Why a Catastrophic Personal Injury Lawsuit is Different

Attorneys often discuss their ability to bring lawsuits in catastrophic personal injury cases, but the word “catastrophic” is not necessarily a legal term that you will find in state personal injury statutes. Instead, “catastrophic” is referring to the type of injuries and other damages that a victim suffers. Because catastrophic injuries, by definition, will severely… Read more »

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5 Signs You May Be Dealing With Sexual Discrimination at Work

The #metoo movement has highlighted what many people have long known: that sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace has been with us for decades, and, while improvements have been made, many thousands of individuals continue to suffer the effects of sexual harassment and discrimination. Of course, harassment and sexual discrimination can victimize both men… Read more »

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SK Law Wins Before NJ Supreme Court On PIP Arbitration

On behalf of a medical provider client, Judd Shaw sought to collect PIP benefits that were wrongfully denied by the auto insurance carrier. Up against significant defenses from CURE Insurance, Judd established his client’s services were medically necessary and obtained a favorable award for no-fault benefits following a 2014 hearing. Believing the arbitrator erred, the… Read more »

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What to Look For in a New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney

Let’s face it: if you live in New Jersey, you have no doubt seen or heard hundreds of ads for personal injury attorneys on bus stops, billboards, newspapers, radio stations, TV, and elsewhere. You probably do not give them much thought until the day an accident or other event causes a personal injury to you… Read more »

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