Category Archives: Injury Law

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Is Your Car Part of the Takata Airbag Recall?

Posted in Injury Law, Motor Vehicle Accidents

By now you’ve likely heard of the massive recall of defective airbag inflaters manufactured by the Japanese company “Takata”.  The recall involves many automakers from Japan, Europe and the United States, including, but not limited to:  BMW, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Nissan and Toyota.  Reports indicate that the inflators can explode under certain conditions, sending… Continue Reading

New Jersey Supreme Court Hears Argument on Two Bad Faith Cases in Uninsured/ Underinsured Motorist Cases

Posted in Injury Law, Motor Vehicle Accidents

In September, the New Jersey Supreme Court heard argument in two cases, which address the issue of bad faith conduct by an automobile insurer in failing to fairly investigate and resolve uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) claims brought by two of its policyholders. In New Jersey, when a person is injured as a result of the negligence of… Continue Reading

What Do Personal Injury Attorneys Do?

Posted in Birth Injuries, Construction Accidents, Injury Law, Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Motorcycle Injury, Product Liability, Trucking Accidents, Workers' Compensation, Wrongful Death

Personal injury attorneys are advocates for people who have been injured in an accident, whether it is a slip and fall, trip and fall, work related, car, motorcycle or recreational accident.  Our job is to represent the rights of the injured party, not the insurance company.  So, why do personal injury attorneys have such a… Continue Reading

School Bus Safety

Posted in Community, Injury Law

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

Personal Injury Practice Tip Beware: The “Internal Appeals” Process For PIP May Be Changing

Posted in Injury Law, Legal Updates

The concept of “internal appeals” in PIP is not new, and it is a subject of which lawyers actively practicing injury law in New Jersey should be well aware.   However, if DOBI gets its way, the framework governing the internal appeals process may be soon changing rather dramatically. As such, if your practice includes motor… Continue Reading

Safety Issues- Proper Exterior Lighting

Posted in Injury Law

Now that the summer is over and autumn is upon us, it is important to remind everyone of an important safety issue: proper exterior lighting.  As the sun sets earlier and earlier, you must remember to adjust the lights outside of your homes and businesses to protect yourselves and visitors.  An errant garden hose leftover… Continue Reading

Link Shown Between Traumatic Brain Injury in Childhood and Behavioral Issues

Posted in Injury Law, Medical Malpractice, News & Events

A new study published in the September, 2014 edition of the journal “PLOS ONE”, offers further support for the existence of a connection between suffering a brain injury at a young age and a variety of serious problems, including behavioral problems.  While studies have long noted a variety of long term consequences, including variations in… Continue Reading

Can Your Employer’s Insurance Company Send You to an “Independent Medical Exam” While You Are Still Under Insurance Company Physician Care?

Posted in Injury Law

This issue arises more and more in our practice. Insurance companies and self-insured employers frequently schedule these “IME”s during the course of authorized treatment, often while the injured employee is still out of work and receiving temporary disability payments. Sometimes the reason for the exam is quite legitimate. If a worker has sustained a serious… Continue Reading