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  • Summer is Construction Site Accidents Season

    With the busiest construction season comes the biggest season of construction site accidents. As the weather warms up, it’s time to start thinking about your safety regulations at your construction site whether you own the company or will be working on the site. Preparation is the biggest defense against accidents. By having the right programs and checking equipment in a timely fashion, you can avoid…

  • Can a Duty of Care Be Owed in a Dangerous Condition in New Jersey Under Premises Liability?

    There can be a duty of care owed when the source of an injury is due to the dangerous condition of a property when the injury is the result of a foreseeable risk to an identified person in the state of New Jersey. Premises liability, in New Jersey, is a subset of general negligence law. In the state, it is legally accepted that negligence must…

  • Summertime is Also Known as Trauma Season

    Now that the weather is warming up, a lot more accidents and injuries are soon to occur. Many hospital and emergency room workers have been known to refer to summer breaks as “trauma season” due to the influx of children’s injuries. Between May and September, a large number of hospitals see the number of children’s injuries nearly double. This starts in April, when bicycle injuries…

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    Next Steps After a Dog Bite Injury in New Jersey?

    Each state has its own laws that govern what the victim can do after they are bitten by a dog. New Jersey has strict rules regarding deadlines and how an owner can defend themselves against a claim, along with what types of damages can be sought. As a strict liability state, the burden falls on the owner to defend against allegations rather than on the…

  • May
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    Holding Manufacturers Accountable: Proving a Product Defect in New Jersey

    When an injury happens when using a product, it isn’t necessarily your fault but may have been due to the product itself. New Jersey has laws in place to protect consumers and to hold manufacturers accountable for any defective products they put into the marketplace. These regulations ensure the manufacturers have good reason to keep everything to the letter of the law. Product Defects in…

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