According to the last ascertainable statistics from the New Jersey Department of Transportation, in 2017, there were 270,231 motor vehicle crashes that were reported in the state. A total of 61,753 people were injured in those crashes, while 591 people died in them.
In most employment situations, employers and employees have an at-will arrangement, meaning both can end the relationship at any time, for any reason, and are not required to give notice. However, in some situations, employees have signed contracts.
Medical malpractice is one of the most complex types of personal injury litigation. It involves an alleged breach of an applicable standard of care for a patient that was committed by a doctor, other health care professional or hospital.
A will is a legal document that designates a person as an executor (administrator) to effectuate the instructions of the person who made the will upon his or her death.
Sometimes, an allergic reaction or other harm can be caused through the use of a defective product, but what exactly makes a product defective? Essentially, a product is considered defective when it can be shown that the harm might not have been caused, if the manufacturer had provided “reasonable instructions or warnings” as to the nature of the product.
It can be incredibly stressful and frustrating when a product that you have purchased lets you down. This is particularly true when the safety of your children is compromised as a result of a poor quality product.
Automobile accidents happen all too often on the U.S. highways, many times occurring due to no human error. These crashes can leave official accident investigators puzzled during the collision reconstruction process.
Pharmaceutical drugs are designed to treat illness and extend people’s lives. However, in many cases, drugs can do more harm than good. If a prescription drug hurt you, then you can call a New Jersey product liability attorney.
A sudden termination from your workplace can lead your mind swirling with thoughts, and many people in this situation want to know if their case qualifies for wrongful termination. There are only certain cases where your case meets the guidelines for an illegal termination in New Jersey.
To meet the qualifications for a toxic tort case, an individual must have been caused harm or damages as a result of being exposed to dangerous substances. Such substances may include chemicals, drugs, or pesticides.