New Jersey residents who slip, trip, or fall on someone else's property may be wondering what the next step is. We at Lieberman, Ryan, & Forrest LLC, we find it important to help you understand who can be held responsible for these accidents and what possible compensations may be available to you.
New Jersey workers should always check to see if their employer has workers' compensation insurance. If you get hurt on the job, and find out later that your employer isn't insured, you could have trouble getting money to pay for your medical care.
As children across New Jersey are heading back to school, the roads surrounding their schools could be some of the most dangerous in the area. A new study has found that highly-trafficked roads put school children at risk from distracted drivers.
New Jersey motorcyclists may have heard of this common tip: to avoid motorcycle injuries, you should lay your bike down. However, is this practice really as safe as people seem to think? Will it really save you from further injury?
Some employers consider themselves exempt from the New Jersey requirement to provide workers’ compensation coverage. Employers may claim to be outside the scope of the law because they only pay independent contractors or subcontractors for services rendered. For employers who claim to be exempt due to the independent contractor status of workers, they must meet all the requirements of New Jersey law.
Motorcyclists in New Jersey are required by law to wear helmets, but the country actually has a patchwork of laws regarding helmets.