When there is an accident in a parking lot, it is very tempting to exchange information with the other driver, move the vehicles, and not report the accident…
If you fall, and are injured, you should not rush to get up. Stay where you are, and request help immediately.
And How Can Someone Injured in a Motor Vehicle Accident “Pierce” the Verbal Threshold to Obtain Non-Economic Damages for Pain and Suffering? Depending on the automobile-insurance policy that you select, if you look at your policy’s Declaration’s Page, you may see a...
If you are about to purchase a home, or if you have ever purchased a home, you have undoubtedly been introduced to the concept of title insurance. Essentially, title insurance serves to make sure that there are no title defects, judgments, and/or liens against the property. While it is undeniable that title insurance is crucial and required when you purchase a home, the way it works is somewhat different than any other insurance you may have ever purchased.
It is a common myth that attorney review is limited to three (3) days. While, it is our practice to attempt to wrap up attorney review within this three (3) day period, we believe it is more important that the terms of the Contract be adjusted to properly serve our specific client before we deem attorney review concluded and subsequently labeling the transaction to be “under contract”.
Ultimately, the time and money required to pursue one’s legal rights causes many to rethink if it’s worth pursuing it at all.
While there are many explanations for why there are less cases filed in state courts, the one thing that we keep finding over and over again is that many of our clients have real measurable disputes that represent significant damages…
Yes, you could be laughing at the hysterical commercial, think the mascot is cute, or enjoy seeing a personality or band that you love in a fun advertisement for auto insurance, but if you do not know the intricacies of choosing the correct coverages in your auto insurance policy, you can be crying in the end.
The New Jersey Supreme Court decision in Haines v. Taft (A-13/14-17) (079600) has now completely limited New Jersey residents’ ability to recover medical expenses that exceed what is indicated in their available Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. In New Jersey, PIP covers your medical bills if you are injured in an accident. It is important to know that PIP pays your own medical expenses no matter who is at fault for the accident. That is why it is sometimes called ‘no-fault’ coverage.