Category Archives: Injury Law

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Truck Accidents Can Result in Serious Injuries

Posted in Injury Law, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Trucking Accidents

Truck accidents often can result in serious or even fatal injuries. An example of such an accident is one that many people read about last summer: the accident where a Wal-Mart truck and a limo van collided. The accident severely injured comedian Tracy Morgan and two other occupants and killed fellow comedian James McNair. Another… Continue Reading

What Should You Do If You’ve Been Injured At a Grocery Store?

Posted in Injury Law, Legal Updates

Grocery stores and other large retailers generally have plans, policies and procedures designed to keep their customers safe. Unfortunately, far too often store employees either do not know or do not follow corporate safety policies. This is why thousands and thousands of people are injured in grocery stores here in New Jersey every year. Many… Continue Reading

How Do I Appeal the Denial of Military Service Connected Disability Benefits and Do I Need an Attorney?

Posted in Injury Law, Legal Updates, Veterans Disability Benefits

Veterans service-connected disability benefits are often denied or awarded at the incorrect rating or date of disability. If you find yourself in this position, you have the right to an appeal and you increase your chances of winning if you are represented by an attorney. You can find a list of VA accredited attorneys here…. Continue Reading

What Happens if you Sustain Emotional Trauma from a Robbery or Attack at Work in New Jersey?

Posted in Injury Law, Workers' Compensation

Are you still covered by New Jersey workers’ compensation benefits? The answer in New Jersey is generally “YES.” The workers’ compensation law in New Jersey is much more lenient on these types of issues than in our neighboring state of Pennsylvania. In a recently publicized workers’ compensation case in Pennsylvania, a manager of a liquor… Continue Reading

Florida Jury Awards $2 Million Verdict in Tobacco-Related Wrongful Death Suit

Posted in Injury Law, Legal Updates, Stark News, Wrongful Death

On March 27, 2015 a team of Stark & Stark attorneys led by Shareholder Stephen A. Corr, Esq. obtained a $2 million verdict from an Indian River County, Florida jury in a wrongful death suit against Philip Morris USA Inc. and R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.  The verdict was a victory for widower Robert Gore,… Continue Reading

School Bus Accidents

Posted in Injury Law, Motor Vehicle Accidents

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, between 2000 and 2009, 130 school-age pedestrians (younger than 19) died in school transportation-related crashes. Over two-thirds (67%) were struck by school buses, 6 percent by vehicles functioning as school buses, and 27 percent by other vehicles involved in the crashes. There were… Continue Reading

New Jersey Red Light Traffic Camera

Posted in Community, Injury Law, Legal Updates

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