Monthly Archives: November 2022
Furniture Tip-Overs And Product Defect Claims
Consumer products frequently have defects that can result in serious and even deadly injuries when we use them. Some of the most devastating injuries caused by product defects are those that cause severe child injuries, including furniture tip-over accidents. You might have read about dressers being recalled due to the risk of a tip-over… Read More »
What Steps Should I Take After An Uber Or Lyft Accident?
After an Uber or Lyft accident occurs, you may be disoriented and might not know exactly what steps you need to take in order to be eligible for compensation. Yet it is critical to take certain steps following a rideshare accident. Our New Jersey and Pennsylvania Lyft and Uber accident attorneys can provide you… Read More »
Camp Lejeune Lawsuits
Veterans who are currently living in New Jersey or Pennsylvania and who served at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River in North Carolina may currently be eligible to file a claim if they have been diagnosed with a health condition or have experienced symptoms of exposure to… Read More »
Am I Eligible To File A Negligent Security Claim?
If you were assaulted on another party’s property, or if you were the victim of any other type of crime on another party’s property, the property owner might actually be liable for any harm you suffered. Unlike other premises liability lawsuits, the direct harm in a negligent security claim results from an act of… Read More »
How Can I Prove Fault In A Drowsy Driving Crash?
Drowsy driving is a serious problem, and it can result in severe and life-threatening motor vehicle collisions in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. According to the Sleep Foundation, drowsy driving can affect anyone, and it is more common than most people think. Indeed, although it can be difficult to quantify the number of drowsy driving… Read More »
Does Comparative Negligence Impact Wrongful Death Lawsuits?
In New Jersey and Pennsylvania, a finding of comparative negligence can reduce a plaintiff’s damages award in a personal injury case, and in some circumstances can bar the plaintiff from recovery altogether. Can comparative negligence also impact wrongful death lawsuits in New Jersey and Pennsylvania? In short, the answer is yes. Our New Jersey… Read More »
Common Types Of Medical Errors In Pennsylvania And New Jersey
Were you recently injured after visiting a health care provider, or did you suffer harm because of a health care provider’s mistake? Medical errors can result in serious and deadly patient injuries, and it is important for patients and their families to know how to seek compensation and what types of mistakes are most… Read More »
Who Can I Sue After A Truck Accident?
Determining liability after a truck accident in New Jersey or Pennsylvania can sometimes be complicated since more than one party may be at fault. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) conducts a regular large truck crash causation study that reveals some of the major causes of 18-wheeler and big-rig accidents in the U.S.,… Read More »
Premises Liability And Attractive Nuisance Laws: What You Should Know
If you get hurt on someone else’s property because of an unreasonable hazard or risk on the property, you can often file a premises liability lawsuit in order to seek financial compensation. But what happens when a person trespasses onto another party’s property and suffers an injury? Generally speaking, under New Jersey and Pennsylvania… Read More »
Firework Injuries In New Jersey And Pennsylvania
In New Jersey and Pennsylvania, there is easier access to fireworks, and there is no license or training required to purchase them. As a result, every year, people in New Jersey and Pennsylvania sustain severe and life-threatening injuries as a result of fireworks. Sometimes people who are lighting the fireworks are injured, but others… Read More »