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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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12December

FALL DOWN INJURIES AND ACCIDENTS

UPDATED: DECEMBER 12, 2019 If you or someone close to you got injured as a result of a fall on snow or ice, there are some important steps (pun intended) to take. The mere fact that you fell on snow or ice, however, does not necessarily mean that you have a potential personal injury claim.
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06November

The dangers of having too little insurance

Photo by Pictures of Money | Flickr UPDATED: NOV. 6, 2019 We represent countless clients who were involved in car accidents. As such, we are constantly working with car insurance issues of all kinds. Some of them are very unusual issues or involve circumstances that are probably not applicable to the average buyer of car
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07October

WORKPLACE HARASSMENT

Harassment in the workplace comes in many forms. Not all types of harassment, however, are the basis for a legal claim. For example, petty slights by co-workers, annoyances at work, and isolated incidents (unless severe), do not give the basis for a legal claim. In order to proceed with a legal claim for a “hostile
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02October

Is leaving a baby in a car always considered child abuse?

UPDATED OCTOBER 2, 2019 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. A hot topic in the news today is the issue about babies and toddlers who were left in a locked car. Certainly, there are several dangerous things that could happen to a child left in a car, even if the parent is only away for
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29August

Slow down when driving through town

UPDATED AUGUST 29, 2019 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. A large part of our personal injury practice are cases involving car accidents. We have seen too many types of car crashes to list, but the most common car accidents involve negligent drivers in densely populated areas who are simply not paying attention and/or driving
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21August

SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES AND NEW JERSEY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

Up until a few months ago, victims of sexual assault were often prevented from seeking to hold their abusers accountable in court because of the state of limitations. After years of fighting, however, a new law in NJ that will go into effect at the end of 2019 offers such victims of child sexual abuse
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11July

I went to court, but the judge wouldn’t listen to me!

  UPDATED: JULY 11, 2019 Article by: Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Very frequently, I speak with clients who complain that they appeared in court but the judge just wouldn’t listen to them. They ask me what I can do for them after the first appearance did not go their way. Below I discuss some common
  • family law, municipal court, ticket
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20June

Alternatives to Lawsuit Funding: Anything Else!

UPDATED JUNE 20, 2019 If you are considering taking out a lawsuit funding or financing, we would like to tell you about a surprising and new alternative: It’s called, “Anything Else”! Clients with personal injury cases sometimes ask us, should I apply for lawsuit funding? And we always try to explain how lawsuit loans are
  • funding, personal injury
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13June

CALLS TO GOVERNOR MURPHY NEEDED TO PROTECT CAR CRASH VICTIMS

The NJ Supreme Court recently decided a case (Haines v. Taft), which ruled that unless an injured car crash victim bought $250,000 in (PIP) Personal Injury Protection medical benefits, they cannot sue the at-fault party for their unpaid medical bills. It’s terribly unjust, but if you’re a C.E.O. of an automobile insurance company, you’re thrilled.
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