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July 2016 Archives

Why seek help with your workers' compensation claim?

Most employers in New Jersey and across the country are required by law to supply insurance for potential work-related injuries, disabilities and deaths. If you have been injured while on-the-job, or if you have lost a loved one, these workers' compensation benefits can be extremely valuable when it comes to you receiving the medical and/or financial care you and your family need. Unfortunately, some may struggle receiving the full benefit to which they are entitled.

GM auto defect car crash victims may seek compensation

Whether one resides in New Jersey or elsewhere, it is not uncommon to hear of auto recalls. When manufacturers are informed of an issue, they have a responsibility to take the appropriate actions to ensure that their product is safe. Unfortunately, numerous individuals may be hurt or even killed before a fix is available. Years ago, GM was made aware of an issue with ignition switches on some of its vehicles which resulted in multiple auto collisions. Unfortunately, GM auto defect car crash victims were blocked from seeking compensation after the company filed for bankruptcy in 2009.

Truck accident in New Jersey kills 1, injures 2

The truck driver believed responsible for the death of a young man in New Jersey is in police custody. According to reports, the trucker fled the scene after his vehicle struck a car, leading police on a chase in Elizabeth. After the initial truck accident, several other cars were hit, one head-on, killing one person and injuring two others.

2 killed in alleged DWI accident in New Jersey

The driver responsible for tragic car accident that killed two individuals in New Jersey last August has been charged. Authorities claim he was driving while intoxicated when the crash occurred. If this is the case, the surviving family members of the victims of this alleged DWI accident may be entitled to seek compensation for their losses.