Tag: deadline

How to Sue the Government on Time

  • By Marc S. Berman
how to sue the government

Here are some FAQ on how to sue the government for personal injury. The questions focus on the deadlines involved. Q. Is there a deadline to sue the government for personal injury? A. Yes. A key aspect of knowing how to sue the government is knowing the deadline. Q. What is a “personal injury statute Read More


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


NJ Malpractice Attorney U.: Deadlines

  • By Marc S. Berman
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A NJ malpractice attorney is often confronted at the outset of a case with a puzzle. It may be clear that his client has been the victim of medical malpractice. But it is not always clear exactly who caused the malpractice. This becomes a major issue for the medical malpractice attorney as time passes. There is Read More


Statute of Limitations Dangers

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Statute of limitations. That’s a term that strikes fear in many a personal injury attorney. And for good reason. A statute of limitations is a law that restricts the time during which a lawsuit can be brought. Let’s say you were stopped at a red light. You were then hit from behind. In no way Read More


30 Day Limit to Void Arbitration Award

  • By Marc S. Berman
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COURT ORDERED ARBITRATION AWARD CAN BE VOIDED WITHIN 30 DAYS You received an arbitration award in your court case. But you are dissatisfied with the amount. Or, maybe, the arbitrator awarded you zero. Is there anything that you can do? Was the arbitration award made pursuant to court ordered arbitration under the New Jersey Court Read More