January 2020 Archives

Hesitation in estate planning can lead to problems down the road

It's not easy to have conversations with family members about the future. You may be hesitant because you do not want to think about what could happen in the future or you don't want to make anyone uncomfortable. Perhaps you assume that your loved ones know what you would want, and estate planning is really unnecessary. In reality, it's important to have these conversations sooner than later. 

Number of injuries due to electric scooters spiking

According to a recent report, the number of people injured using electric scooters has skyrocketed. Many New Jersey residents have probably seen individuals using these devices as a convenient way to commute in congested areas. Their popularity seems to have endured, despite safety concerns.

Truck accident victims can often pursue vicarious liability claim

In the blink of an eye, a semi-truck driver can cause a catastrophic accident that leaves victims with serious injuries. All too often these injuries are disabling, sometimes even leaving a victim paralyzed. These individuals, in addition to those who are fortunate to survive a truck accident with less serious injuries, can face extensive damages. Medical expenses and lost wages can threaten a victim's financial stability, and the physical and emotional pain and suffering can be overwhelming. Taken together, these damages can leave victims feeling stressed out and fearful of their future.

The elements of a wrongful death claim

A wrongful death occurs when someone dies due to the negligence, recklessness or intentional conduct of another person. Car accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability and other personal injury claims may all form the bases of wrongful death actions in New Jersey. Wrongful death claims must be filed within certain time constraints and must meet certain pleading elements in order to be valid. This post will discuss some of what is required to pursue a wrongful death action in the state, but this post is not legal advice.

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