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24March

RAFF & RAFF LAW FIRM COVID-19 CONTINUITY UPDATE

Dear Clients, Friends, and Colleagues of Raff & Raff: Like everyone, we continue to monitor the COVID-19 coronavirus and its enormous impact on all aspects of life. Our thoughts continue to remain with those currently affected by the coronavirus and the healthcare workers caring for them. Raff & Raff remains open and available to provide
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16March

A MESSAGE FROM RAFF & RAFF REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

Dear Clients, Friends, and Colleagues of Raff & Raff: Our thoughts are with those currently affected by the coronavirus and the healthcare workers caring for them. The safety of our clients, our office team, and our colleagues is our top priority during this chaotic time. Our offices in Passaic County and Bergen County remain open
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16March

No, you cannot be sued for donating food

UPDATED: MARCH 16, 2020 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. A while back, John Oliver used most of his time on his HBO show to discuss the problem of food waste in America. One of the issues that he pointed out is that stores and restaurants are unwilling to donate food that they cannot sell
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06March

Can My Worker’s Compensation Insurance Company be Required to Pay for My Medical Marijuana?

Under certain situations: YES. An injured worker can receive reimbursement for medical marijuana. In a recent New Jersey Court decision, the court held: Here, where petitioner has demonstrated the severity and chronic nature of his pain, his attempts to unsuccessfully alleviate the pain with multiple surgeries and medical modalities, and the validated efficacy of the
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02March

Reimbursing Medicare for treatment related to an accident

UPDATED: MARCH 2, 2020   If a person is injured in an accident, they need to figure out how their medical providers will be paid for their treatment. Many of our personal injury clients in New Jersey are Medicare beneficiaries, many others have private or public employee insurance benefits, and others have access to other
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24February

Slip and Falls: How to Fall

UPDATED: FEBRUARY 24, 2020 Every winter season, we receive many inquiries about and handle “slip and fall” cases. These cases typically involve someone slipping on snow or ice due to a commercial property owner’s failure to adequately provide a safe walking area. Some of the injuries from these falls are horrific leading to catastrophic injuries
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07February

What Happens to Social Security Disability Benefits if there is Personal Injury Claim Recovery?

UPDATED FEBRUARY 7, 2020 Occasionally, we have clients who were declared disabled by the federal government and then sustain another unrelated injury, which gives rise to a personal injury claim. A client’s personal injury settlement typically has NO impact his/her Social Security Disability Income (SSDI). SSDI is a basically an insurance program paid by payroll
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30January

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”
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13January

WHAT IS CONSIDERED A PERMANENT INJURY FROM A CAR CRASH?

If you were in a car crash that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you might be overwhelmed with medical bills and might have been out of work for awhile. While you may have sustained an injury, how do you know if it’s permanent (under the eyes of the law) as opposed to temporary? Most
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