Category: Tips If You Are Injured

13August

If you text someone while they are driving, it could expose you to a lawsuit

Updated August 13, 2018 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Texting while driving is a big problem in New Jersey and around the entire country. In New Jersey, the state is passing new laws making stiffer penalties for texting while driving. Certainly, if a driver is distracted while texting and causes a car accident, the
  • car accident, cellphone, personal injury
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30July

Store responsible for surrounding areas that they do not own

Related: Fall-Down Accidents, Personal Injury Practice, Slipping on Snow/Ice. UPDATED JULY 30, 2018 As New Jersey attorneys who represent those injured in fall-down accidents, we are frequently asked who is responsible for fall-down and trip-and-fall accidents outside of a store. Is the store responsible? Is the landlord who owns the shopping center responsible? The basics
  • fall down accidents, personal injury, premises liability
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26July

Hurt by a Business That Is Now Out of Business?

Updated July 26, 2018 Sometimes there is an injured person – perhaps severely and permanently hurt – who was clearly injured by a business that is now out of business.  As New Jersey personal injury attorneys, we sometimes must deal with situations like these. This is a very difficult situation in some cases, especially when
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21July

CHECKLIST: Things to do, and not to do, after a car accident

Updated July 21, 2018 Unfortunately, good drivers may be not unable to avoid the negligent actions of others. You should be prepared in the event of an auto accident and take the necessary steps to protect yourself should an accident occur. Here is a checklist of the top ways to protect yourself: REMAIN at the
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09July

Medical Bills After an Accident

Updated July 9, 2018 As New Jersey personal injury attorneys, clients frequently ask us about the payment of medical bills after an accident or injury. The answers usually depend on a multitude of factors, including the type of accident and the type of available insurance coverage. In 2012, the NY Times published a great article,
  • bills, personal injury
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14June

First Steps in Settling Your Injury Claim

Updated June 14, 2018 There are a number of things you can do in the first few days and weeks after an accident to protect your right to compensation should you want to file an injury claim. Except for filing a formal claim against a government entity, there’s no single step that you absolutely must
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04June

Injured at the gym

Updated June 4, 2018 As part of our robust Personal Injury practice, we represent countless people who are injured in accidents that occur on a business’ property (i.e. premises liability cases). Sometimes, those incidents occur at a gym or a health club and there may be a claim against the owner/operator of the gym facility.
  • personal injury, premises liability, waiver
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02June

New Jersey Construction Site Injuries: Suing vs. Workers Comp

Updated June 2, 2018 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Frequently, clients come to us after being injured at or near a construction site. They may have been on the job at the site and were hurt or they may have simply been walking by a construction area and suffered a fall-down injury on a
  • construction site accidents, fall down accidents, personal injury, work-related accidents
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03April

Can you collect worker’s compensation if you don’t have a social security number?

One of our worker’s compensation clients recently asked the following question: I have been working for several years without a Social Security Number. Recently, I was injured while working and my boss told me I can not get Workers’ Compensation as I do not have legal status. Is this true? The answer is a simple,
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 03 Apr  0 Comments
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