Injuries at New Jersey Ski Resorts

by Matt Bonanno, Esq. New Jersey Ski Resort Injuries: What You Can Do Injuries occur on New Jersey's slopes at a rising rate, reaching nearly 50 severe or fatal injuries in the past few years. There are only three ski resort...

Home Insurance Claims vs. Personal Injury Lawsuits

By J. Silvio Mascolo, Esq. Home Insurance: Personal Injury Claims vs. Lawsuits Industry statistics reveal that more than 85% of all homeowners in the U.S. have home insurance. The majority of those policies do cover personal liabilit...

An Explanation of Punitive Damages

In 2005, only 12% of people sought punitive damages in civil trials. When the plaintiffs won their cases, punitive damages were only awarded in 5% of the cases. This demonstrates how hard it is for people to obtain punitive damages in cou...

Liability Responsibilities for Injuries Due to Defective Products

How Product Liability Laws Protect You From Defective Products When a defective product injures you, you have the right to receive compensation for your injuries because, as a consumer, you have a reasonable expectation that if a produc...

When You Can Sue a Truck Driver’s Employer

Corporate Liability in Truck Accidents - Why Sue Truck Driver's Employer Since trucks tend to be 20-30 times heavier than passenger vehicles, the results of getting involved in a truck accident are more serious. When you have bee...

What Is Duty of Care in a Car Accident?

Duty of Care Is the Responsibility of Every Driver Liability is connected to the concept of "duty of care" on the road, and it affects you and others in an accident. All drivers have a duty of care to not cause harm to others on the ro...

Snow and Ice: Not Always Nice at a Condominium or Apartment Complex

In New Jersey, living with snow and ice during the winter comes with the territory. While snow provides the occasional "snow day" for our children, it also affects our ability to run errands, get to work or even go to the mailbox. If not pr...

New Jersey Restaurant Loses License, Pays Fine for Liquor Liability Fatality

Under what are known as “dram shop” laws, bar and restaurant owners in New Jersey can be held liable for injuries caused by someone who was either visibly intoxicated when served, or who was served sufficient quantities that would rea...

If I get hurt on someone else’s property, do they have to pay my medical expenses?

When an injury occurs on someone else’s property, the owner might be responsible for your medical bills. Many insurance policies have coverage known as “med pay.” Med pay will provide reimbursement for your medical bills ...

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