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Injury, Work Injury | April 22, 2020

Can a Subcontractor Sue a General Contractor For a Work-Related Injury?

Construction sites are typically very busy areas with many workers going about getting the individual aspects of their projects completed. At any given moment at a construction site, there are usually many tasks going on at once. This could include installing plumbing, installing the electrical system, framing an area, landscaping, heavy equipment operations, and more. What many people do not realize is that there is often more

Car Accident Lawyer, COVID-19, Firm News | April 10, 2020

Don’t Let COVID-19 Force You Into a Bad Settlement

To Accident Victims During the Coronavirus Pandemic: Don’t Let COVID-19 Force You Into a Bad Settlement

For so many of us, the world has changed in drastic ways we never expected since the coronavirus turned into a worldwide pandemic.

When looking at quarantines and social distancing measures, tracking case totals and death tolls and whether the “curve” is getting any flatter, it’s easy for many to forget

COVID-19, Firm News | April 8, 2020

Help for New Jerseyans Struggling Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Coronavirus Attorney New Jersey

The COVID-19 outbreak may not have been the start of your problems, but it sure made things worse. Please know that there are resources throughout the state that can help families who are struggling. Although these are external programs and organizations that our law firm has no control over, we want to point you in their direction in case you find them valuable.

New Jersey Coronavirus Pandemic

Car Accident Lawyer | April 7, 2020

I Was Hit by a Drunk Driver. What Do I Do?

New Jersey Car Accident Lawyer

April is National Alcohol Awareness Month, but this year, there’s so much more to be aware of. Victims of drunk driving accidents right now are facing unique fears and challenges. COVID-19 has transformed life as we know it, at least for now.

For the first time, you have reason to be afraid of getting closer than six feet to the other driver, witnesses, and first responders. Police