• October 27, 2019
  • Blog
NJ Car Accident Statistics

On this page, we’re reviewing the numbers associated with New Jersey’s car accident rates, the causes, and why it’s crucial to get legal representation. There are hundreds of fatalities each year in New Jersey as a result of car accidents, and thousands more are injured. The New Jersey Department of Transportation reported 270,231 car collisions…

  • October 26, 2019
  • Blog
PA Bicycle Laws

This page entails an overview of Pennsylvania’s bicycle laws and what cyclists need to know about. All cyclists should have a comprehensive understanding of the rules of the road and their personal responsibilities while traveling throughout Pennsylvania. This knowledge can help people avoid tickets, fines, and potentially severe accidents. On this page, we are going…

  • October 25, 2019
  • Blog
Dealing with Drivers Who Have Road Rage

Understanding how to approach road rage within other drivers and we can go a long way in terms of avoiding car accidents. There’s little doubt that road rage happens all too often and can be extremely dangerous. Occasionally, anxiety behind the wheel in traffic situations can bring out the very worst in people. Although it…

  • October 23, 2019
  • Blog
Burn Injuries After a Car Accident

Here we’ll discuss the common types of burn injuries that occur after car accidents, in addition to common complications, treatment plans, and what plaintiffs must do in these types of personal injury cases. There can be a multitude of injury types when someone is involved in a serious car accident. Injuries commonly include fractures, injuries…

Pennsylvania Pedestrian Laws

Like most states, Pennsylvania requires drivers to pass a written and practical test in order to obtain a driver’s license. Obviously, no such test is required to be a pedestrian — which may leave some people unfamiliar with our state’s many laws governing walking in and around traffic. Understanding these laws is important, particularly given…

Workers’ Compensation vs. Personal Injury Claims

Which is Right for Me and My Case? When you or a loved one sustains a workplace injury of any kind, it makes sense that you’ll have a ton of concerns about your physical and financial recovery. You may also wonder what is available for you and your family in terms of your monetary losses…

E-Cigarette Burns

E-cigarettes are growing in popularity amongst young people everywhere, and so are the number of burns and product liability lawsuits associated with them. A growing number of people in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have been using e-cigarettes, or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), which has subsequently resulted in a rise in concern about the overall…

New Jersey Bicycle Laws

It is important to think about the “rules of the road” when it comes to biking. Many people just hop on their bikes and go. Yet New Jersey does have a fairly comprehensive set of laws regarding bicycling in our state — and each of these rules is designed to keep us safe. While biking…

Pennsylvania Scooter Laws

If you’ve visited Baltimore, Hoboken, New York City, Plainfield, Keyport, or Washington, D.C., you may have seen people zipping around on electric scooters. These scooters are a lot of fun, and are a low-cost way of getting around. So why don’t we have them in Pennsylvania? The answer is relatively straightforward: Pennsylvania law does not…

New Jersey Pedestrian Laws

Everything you need to know about the laws and your legal rights as a pedestrian, and driver, on the streets of New Jersey. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) consistently publishes pedestrian safety statistics. The NHTSA calculated that a pedestrian collision happens once every seven minutes. The number of pedestrian deaths per year equates…