Stark & Stark is proud to announce that Bryan M. Roberts, Esq. has been elected to the Board of Directors of One Simple Wish. “To me, there is nothing greater than giving an innocent child hope, help and happiness.” Mr. Roberts said of his appointment. “One Simple Wish is an extraordinary organization that has given… Continue Reading
As many drivers know, New Jersey’s red light traffic camera program proved to be a controversial topic of conversation. Some people felt that the cameras saved lives by reducing the number of car accidents. Others believed the cameras amounted to too much of a governmental intrusion into people’s private lives, almost like Big Brother watching… Continue Reading
In 2009, the San Francisco based ride sharing app, “Uber,” was founded. When the app was launched in 2010, it changed metropolitan travel. As of December 16, 2014, Uber was available in 53 countries and more than 200 cities worldwide. For anyone unfamiliar with Uber, it is a mobile app that allows users to submit… Continue Reading
Now that school is back in session and children and parents alike have become accustomed to the daily routine of school, it’s no time to let down your guard for school bus safety. Over 50% of the injuries that occur while getting on and off the school bus are to children 5 to 7 years… Continue Reading
Although I am an Attorney at Stark & Stark in the Personal Injury Department by day, I am also co-owner of a frozen custard store, The Meadows, which is located on Route 130 in Delran, New Jersey. On Sunday, October 5, 2014, these two organizations, along with many others, are joining together to hold a… Continue Reading
You may have heard about a controversial decal law for young drivers in New Jersey, known as Kyleigh’s Law, which requires intermediate driver’s to place a small red sticker on the front and back license plates of any vehicle they operate so that police can see that the driver lacks a full-privilege license.
You may have seen signs on the highway declaring Move Over. It’s the Law. What does that mean? Do you know what the law requires you to do when you are driving and approach an authorized stationary emergency vehicle, tow truck, highway maintenance or emergency service vehicle?
With the winter months approaching and the holiday shopping season upon us, please be sure to take extra care when you are driving and when you are walking to and from your car. As temperatures fall, ice can easily form on roadways, driveways, steps, parking lots, sidewalks, and walkways. Think you can’t slip and fall on ice because there’s been no snowstorm?