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In the State of New Jersey, a motorist involved in an automobile accident is responsible for his/her own medical bills, regardless of fault. In other words, an innocent party who i_Read more
Business owners have insurance for lots of events: theft, fire, injuries, and a thing called “business interruption”. A typical “business interruption” provision provides c_Read more
You’ve just been in a car accident caused by another driver. You’ve been hurt. Shortly afterward, you get a call from the other driver’s insurance company. What should you do_Read more
In our final installment on car insurance, our focus is on NJ’s auto insurance threshold law. As a part of tort reform, the state legislature enacted particular requirements when_Read more
Ask the average New Jersey about their car insurance policy and you’ll likely get the same answer. Just about everyone will tell you they have “full coverage”. It isn’t unt_Read more
Get the feeling that somebody’s watching you? If you were involved in an accident and filed an insurance claim, you may be right. In order to investigate personal injury actions,_Read more
What If an Insurance Adjuster Says, “You Had Better Accept Our Offer Right Now Because We Will Not Be Making Another”?
This is a common, but insubstantial bluff Linden car accident attorneys see. If your claim is worth $25,000 right now, it will still be worth $25,000 a month from now. Furthermore,_Read more