Can a Motorcyclist Injured While Lane-Splitting Recover in a New Jersey Personal Injury Lawsuit?
Lane-splitting – or the act of a motorcyclist riding the dotted lines between lanes of traffic on a street or highway – is not specifically prohibited by statute in New Jersey, nor is it specifically allowed either. That said, the New Jersey state driver’s manual implies that it is not allowed, and New Jersey law…Read More
What to Do If You’ve Been Injured at the Gym in New Jersey
Gyms and workout studios are some of the fastest growing businesses in the U.S., with new establishments seeming to pop up every month on metropolitan street corners across New Jersey. Whether it’s CrossFit, spinning/cycling, yoga, mixed martial fights, boxing, or your classic all-purpose gym, the potential for personal injury is there, especially when careless business…Read More
What You Need to Know About Insurance for Uber and Lyft (Ride Sharing) Auto Accidents in New Jersey
Ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft have fundamentally changed the way we get around in just a few years, and this is especially true in many areas of New Jersey which have not had traditionally had widely available and convenient taxi services. Over five billion rides were taken on Uber in 2017 alone,…Read More
Winning a Product Liability Claim in NJ if You Didn’t Follow the Product Instructions
We’ve all done it. We get a new product – or maybe even use a product we’ve had for years – and when something goes wrong, we realize that actually reading the instructions might have helped avoid the troubles. It can be easy to feel foolish, and that the problem was all your fault (and…Read More
Settling a Personal Injury Claim Without a Lawyer
After an injury caused by another party occurs – whether it be due to a vehicular accident, a fall in a store, an injury from a defective product, and so on – it is not uncommon for the party who is liable for the accident to make a quick offer of money to you. This…Read More
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in New Jersey?
It is generally a good idea to reach out to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after an accident/injury occurs (for reasons further discussed below), but that doesn’t always happen for one reason or another. For example, you might not have understood your rights to legal recovery, you might have thought your injuries…Read More