Berry, Sahradnik, Kotzas & Benson

Why Are Whiplash Claims Often Denied?

You are stopped at a light when the car behind yours fails to stop and crashes into your vehicle. This is a classic example of the type of rear-end collision that often causes whiplash…more

| Personal Injury

New Jersey Court Sends A Message To Texters

A lot is being said these days about the dangers of distracted driving but a New Jersey appeals court recently said something no one in the country has ever said before: that someone who sends a text message to a driver can be…more

| Personal Injury

What To Expect At A Deposition

If you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, you may be told that the opposing attorney wants to depose you. This does not mean removing you from power as the ruler of a foreign country, although that is one of the…more

| Personal Injury

When Bystanders Just Stand By

Imagine you are driving on a snowy winter night. Suddenly your car skids on a patch of ice and crashes into a pole, sending you hurtling through the windshield onto the sidewalk…more

| Personal Injury

Can I Be Legally Liable For My Own Workplace Injury?

One main reason for workers’ compensation is to provide the coverage for medical attention employees need regardless of who is liable for the circumstances that caused injury or illness. That being said, there are some occasions…more

| Labor & Employment Law, Worker’s Compensation

What Types Of Benefits Does Workers’ Comp Provide?

An on-the-job injury covered by Workers’ Compensation could be anything from a bruised thumb to the complete loss of both hands, from a twisted ankle to an accidental death. Each injury calls for an appropriate level of benefits…more

| Worker’s Compensation

Why Do I Need A Lawyer If I Have No-Fault Insurance?

In theory, no-fault auto insurance lowers premium costs by reducing the number of claims insurers have to defend in court. Rather than force injured people and their insurance companies to determine liability before compensating…more

| Personal Injury

What Constitutes Fraud Under NJ Workers’ Compensation Law?

A simple definition of workers’ compensation fraud is any activity that prohibits the fair payment of valid claims for workplace injuries or illnesses. However, it is important to understand that fraud can be used to collect…more

| Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury, Worker’s Compensation

Safer Car? We Have An App For That

Mechanical defects can contribute to car accidents. Worn out brakes or mechanical defects from the factory can lead to equipment failure on the road…more

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