Holding a Landlord Liable for Injuries on their Property

Holding a Landlord Liable for Injuries on their Property There are many different hazards on public and private property alike which have the potential to cause serious injuries to visitors and residents of those properties. Things like uncleared ice or snow, exposed wiring, lack of security, insufficient lighting, potholes or uneven surfaces, wet floors, and many other…

What if I Can’t Afford a Personal Injury Attorney?

There are a lot of common misconceptions floating around these days. For example, there is no evidence that Vikings’ helmets had horns and twinkies actually have a shelf-life of about 45 days. Another such common misconception which we hear all the time is that lawyers are prohibitively expensive, or that only the highest priced lawyers can get the…

New Jersey Personal Injury Statutes of Limitations

As with most civil lawsuits and criminal charges, personal injury claims must be filed within a certain time period to be legal in New Jersey. This concept is due to what is known as statutes of limitations laws. For those who fail to file personal injury claims within the established period of time, their case will likely…