Anyone who owns a car in New Jersey is required by law to purchase car insurance. A car insurance policy can be purchased through a local insurance agent or in some cases through a car insurance company directly. Selecting your car insurance can be expensive (New Jersey is one of the highest in the United States) and confusing.
Dear Ask the Attorney: I slipped and fell on ice on a sidewalk this winter and was injured. What are my legal rights? W.D. Dear W.D.: At this time of year, given the severe weather of snow and ice, it is not uncommon for someone to slip and fall on […]
Dear Ask the Attorney: The other day I was in a 5 car chain-reaction accident. A car plowed into another from behind, who then hit the car in front of him, who then hit me, causing me to hit the car in front of me. There were injuries including me. […]
Out of the anxiety, uncertainty, and fear associated with being involved in an automobile accident comes the added confusion as to one’s rights when asserting a claim for bodily injuries. You may have previously heard terms, such as “No Fault,” “PIP,” “Verbal Threshold,” and/or “Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist.”