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NJ Accident Lawyers’ Case

  • By Marc S. Berman
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NJ Accident Lawyers’ Case. Boy’s Fingers Partially Amputated Was there Careless Supervision by High School Coach? Here’s a summary of a court decision in an NJ accident lawyers’ case. Cameron participated in a weight-lifting program for high school football players. Frank, the football coach, supervised.  Frank had the athletes participate in an activity referred to as “farmer’s walk.” It Read More


CAN YOU SUE THE GOVERNMENT?

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Can You Sue the Government for Injury? Often, But Not Always. Can you sue the government for an injury it caused? Suppose a government worker drives carelessly.  You are hurt as a result. Or imagine the city fails to properly maintain a city property.  As a result, you fall and are injured. Do you have Read More


Injury Law 101: Intentional Bad Acts.

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Injury Law Alert: Why a Victim Can Be Worse Off If Someone Else Injured Him On Purpose, Rather Than in an Accident. Here’s a summary of a recent injury law case. A high school student named Damon suffered a fractured jaw. Steven, a fellow member of the wrestling team, punched him. Steven did not intend the precise Read More


Fall Accident Case Against Charity.

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Fall Accident Victim Sues Museum for Slip on Icy Steps Museum Claims Immunity from Suit Because It’s a Charity. Who Wins? A woman named Loredana suffered a fall accident on icy steps at Newark Museum. She injured her back. Loredana is an immigration attorney employed by La Casa de Don Pedro. La Casa is a Read More


Slip and Fall Attorneys’ Advice

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Slip and fall attorneys often do not get involved in a case until long after an accident. Sometimes the victim does not even begin to look for slip and fall attorneys until a week or two, or more, passes. But, by then, slip and fall attorneys may not be able to help the victim. Why Read More


Trial Lawyers Win $2,000,000 Verdict

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Here’s a summary of a recent court case where trial lawyers won a major verdict. Joseph was thirty-five years old.  He drove a 2002 Camry.  One day,  another car rear-ended Joseph’s car. The other driver’s name was Susan.  She drove a 2000 Oldsmobile. Joseph described the impact as “a sudden, boom. I get this tremendous hit Read More


Slip-Fall Case at Mosque

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Man Receives $135,000 Award  in  Slip-Fall Arbitration A slip-fall lawyer for a man named Ozcan filed a court complaint. Ozcan claimed that he fell and was injured on a staircase after using a restroom in a mosque. Ozcan alleged that a friend asked him to give her a ride to the mosque. The friend did not state Read More


Medical Error Case

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Here’s a summary of an important medical error case. Dr. Hyeun Park was Seoung Ouk Cho’s cardiologist. On April 23, 2009, Dr. Park examined Cho. Cho complained of chest pain and had an abnormal EKG.  Dr. Park admitted Cho to Trinitas Regional Medical Center.  John H. Shao, M.D. performed a heart catheterization and an angioplasty Read More


Car Accident Lawyers’ Case

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Here’s a recent car accident lawyers’ case. Angela was a rear passenger in a 2008 Toyota. She sat directly behind the driver, Mr. Corrales. Angela was asleep. A collision awoke her. The other vehicle was a tractor-trailer. A man named Murray drove the tractor-trailer.  Murray’s company owned it. CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS’ CASE FILED Angela’s car Read More


Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

  • By Marc S. Berman
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PERSONAL INJURY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS SETS DEADLINE FOR HOW LONG ACCIDENT VICTIMS HAVE TO SUE. STATE FARM INSURANCE ACCUSED OF LULLING MAN INTO MISSING DEADLINE. What is a personal injury statute of limitations?  Say your car was rear-ended.  Or you were bitten by a dog. Or you slipped and fell on a wet floor in Read More