Speeding is defined as exceeding the posted speed limit or driving too fast for present road conditions. Speed limit signs posted on roadways are there for a reason – to help ensure all motorists are safely operating their vehicles. When drivers obey posted speed limits, it usually enables them to maintain control of their vehicles,…

New Jersey Boat and Watercraft Accident Lawyers New Jersey’s coastline extends over 130 miles and currently has over 170,000 registered boats.  According to the U.S. Coast Guard, there are over 100 Boat and Watercraft Accidents every year in New Jersey.  Because occupants of boats are usually not restrained, boating accidents can have serious consequences especially…

REAR-END COLLISION ACCIDENT The most common form of collisions in the US is when one vehicle strikes another in the rear.  Driver inattention, following too closely or adverse road conditions are some causes of these types of collisions. A rear-end collision is most likely to occur during a traffic jam with stop-and-go traffic because there…

Representing Drunk Drivers in New Jersey The repercussions of driving drunk in New Jersey are among the harshest in the nation.  In New Jersey, drunk-driving is treated like a traffic offense.  Therefore, you cannot have your case tried by a jury, only by a judge.  In other states, it’s considered a crime.  A drunk-driving conviction…

Representing Victims of Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey As the victim of a pedestrian accident, you have the burden of proof when it comes to establishing liability.  Therefore, you must be able to show evidence that the other party was at fault.  According to the NHTSA, in 2013, pedestrians were one of the few groups…

NEW JERSEY ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE (ATV) ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS Representing Victims of ATV Accidents In New Jersey All-terrain vehicles, or commonly called ATVs, provide many hours of fun for kids and adults of all ages.  Unlike other motor vehicles, ATVs are not strictly regulated.  In fact, in New Jersey, a child as young as 14 years…

Errors in prescribing and dispensing medications can be the basis of a medical malpractice lawsuit. Failure to prescribe the correct medication is one of the principal causes of harm. A physician might misdiagnose a patient’s condition and consequently order the wrong drug, which will delay proper treatment and exacerbate the patient’s illness. Alternatively, a physician…

Medical malpractice occurs when a physician, nurse, hospital administrator, medical technician or other health professional fails to meet standards of care and commits an error in the diagnosis or treatment of an illness. A medical professional’s negligence or misguided course of action can inflict severe harm on the patient by exacerbating a preexisting medical condition,…

Attorneys foresee a rise in litigation involving the sale of the medication Benicar, a drug frequently used to treat patients who suffer from hypertension, or high blood pressure. To date, over 1,100 lawsuits have been filed nationwide against Daiichi-Sankyo, the Japanese manufacturer of the drug whose U.S. division is based in Parsippany, New Jersey. Attorneys…

Charges for luggage, bad food, and delays are some of the unpleasantries we endure when we fly, but none of these is dangerous. However, flying may also expose passengers and crew to toxic air fumes. Faced with a dangerous work environment, four Alaska Airline flight attendants are suing Boeing for exposure to toxic chemicals. This occurs…