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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.
  • Posted by raffadmin  Posted on 13 Jun  0 Comments
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22May

Do I need a lawyer for child support and custody/visitation cases?

UPDATED: MAY 22, 2019 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Many people in New Jersey file applications in Family Court for child support, custody, visitation, emancipation, etc. without even considering hiring an attorney. Most assume that they do not need an attorney unless things start going wrong, and they assume that they can always hire
  • child support, custody, family court, visitation
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 22 May  0 Comments
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10April

Wrongful Death Cases – human life has no value by law

UPDATED APRIL 10, 2019 In every wrongful death case, the family of the deceased feels that they have each lost something. When that death is the fault of another, they may ask whether they are entitled to compensation for the loss of a loved one. As we discuss below, the law, unfortunately, places no value
  • personal injury, wrongful death
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 10 Apr  0 Comments
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05April

WHY THE AMOUNT OF MEDICAL COVERAGE ON YOUR CAR INSURANCE IS SO IMPORTANT

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
  • Posted by skip  Posted on 05 Apr  0 Comments
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21February

U.S. SUPREME COURT CASE LIMITS CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE

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
  • Posted by raffadmin  Posted on 21 Feb  0 Comments
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31January

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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18December

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,
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 18 Dec  0 Comments
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04November

What is it like to deal with insurance adjusters?

So you want to settle you personal injury case?  Well, if you do then you have probably had the unfortunate experience of dealing with an insurance adjuster like this one! Hope you enjoyed this. If you have any need for a lawyer in New Jersey, then please contact us! (p) 973-742-1917
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 04 Nov  0 Comments
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20October

Can I pass a car waiting to make a left turn? (Updated)

Updated Oct 20, 2018 People often ask if they are allowed to pass on the right when another car is waiting to make a left turn. It is common in New Jersey that a vehicle will stop with a left turn signal on and cars will pass on the right. But is this allowed? First,
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 20 Oct  0 Comments
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08October

How much does it cost to fight for custody in New Jersey?

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. When two parents break up, it is not uncommon for one of them to file a Complaint with the court and establish a custody and visitation order. Most of the time, the parents can agree with there child will live for the majority of the time. But when they
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 08 Oct  0 Comments
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