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Hurt on the Job? How to Tell if You Need an Attorney
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Hurt on the Job? How to Tell if You Need an Attorney
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Some jobs are more dangerous than others. Sometimes, it’s just a bit of bad luck that results in an injury. Other times, you might suffer an injury through negligence—or your injury is severe enough to affect your ability to work. It’s important to protect your legal rights, and there are several steps you can take…

Why Should You Hire a Local Attorney?
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Why Should You Hire a Local Attorney?
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When dealing with important legal matters, it is vital that you procure the services of the finest legal minds available. While it might seem logical to employ large city-based firms, if you’re not living in the area in which they operate, you may be severely hindering your case. A local attorney will be a better…

Bankruptcy Law in New Jersey: A Summary of What You Need to Know
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Bankruptcy Law in New Jersey: A Summary of What You Need to Know
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Filing for bankruptcy is not as uncommon as one might think. While bankruptcy may sound confusing or frightening, like all legal processes, there are clearly defined rules for how one navigates bankruptcy. This article will provide a general overview explaining how to file for bankruptcy in New Jersey. Hopefully, this crash course will ease some…

What is a PCR Motion in New Jersey and What Can it do For You?
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What is a PCR Motion in New Jersey and What Can it do For You?
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When you hire an attorney to represent you in a criminal case, you are placing your life in their hands, sometimes literally. But what happens when your attorney fumbles that ball and, through a series of preventable mistakes, causes you to lose your case and subsequent appeals? Is all hope lost? Are you doomed to…

Breathalyzer or Not? What Happens if You Refuse to Take a Breath Test?
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Breathalyzer or Not? What Happens if You Refuse to Take a Breath Test?
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What does NJ law say? New Jersey takes DWI/DUI very seriously. The state also maintains an implied consent law, which means that by holding a NJ driver’s license, you automatically give consent to a chemical test or breathalyzer if suspected of driving under the influence. Implied consent New Jersey’s implied consent law specifically states that…

Most Common Cases that Appear in New Jersey’s Municipal Courts
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Most Common Cases that Appear in New Jersey’s Municipal Courts
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Over six million cases are filed in New Jersey’s 539 municipal courts each year. Often, these cases are resolved out of court by paying a fine; but paying a fine is an admission of guilt. No one likes to find him or herself in municipal court, but sometimes it’s inevitable. More serious offenses–those known as…

New Jersey’s Most Common Traffic Violations and Tickets
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New Jersey’s Most Common Traffic Violations and Tickets
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There’s nothing like the flash of blue and red lights and a sudden wailing siren to start your pulse racing and send an unwelcome jolt of adrenaline coursing through your body.  According to a study conducted by the Harvard Health Watch, the average American spends over an hour driving each day. Who hasn’t sped up a…