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What crimes can be expunged in new jersey?

September 22, 2020

New Jersey gives certain individuals who have been arrested and convicted of a crime the ability to wipe their record clean after serving their sentence and proving that they are a productive member of society. This process, called expungement in New Jersey, is particularly helpful for offenders committed to a law-abiding life, as a criminal record can follow a person for the rest of his or her life and adversely impact his or her ability to seek education, employment, or housing.  What Is Expungement? Expungement is a legal process that results in the court issuing an “order of expungement,”…

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Child custody laws in new jersey

September 10, 2020

New Jersey’s child custody laws govern how parents can seek custody, set rules for visitation, and establish guidelines for courts to follow in determining a custody arrangement between parents. In addition, New Jersey’s child custody laws also permit grandparents to seek a court order entitling them to visitation rights, under certain circumstances. If you are separated from your child’s other parent, it is critical that you understand the child custody laws in New Jersey. The Two Types of Custody Child custody under New Jersey law is divided into one of two types: Physical custody, which is where the…

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What is the divorce process in nj?

August 28, 2020

When one or both spouses make the decision to seek a divorce, they may not initially realize that they are getting themselves into a potentially long and complex process, especially if the divorce ends up at trial when the spouses cannot come to an agreement on the issues in their divorce. If you are considering a divorce in New Jersey, you should familiarize yourself with the process of divorce in New Jersey courts.  Filing a Divorce Complaint Divorce proceedings begin when one spouse files the divorce complaint with the court; that spouse will be designated the plaintiff, while the…

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What to expect after a first time dui in new jersey

August 8, 2020

Being arrested for DUI for the first time can be a scary experience for any person. You may have thought that you were okay to drive, or you may recognize that you made a mistake in getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. You may understandably be worried about the consequences that being charged and convicted for a DUI will have on your personal and professional life; you may not know what you can do to help yourself. Fortunately, a single mistake does not have to negatively impact the rest of your life. You should know what to expect…

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Are pedestrian accidents increasing despite less vehicular and pedestrian traffic due to covid?

July 31, 2020

Pedestrian accidents in New Jersey are, tragically, nothing new. Back in 2019, the Garden State was actually named the worst state in the country for pedestrian accidents. The report showed that pedestrian fatalities had tragically increased by 35 percent when compared to recent years. Law enforcement are currently investigating a recent accident that occurred on Tuesday, July 28th in Evesham Township where a pedestrian was struck around 3:00am while crossing Route 73. The victim is currently in critical condition.  Experts have attributed these types of accidents to various actions such as distracted driving and crossing a road where it’s…

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Experts provide warning of popular summertime activity

July 10, 2020

It goes without saying that the Coronavirus pandemic has forced summer vacations to look a little bit different this year. With many families still working remotely and new travel restrictions put in place, more and more New Jersey residents are clicking pause on their annual vacations until it’s safe to travel. As a result, the pool industry has boomed. According to the NPD Group, pool sales have increased by 160% this year. However, this surge has caused several industry experts to speak up against the dangers that swimming pools and the current pandemic have presented.  Surge in Child Drowning Incidents…

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My workers’ compensation claim was denied. what should i do?

June 27, 2020

No one files a Workers’ Compensation claim for the fun of it. You’re filing a claim because it’s necessary to continue supporting you and your family while you’re unable to work. Life doesn’t pause after you’ve been injured at work; the mortgage still needs to be paid, bills are still coming in, as are any costs associated with your injury such as medical bills and copays. When you’re unable to work and collect a paycheck, filing a Workers’ Compensation claim is one of the most important steps you can take to find financial relief. But what if your claim was…

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What does pain and suffering mean in a personal injury case?

June 25, 2020

There are a few key terms you’ll hear in a personal injury case, such as liability, damages and pain and suffering. While liability and damages may be easier to define, pain and suffering is a bit more tricky. What exactly IS pain and suffering? What does it entail? And is it something that the injured party can sue for?  What is Pain and Suffering? Pain and suffering is a general damage that refers to the physical and emotional anguish someone suffered as a result of their injury. The law recognizes two types of pain and suffering: physical and mental.

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May 4, 2020

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Covid-19 workers’ compensation for medical office workers

April 30, 2020

As many states are shutting down non-essential businesses during the current coronavirus pandemic, these states are designating medical offices, such as doctor’s offices, dentist’s offices, and physical therapists, as essential services that can stay open during stay-at-home orders. As a result, medical office workers must continue to come into contact with members of the public in the course of treatment, potentially being exposed to someone with coronavirus, especially if that person isn’t displaying symptoms. Although many coronavirus infections result in mild to moderate cold- or flu-like symptoms, a sizable portion of those who are infected with the virus do develop…

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