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Accident Tips & Prevention

Accident Tips & Prevention, NJ Personal Injury | June 15, 2020

How To Stay Safe On a Boat This Summer

The weather is already heating up, and you may be thinking about getting out on a boat to enjoy some summer fun with your friends and family. Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many people may choose to safely enjoy their time on the water. However, boating accidents can lead to significant injuries for those on board. During the latest reporting year of data, the US Coast Guard

Accident Tips & Prevention | March 25, 2019

Social Media After an Accident

There are few things that are as difficult as dealing with a long term medical issue, especially if it is the result of an accident that justifies a lawsuit. Not only are you missing out on work and wages you should be earning, you are missing out on the fun parts of life: parties, hanging out with friends and family, and just generally being at your normal

Accident Tips & Prevention, Slip and Falls | February 11, 2019

Prepare for the Winter with these Important Safety Tips

Anyone who lives in the northeast knows that winter can be dangerous. Low temperatures, snow storms, and ice are all commonplace but unpredictable, which is why we have compiled a list of important winter safety tips.

Black Ice

winter safety black iceOne of the biggest challenges drivers face when snow starts to fall and temperatures drop is black ice. Black ice occurs when water freezes on an asphalt road, which

Accident Tips & Prevention, Current Events and News | June 30, 2017

Fireworks Should Be Fun, Not Dangerous

Avoid an Independence Day disaster with these Firework Safety Month tips.

With Independence Day on the horizon, it won’t be long until fireworks light up the night sky across the nation. There may be few things more American than watching the rockets’ red (and blue, green, and gold) glare, but remember that even the smallest sparklers are still explosive – and dangerous – pyrotechnics.

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