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What Should I Expect During a Personal Injury Deposition?

A personal injury deposition is part of your lawsuit. During the deposition, at which your lawyer and the insurance company’s attorney are present, and perhaps the defendant’s attorney, you are asked a series of questions regarding the circumstances surrounding the accident and about your injuries. Depositions are also taken under oath. Questions to Expect The » Read More

How to Maximize Your Personal Injury Claim

When you suffer a serious injury through no fault of your own, it is natural to want to receive the maximum amount possible in a claim. You will need the funds to help you recover and pay for your living expenses during that period. Much will depend upon the nature of the injuries and your » Read More

Who is Liable for a Multi-Vehicle Accident?

When more than two vehicles are involved in an accident, determining liability is often more challenging, and every driver may prove at-fault to some degree. Under New Jersey’s comparative negligence law, every party involved in the accident receives a fault percentage, based on their level of accident liability. If a driver is less than 50 » Read More

Dealing with Drunk Drivers

Braking for no reason, weaving in and out of lanes, and accelerating too quickly are all common behaviors exhibited by intoxicated drivers, but other drivers may not realize what is going on at first. This is because sober motorists might also do these things while driving. How can anyone tell the difference between a sober » Read More

Motorcycle Group Riding Tips

Warm weather means more motorcyclists on the road. When a motorcycle collides with a larger vehicle, the motorcyclist is often severely injured if they survive the crash. The following safety tips for motorcycle group riding can lessen the odds of an accident. Make Decisions Beforehand Before setting out, the group should hold a meeting and » Read More

100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers

Passing a driving exam is a milestone for teenagers, but their driving education should not stop there. Now that summer is here, teens need to be even more vigilant. More free time, parties, vacations, and holidays add up to more driving time and increased accidents for this age group. Therefore, AAA has named the time » Read More

How Do I Prove Liability in a Failure-to-Yield Accident?

When a car crashes into the side of another car, this can cause a T-bone collision. To most viewers, it might look as if the driver that initiated impact was at-fault. However, that would not be the case in a failure-to-yield accident. In this situation, a driver is stopped at a four-way intersection with stop » Read More

Reclining Seats in Cars Increases Injuries

Car passengers often recline their seats on long trips and assume they are safe if they are wearing their seat belt. Yet, even if they are wearing them, the risk of severe injuries and even death are increased. Seat belts can fail due to a defect or when they are not worn properly. A regular » Read More

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What Should I Expect During a Personal Injury Deposition?

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A personal injury deposition is part of your lawsuit. During the deposition, at which your lawyer an..