Category: Personal Injury

New Jersey Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

  • By Marc S. Berman
New Jersey personal injury statute of limitations

Q. What’s a New Jersey personal injury statute of limitations? A. Let’s first break down the phrase “New Jersey personal injury statute of limitations” into its parts, and then define each part separately. A “statute of limitations” is the legal deadline to file a lawsuit. If you miss the deadline, you lose your right to Read More

Fair Lawn Slip and Fall Lawyer Case

  • By Marc S. Berman
Fair Lawn slip and fall lawyer

You are walking in front of a business. Suddenly, you slip and fall on a bump in the sidewalk. You suffer great pain in your back. You are taken to the emergency room. There, the doctors order x-rays, MRIs and other tests. Say you live in Fair Lawn. After the incident, you are disabled for Read More

Saving Money on Your Prescription Drugs

  • By Marc S. Berman
Accident Lawyer Elmwood Park

You are injured in a slip and fall accident at a store in Paramus.  The business failed to clear a spill of liquid on the floor. Let’s say that you live in Elmwood Park. An ambulance takes you to the emergency room at Hackensack Hospital. The doctors treat your injuries. They admit you to the Read More

Video Recorded Testimony in Personal Injury Cases

  • By Marc S. Berman
Paramus personal injury lawyer

You live in the Paramus area,  have an accident, and hire a Paramus personal injury lawyer.  In order to win your case, the Paramus personal injury lawyer must hire an expert witness. In some cases, the Paramus personal injury attorney might have to hire more than one expert. For example, a doctor to explain your Read More

No-Show Witnesses in Personal Injury Cases

  • By Marc S. Berman
Clifton Personal Injury Lawyer

You are injured in a car accident. Or in a slip and fall at a local business. Or  a neighbor’s dog bites you. Say you live in Clifton, where I practiced law for the first 19 years after I opened my own office. ( I still consider myself a Clifton personal injury lawyer). What do you do? The Read More

Bergen County Slip and Fall Lawyer Case: Black Ice

  • By Marc S. Berman
Bergen County slip and fall lawyer

Here’s a summary of a recent Bergen County slip and fall lawyer case. Victoria hurt herself when she slipped and fell in an icy parking lot. The Mahwah Board of Education owned and maintained the lot.   The Board contracted with Dutra Excavating and Sewer to assist with snow removal. Several days after a snowstorm, Victoria Read More

NJ Injury Lawyers’ Tip: Medical Insurance

  • By Marc S. Berman
NJ Injury Lawyers

A careless driver injures you. You wind up in the hospital. Accordingly, you search for New Jersey injury lawyers on the web. You find one to represent you. The injury lawyer tells you that you are entitled to compensation from the other driver’s insurance company for your pain and suffering. NO-FAULT PIP INSURANCE PAYS FOR Read More

Drooping Driveways Cause Slip and Fall Injury

  • By Marc S. Berman
injury attorney Fair Lawn

Your father lives in an apartment. Say it’s located in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. One day, you visit him. Near your father’s apartment, there are two driveways. There is a “stepdown” of about 12 inches between the driveways. In other words, one driveway is a foot lower than the other one. You arrive. It’s a Read More

Judge Talks to Jury with Lawyers Absent

  • By Marc S. Berman
accident lawyer paramus

MAY JUDGE SPEAK TO JURORS ALONE? One sunny day, you are driving on Route 4 in Paramus. The mall beckons on the right. However, before you can make the turn, a careless driver changing lanes and sideswipes you. The side of your car now looks like a croissant. Worst of all,  you feel pain.  Throbbing pain Read More


  • By Marc S. Berman
personal injury lawyer Ridgewood

CONDO ASSOCIATION RULES MAY HARM INJURED OWNERS You own a condominium. Let’s say it’s located in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Outside your condo, in the common area, there is a pine tree that you don’t like. You ask the condo association to remove it. Eventually, they do. However, they fail to remove the pine tree entirely. They Read More