How to Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend while Social Distancing
Memorial Day Weekend has long been a staple at the Jersey Shore for many to enjoy time with family, time with friends, great food, and the kickoff to summer. We have all grown accustomed to enjoying the holiday weekend at the beach, enjoying parties, and going out to bars, without worrying about potentially contracting COVID-19.…Read More
Common Outdoor Injuries and How To Avoid Them
With summer right around the corner, we can expect an increase in outdoor activity and injuries related to them. As COVID-19 restrictions soften and people grow tired of staying inside, people will inevitably be searching for innovative ways to get some fresh air and exercise while social distancing. Unfortunately, the more time people spend outdoors…Read More
What Happens if an Employer Does Not Report an Accident?
One of the most important things to do when you’ve been injured at work is to make sure the accident is reported. Many people don’t report accidents right away, which can lead to problems further down the line. The reason many people don’t report accidents is because there wasn’t any noticeable bodily harm or serious…Read More
Top Causes of Motor Vehicle Accidents in New Jersey
Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death and injury in the United States. This is particularly true in a state as population dense and with as many drivers as New Jersey. According to the New Jersey Department of Transportation, an average of 320,000 crashes are reported per year in the state. New…Read More
A Guide to Damages in a New Jersey Personal Injury Case
If you’ve been injured due to the negligence of another individual, you may seek to receive monetary compensation in the form of damages. Your New Jersey personal injury lawyer will discuss your case with you in order to get you the compensation you deserve. We understand no amount of money can take away the pain…Read More
Is Lane Splitting Legal in New Jersey?
Many motorcyclists lane split to avoid collisions, especially in bumper-to-bumper traffic where they are more susceptible to accidents and injuries than people in cars or trucks. In a state as densely populated as New Jersey, motorcyclists need to be even more aware of their surroundings and when they need to split lanes to avoid collisions.…Read More