic this poor guy must have been going through. There are about 18 billion passenger elevator
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I was hit in the rear – is the other driver always at fault? UPDATED

Updated July 5, 2021 We have been representing people injured in car accidents since 1922 and have seen many rear-end car crashes – too many to count! And here in Passaic County (and the surrounding Essex County and Hudson County), there are no shortages of car accidents. Clients routinely ask if the driver who rear-ended
  • car accident, insurance, personal injury
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What to do if you slip on ice/snow (Updated)

Updated March 3, 2021 Over the years, we worked on a number of cases recently where clients suffered severe fractures after falling on snow and/or ice, and we wanted to take the opportunity to share some tips (Especially with cold weather ahead of us!) First, if you are injured in any accident, it is important
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Five Myths of Medical Malpractice

UPDATED: JUNE 2, 2020 Below is an excellent article that we recently read, by Tatum Bronte on the Trial Lawyer Center website. It is reprinted, with permission, on our website and we encourage our friends and colleagues and keep his points in mind when thinking about a medical malpractice case. Five Myths of Medical Malpractice
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Bicycle Accidents and Helmets

UPDATED: MAY 27, 2020 A lot of our clients are bicyclists. While some are aspiring to ride in the Tour de France, most of them ride for the pleasure, the exercise, the transportation, and freedom it provides. We’ve handled cases involving some pretty horrific bicycle / motor vehicle collisions in which helmets were truly life-savers.
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What is a ‘civil reservation’? Proposed changes in the process.

UPDATED MARCH 12, 2020 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. At times, a person who has been injured in a car accident through no fault of their own is still issued a traffic ticket by the police. This happens for various reasons, and in such a case the person may hear the term “civil reservation”
  • car accident, civil reservation, fall down accidents, personal injury, ticket, traffic
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Medicare and Medicaid Liens and Personal Injury Cases

UPDATED: OCT. 31, 2019 If a Medicare or Medicaid beneficiary is injured and brings a Personal Injury case, their attorney must handle the case a little bit differently. In every case, an injured person is concerned about who will pay the medical bills after an accident. Most of the time, a Medicare or Medicaid beneficiary
  • Medicare, personal injury
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