On February 28, 2014, our client brought his pickup truck to a legal stop at a stoplight in Burlington County. While waiting for the light to turn green, another vehicle rear-ended him.
Our client, a Deptford, New Jersey, woman, had just put her young daughter on the school bus when an accident she couldn’t have predicted – or even imagined – disrupted what should have been an uneventful walk home.
When two Air Force Sergeants accompanied friends to the “soft opening” of Trenton’s Rho Restaurant/Discotecha for drinks, they had no idea that the night would change their lives forever.
In 2007 she was just a normal nine-year-old girl who enjoyed roller skating‚ jumping rope‚ and school. Then tragedy struck, and all of that went away.
work site injury
While working at the construction site, our client stepped into an 18-inch-deep hole in the building’s concrete flooring. The sudden drop caused his back to twist violently.
What began as just another day at work ultimately changed the life of our client, a tractor-trailer driver who wasn’t even moving at the time of the accident.
hit and run
Our client has no memory of the station wagon that ran him over as he biked through an affluent neighborhood in the Philadelphia suburbs. His simple bike ride to a friend’s house had turned suddenly violent‚ the impact knocking the teenager from his bicycle and into the street.
On a rainy March day‚ our client was stopped in traffic on Route 73 near the entrance to the New Jersey Turnpike. Suddenly she was struck violently from the rear‚ causing serious damage to her car and even more serious physical damage to her.
A driver who takes their eyes off the road – even for a second – turns their vehicle into a blind missile. Our unsuspecting client found out firsthand just how much damage a careless driver can do when he was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle.
slip and fall
Our client, a phlebotomist at the Livingston Township, NJ, LabCorp, arrived at work around 6:15 one March morning in 2010. As she walked from her car through the parking lot of the Cider Mill Professional Condominiums building, she encountered a patch of black ice.
The landscaper, 58, always rode his bicycle to work. Even on the Fourth of July weekend, when other people were off celebrating. The truck ripped his work boot – and his big toe – right off his foot.
A night of enjoying time with friends quickly became‚ with no notice‚ one of the worst days of our client’s life.