We take our client’s safety very seriously.  Our office did not re-open until we installed a completely new and modern ventilation and air filtration system.  Throughout our building we have installed touchless entry systems.   All walkways, elevators and stairways are limited to one party.  We also have implemented strict social distances measures like meetings at…

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Inclement weather can cause icy patches and wet floors both indoors and outdoors at places of business. Property owners may not be able to control the weather, but they do have a duty to keep their walkways, entrances and other areas that are exposed to the elements clean and free of slipping hazards. According to…

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One of the most predominant concerns many people have when they are involved in a car accident is, will my insurance rates or premiums go up? The short answer to that is no, not if  the accident was not your fault. Further, insurance companies will decide whether to increase or not regardless of medical treatment…

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On March 1, 2017 a Monmouth County woman driving straight through an intersection was injured when another vehicle left turned in front of her causing a collision wherein a second vehicle then struck our client’s vehicle in the rear.   As a result, our client sustained meniscus tears to both knees necessitating arthroscopic surgery to both…

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A serious injury often affects those who are close to the accident victim. The aftermath of such an injury can be particularly hard on the spouse of the injury victim. For many couples, marriage is a partnership; spouses rely on one another for support in all aspects of their lives, from help with household maintenance…

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Memorial Day Weekend Fatal Crashes in NJ South Brunswick–South Brunswick police have identified the two people killed in the Memorial Day crash, which occurred Monday morning on Rt. 130 near Wheeling Road. Michael Santana, 24, of Staten Island and Zarine Arshakyan, 55, of Lawrenceville, were identified as the two people who died in the crash.…

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Perth Amboy, NJ: It is often during times of crisis that the worst of people becomes evident—this incident is no exception. On March 28, 2020, Patrick Monahan, 38, of Staten Island, was driving a 2018 Ram 1500 pick-up and was driving aggressively, cutting in and out of traffic, said police. He was also recorded driving…

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has announced plans to conduct a new truck crash causation study for the first time in over 15 years. The study is designed to provide new information about the causes of truck accidents, taking into account shifts in technology and driver behavior. In particular, the FMCSA wants to…

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