Are There Damages That Are Recoverable In a Personal Injury Case?

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A personal injury case is primarily for the purpose of compensating you for your pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. What that means is that you are to be compensated for any pain that you have, any limitations that you have, anything that you can no longer do at work or at … Continued

Is It Possible To Re-Establish Credit After Bankruptcy?

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A lot of people ask, “Can I ever have a credit card again?” Bankruptcy stays on your credit report for 10 years, but credit is like skin. Have you ever had a really deep cut? Your skin recovers. Sometimes it leaves a mark, sometimes you have a little bit of a scar, but the skin … Continued

Will I Have to Go to Court During My Accident Case?

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Most people do not want to go to court and would rather settle their case, which does happen in many situations. However, if you do have to go to court it is nothing to be afraid of because we will be with you every step of the way.

Who Will Pay my Medical Bills and Lost Wages After a Slip and Fall Accident?

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When you slip and fall on someone else’s property, the person who owns the property you were injured on is responsible for covering your medical expenses and lost wages. Insurance companies do not generally cover injuries sustained from slip and fall accidents. They may have a limited policy that will cover some medical bills but … Continued

Who Will Pay my Lost Wages and Medical Expenses After an Automobile Accident?

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When a person is injured in an automobile accident, they may be facing time out of work and high medical expenses. Automobile insurance companies are responsible for compensating you for lost wages and medical bills in New Jersey. If your automobile insurance carrier does not cover all of your expenses, your medical insurance company might … Continued

Who Is Protected by the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act?

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The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act protects anyone who buys a service or a product in the state from being subject to a faulty or low quality result. This law protects the marketplace and keeps everybody on a level playing field. If someone breaks the rules, they will be penalized and their business will suffer … Continued

What Should I Do if I’ve Been Served With a Foreclosure Notice?

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You need to see an attorney as soon as you can when you receive a notice of intent to foreclose. It is important for you to establish some control in the situation and have the next steps mapped out with your attorney. Do not procrastinate on contacting an attorney because you need to decide whether … Continued

What Is the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act?

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The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act is designed to protect anyone in the state who purchases a product or service from another entity. It keeps everything in the marketplace fair and ensures that no one is going to charge you for more than they should, give you quality products and work and abide by the … Continued

What Is No Fault Law in New Jersey?

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When a person is involved in a car accident, they are often concerned about who will pay for their medical expenses. No fault law or personal injury protection exists in New Jersey and it means that your car insurance carrier will pay for your medical bills regardless of whose fault the accident was. Even if … Continued

What Is Foreclosure and How to Deal With It?

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The mortgage company takes back the title to your house when it goes into foreclosure. The judge will ultimately determine whether or not your property should be foreclosed upon and it will be auctioned off at a sheriff sale. There is a very limited amount of defenses that you can have against foreclosing on your … Continued