If you own a car, please do not select $15,000 in medical (PIP coverage). What’s that you say? You don’t know how much medical coverage you have? Well, it’s time to look at your policy right away (or least until after you read this blog post). The law dramatically changed this week for the worse
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Transporting Firearms in New Jersey – getting searched, and getting caught

Updated Feb. 27 2019 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Gun crimes and issues regarding carrying firearms and possessing weapons have been heavily covered by news sources lately. And our clients in New Jersey may have lots of questions about transporting guns in their cars and whether police may search a car for guns. Recently,
  • criminal law, firearms, police, vehicle search, warrant
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The Supreme Court just ruled unanimously that the U.S. Constitution places limits on the ability of state and localities to seize and keep cash and other items like cars, houses, and private property used to commit crimes. Civil forfeiture, as this practice is known, is a popular way to raise revenue for government agencies, but
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Commercial property owner has duty to remove snow/ice from sidewalk at vacant building

Updated Feb. 12, 2019 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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Injuries caused by employees of charities

Updated Feb. 5, 2019 As New Jersey personal injury lawyers, we are sometimes consulted by people who have been injured by employees of charitable organizations. Normally, a business has a non-delegable duty to do certain things that prevent their employees from intentionally harming people. For example, a company should not ignore signs that an employee
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 05 Feb  0 Comments
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How do I get custody back from my child’s mother in New Jersey?

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. I do a lot of New Jersey custody cases, and almost daily fathers ask me how they can get custody of their child back from the child’s mother. Most issues with custody cases are a bit complicated and heavily dependent upon the facts and circumstances of that particular case.
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 31 Jan  0 Comments
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Can I sue if I am partially at fault?

Updated Jan. 20 2019 What happens if you are injured in an accident and you are partially at fault? You may ask yourself if you can still sue and collect damages for your expenses, medical bills, and pain and suffering. As New Jersey lawyers, we are frequently asked these questions by those injured in car
  • car accident, personal injury
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Drunk Driving and Car Accidents in New Jersey

UPDATED January 14, 2019 There are a lot of legal issues involving drunk driving and car accidents. People may be hurt and suffer severe personal injuries in car accidents. Drunk drivers may face serious penalties for DUI/DWI and related tickets, or even criminal charges in Superior Court. A bar may be liable for injuries. Below
  • car accident, criminal law, drunk driving, dui, jail, municipal court, personal injury, superior court, ticket, traffic
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Injured in a Motor Vehicle Crash While on the Job

What happens if you’re driving while in the course of your employment (on the job) and another vehicle crashes into you? It’s a scenario we deal with all too often. If you were injured, you would be able to pursue both a Worker’s Compensation claim and potentially bring a claim against the other (at-fault) vehicle.
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Can police seize your guns if you have not committed a crime?

  Article by: Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Often in my Criminal Practice, and occasionally in my Family Practice, I see lots in incidents involving guns. But especially today, people ask more and more frequently whether police can seize your firearms if there was no crime committed. And what about situations where there was an incident,
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