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Fireworks Safety Precautions

The Fourth of July is a day of celebration. We celebrate what makes our country great, while also celebrating those who have fought to keep us safe. Just as men and women across the country have made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our safety, it is important you ensure your guest’s safety if you are […]

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Types of Negligence in New Jersey Car Accidents

There are several busy roads and highways throughout the state of New Jersey. These can become congested with many vehicles all at once, making it crucial for drivers to operate their vehicles safely. All drivers who get behind the wheel of a vehicle have a legal responsibility to follow the rules of the road. This […]

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Adjustment of Status in The United States

When a person from a foreign country wishes to come to the United States, they must have a status that allows them to do so. This can be done through the various types of visas that the country offers. There are visas for several different reasons. This can include visitation, employment, education, marriage, and more. […]

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Liability in New Jersey Personal Injury Cases

When someone becomes injured as a result of another party’s negligence, it is known as a personal injury accident. This happens when that party fails to provide the general public with the lawful standard of care that is required of them. This can seriously injure or even cause death to a person as a result. […]

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Fiance Visas in the United States

When a citizen of the United States is engaged to a non-citizen, they are able to bring their fiance to the country under lawful circumstances. This requires the non-citizen to apply for a visa to enter the United States so that they can marry and live within the country. This is called a K-1 visa, […]

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NJ Supreme Court Prohibits Injured Motorists from Receiving Benefits Exceeding PIP Limits

  In the state of New Jersey, car insurance policies offer a “no-fault” coverage. This is known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP). This protection exists to cover any immediate medical expenses and wages that are lost by an individual involved in an automobile accident. New Jersey offers a $15,000 insurance minimum in PIP benefits and […]

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Workplace Accidents in New Jersey

When people go to work every day, they expect to go through the same routine as usual. They do not typically think about what would happen if they were to be involved in an accident at work. Regardless of what an individual’s profession is, there is always the possibility of an accident happening at work. […]

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