Updated August 2, 2021 During many accidents in New Jersey, the person who is driving the car is not the owner of the car. Many times people who were injured in accidents or suffered property damage have asked us whether the owner of the vehicle is responsible when someone else uses the car and causes
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Updated July 23, 2021 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 a while. While you may have sustained an injury, how do you know if it’s permanent (under the eyes of the law)
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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
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Dan Levy, Esq., who handles a variety of New Jersey criminal matters, discusses your legal rights when pulled over during a traffic stop. The conversation includes being told to exit the vehicle and vehicle searches.
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Chris Hoskey, Esq. of Raff & Raff, LLP, provides a brief overview of available benefits to an injured worker in New Jersey. These possible benefits include covered medical treatment, lost wages, and compensation for permanency.
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In this video, Amanda Ibrahim, Esq., discuss some options to look for and avoid when selecting automobile insurance in New Jersey.
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In this video, Michael Raff, Esq. describes the different scenarios for payment of medical bills when someone is involved in New Jersey car crash involving an Uber or Lyft or other types of rideshare vehicles. The different scenarios include whether you’re a driver, passenger, or in another vehicle. They are also dependent on any personal
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Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. As part of my divorce and family law practice, clients often come to see me and ask if they should dismiss a temporary restraining order that they filed against their former partner or spouse. And many times, clients come into my office and tell me that they recently dropped
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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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In this short video, I discuss the potential negative consequences when selecting minimal PIP coverage, Health Insurance Primary, and limited Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Coverage on your New Jersey automobile insurance policy. If you should have any questions about your NJ policy or have been involved in a crash and want to learn more about
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