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The State of New Jersey is one of the few states in the nation with a state-run temporary disability benefits program. This program is financed through payroll taxes paid by both employer and employee contributions...

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Hurt in an accident at work? Wondering if you should file a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim? Both..

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What do Pain and Suffering Damages Include? When someone has been injured in an accident, we often hear the words “pain and suffering” when referring to the damages in a personal injury lawsuit. But what exactly does that mean? If you have suffered an injury due to another person’s negligence, what type of compensation are

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Winter Weather Accidents in New Jersey   Winter Weather Increases the Risk of Accidents for commuters Below freezing temperatures. Snow and sleet. Sound familiar? It’s winter in New Jersey. And while winter weather often delivers picturesque scenes of glistening snow-covered trees, it also brings hazardous conditions that result in a higher rate of accidents. Be

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How Long Does It Take to Settle a Personal Injury Case? If you suffered injury because of someone else’s negligence, you may be wondering whether you want to spend time fighting in court for just compensation. That raises the question of how long it takes to settle a personal injury case. The answer? That depends.

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New Jersey Has Some of the Worst Drivers in the Nation   Motor vehicle accident deaths, uninsured motorists and poor driving habits all contribute to this undesirable reputation   Each year, several companies release their lists of worst drivers in the United States based on all types of data compiled from numerous resources. Inevitably, all

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Are Men or Women More at Risk of Dying in a Car Accident?   Every year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, or NHTSA, releases data on motor vehicle accidents. Insurancequotes.com studied the data from 2014 and 2015 to see patterns in accidents, namely, which gender is most at risk for being involved in an

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Injured in an Uber Accident?   Uber and Lyft are growing in popularity, joining taxis, car services, and limousines that pick up passengers and take them where they want to go. But what happens if you are injured while a passenger in an Uber car? What if you are in an accident with taxi or

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June is National Safety Month: Tips to Stay Safe at Home and on the Road We have compiled some important safety tips that you should keep in mind at home and while traveling on the road.   Safety at home Did you know that poisonings have exceeded car accidents as the leading cause of unintentional-injury-related

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Pedestrian Accident Deaths on the Rise in New Jersey   According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed in traffic accidents in the United States in 2016, an 11 percent increase over the previous year. Nationwide, pedestrian deaths accounted for 15 percent of total motor vehicle deaths. In New Jersey alone,

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Share the Road: Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month   When motorcycle riders take to the road, the experience often brings a feeling of exhilaration and a sense of liberation. Unfortunately, the journey can also bring serious injuries as a result of accidents with other motorists on the road. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports

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Traffic Fatalities Continue to Rise on New Jersey Roadways New Jersey’s winter weather led to Hudson County’s 27th traffic fatality in December, when treacherous black ice sent a Jersey City woman into oncoming traffic, resulting in a head-on collision with a tractor trailer. Over 600 fatal accidents were reported statewide in 2016, an increase of

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Protecting Your Legal Rights: Dealing with Bans on Government Lawsuits and Limits on Damages   The most recent election was a source of anger and frustration for many. Citizens argued that politicians and corporations enjoy a relationship which harms constituents. Many feel politicians pass laws that protect the interests of corporations, not the interests of

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