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Utility company liable for placing pole in dangerous location

Most of our car accident cases involve at least one driver who is clearly at fault. But what about the case where a person is injured after crashing into an electric or telephone pole? In the recent New Jersey Supreme…

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Police charged with misconduct for not stopping/reporting motorcycle accident

According to the Associate Press, two members of Paterson's Office of Emergency Management were charged with misconduct for their failure to properly respond to a fatal motorcycle accident. The Passaic County Prosecutor's Office alleges that the auxiliary officers were driving…

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Kinnelon motorcyclist killed in tragic collision

As New Jersey personal injury attorneys, we see far too often the tragic injuries that occur when people negligently operate their vehicles. The Bergen Record reported that on Sunday, May 13, a Kinnelon, New Jersey man was driving his motorcycle…

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How long do I have to wait to expunge a criminal conviction?

As a New Jersey criminal defense attorney, many of my clients want to know how long they have to wait before they can file for an expungement. The New Jersey expungement law states in detail who is eligible for an…

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No Miranda warnings required when asking location of a gun

As a New Jersey criminal lawyer, clients often complain that the police did not read them their Miranda rights before arresting them. Failing to read a person his/her rights may lead to the judge eventually throwing out critical evidence (perhaps…

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Is a church liable for a broken sidewalk?

As New Jersey personal injury lawyers, we are frequently asked by clients if they have a case for personal injuries due to a trip and fall accident on a broken sidewalk. According to New Jersey law, private residents who own…

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Admission to PTI bars a civil rights claim against police

Under the civil rights laws, specifically 28 U.S.C. 1983, a person can bring a civil suit against police and the municipality for violating a person's civil rights and causing injuries. For example, if police use excessive force when making an…

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Motorcycle Season Spring 2012

Motorcycle season has come a little earlier this year to us in the New Jersey / New York area thanks to Mother Nature and a lack of snow and salt on the roads.  All of us who ride understand the…

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NJ Legislature Moves Claims for Car Accident Injuries to the Head of the Line

In New Jersey, if you have your own auto insurance and are injured in a car accident, it is your own insurance company that pays for your medical treatment.  This is known as No Fault insurance, i.e. regardless of fault,…

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Video Preview: A Plaintiff Attorney's Guide to Auto Insurance Law

Michael Raff discusses New Jersey auto insurance in the context of its no-fault statute.      

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