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Taking Legal Action If You Signed a Waiver Before a Medical Procedure

Medical Malpractice Attorney in New Jersey If you were the victim of medical malpractice, you may be wondering if you can take legal action. The answer to this question depends on a number of factors, including whether or not you signed a waiver before your medical procedure. Our New Jersey medical malpractice attorneys at the Read More

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What Happens If My Personal Injury Claim Goes To Court?

Personal Injury Lawyers in New Jersey When you’ve been injured in an accident, the last thing you want to deal with is a lengthy and complicated court case. But sometimes, going to court is the only way to get the compensation you deserve. If you’re wondering what happens if your personal injury claim goes to Read More

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The Different Types of Workers’ Comp Claims and How to File Them

Workers Compensation Lawyers in New Jersey Workers’ compensation is a system in place to help employees who have been injured on the job receive the medical treatment and financial support they need to recover and get back to work. If you have been the victim of a work-related injury, you may be wondering what types Read More

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Negotiating a Settlement in a Medical Malpractice Case

Victims of medical malpractice deserve compensation for their injuries, but insurance companies will do everything they can to settle on the lowest amount possible. This is why working with a medical malpractice lawyer is so important. An experienced legal professional has the knowledge and resources to investigate the incident, present convincing evidence, and negotiate a Read More

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8 Subtle Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury

Have you or a loved one suffered a head injury? Depending on the severity of the impact or penetration, traumatic brain injury (TBI) could occur. Although some symptoms of TBI are obvious and immediately apparent—including convulsions, slurred speech, blurred vision, and dilation of one or both pupils—some head injuries have delayed symptoms that are harder Read More

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What to Know About Workers’ Compensation Lump-Sum Settlements

Workers’ compensation holds employers responsible for injuries their employees sustain on the job. Payments help cover medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages resulting from the injury. Many workers’ comp cases end in a settlement. The way you receive payments varies depending on whether you accept a lump sum or a structured Read More

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Recovering After the Wrongful Death of a Loved One

When a loved one dies unexpectedly in a car accident, from violence, or due to medical malpractice, the sudden loss can cause shock, grief, and emotional upheaval. On top of all this, losing your family’s primary income earner or child care provider can disrupt your finances and lifestyle. Recovering after the wrongful death of a Read More

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How to Report Elder Abuse

Seniors often need daily assistance or ongoing home care, making them dependent on family, friends, medical providers, and nursing staff. While most people wouldn’t dream of abusing an elderly person, a shocking 10 percent of Americans over age 60 have been victims of elder abuse. The lack of reporting is even more alarming, with an Read More

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Does Workers Compensation Cover Injuries Caused by Workplace Violence?

Workers’ compensation covers medical bills, pays lost wages, and provides other benefits for covered employees who are hurt on the job. Usually, injuries are caused by accidents or safety breaches, but what if you’ve been hurt due to workplace violence? Are you still eligible for benefits? The short answer is yes—if the violence is work-related Read More

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What to Expect When Hiring A Lawyer for A Catastrophic Injury Claim

A catastrophic injury is one that impedes a person’s ability to work or to complete everyday life tasks. A catastrophic injury can happen on the job, in a car accident, or can be caused by medical malpractice. In any case, they tend to result in incapacity in some form. Catastrophic injuries are more common than Read More

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