Bus Accident Yields $1.25 Million Settlement in Hudson County

A passenger on a bus tour suffered a traumatic brain injury when the bus collided with a car. The ensuing lawsuit settled for $1.25 million. Plaintiff was riding in a Yep Tours bus in Jersey City on July 6, 2017 when the tour bus collided with a car [...]

Mutiple Car Crash Caused by Dump Truck Settles for $750,000

Sussex County resident Patrick Broderick was paid a $750,000 settlement in his Hudson County lawsuit. His injuries required two spinal surgeries. The plaintiff was stopped at a red light on Route 23 when his car was struck from behind. The truck, loaded with rocks from a nearby quarry, [...]

Significant Drop In Car Accidents During COVID-19

As the pandemic continues in New Jersey, more and more residents are working from home or avoiding conventional means of transportation. As a result, the number of injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents has been significantly reduced. In fact, the number of fatalities due to motor vehicle accidents [...]

Can I Sue a Drunk Driver in New Jersey?

Thousands of New Jersey residents are injured in car accidents each year. Drunk drivers are responsible for a considerable portion of those accidents. If you have been injured by a drunk driver, you may have questions regarding who you can bring legal claims against. Personal Injury Claims Against [...]

How Pre-Existing Conditions Affect Personal Injury Claims

Recent Department of Health and Human Service data indicates that up to half of all Americans under the age of 65 have at least one pre-existing health condition. For seniors, the percentage increases to a possible 86%. These numbers are generally more applicable to health insurance coverage than [...]

10 Mistakes to Avoid After a Vehicle Accident

Preparation is key for most things in life. This is especially true in case of an accident or a catastrophic event. In the United States, there are approximately 6 million auto accidents annually. Nearly a third of these collisions cause non-fatal injuries. Considering those statistics, it makes sense [...]

Social Media and Personal Injury Don’t Mix

If you have sustained an injury through no fault of your own such as car accident or from a defective product, and you’re seeking damages, demonstrating a physical injury is central to your case. However, posting about your potential case on social media accounts could be a detriment [...]