Advocacy groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving appeal to the collective public conscience for enacting and enforcing tough drunk driving laws. Yet there may also be a financial incentive, according to a recent article. The data, compiled by the Centers for...
Month: October 2015
One goal of a workers’ compensation policy is to restore an injured employee after a workplace accident. Regardless of fault, the policy is designed to provide treatment and benefits after the injury.Ideally, workers’ compensation packages will provide the...
If a New Jersey motorist collides with a pedestrian who is crossing at a location other than a crosswalk, is any personal injury claim subject to a contributory negligence attack?Under New Jersey law, such a claim could be defeated only if the pedestrian's...
The Social Security Administration’s website proclaims that it is possible to apply for disability benefits online, and includes a link taking readers to a related page. Such one-click accessibility may create a presumption of ease when it comes to filing for...
New Jersey law requires all employers who are not covered by federal programs to have workers’ compensation coverage. Alternatively, an employer might also qualify for self-insurance. Either way, state lawmakers recognize the importance of providing medical...
On Behalf of Lieberman, Ryan & Forrest, L.L.C. | Oct 2, 2015 |
Has drug-impaired driving become as much of a threat to driver safety as drunk driving? Recently published data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggests this possibility.To be precise: over one-third of people who died in fatal motor vehicle...
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