In many parts of the country, this has been an especially difficult winter with unusually cold temperatures and significant snowfall. This can increase the chances of crashes in different ways, whether ice covers the road or a driver’s visibility is adversely affected by heavy snowfall. Moreover, this may also necessitate snow removal, which could lead to a collision for a number of different reasons. During the winter, people who live in areas that see dangerous road conditions should be especially vigilant and mindful of some of the other risk factors that are associated with this weather.
Anyone can get hurt at work. Although people associate workplace injuries with particularly dangerous career paths, such as construction, even office workers or those delivering pizza for a living can get hurt on the job. Anyone hurt at work likely has the right to file a claim for workers' compensation benefits in New Jersey.
Winter can hit New Jersey pretty hard sometimes, and when it does, you have to be alert and ready to keep the sidewalks in front of your home clear and safe. Whether it is a huge storm or just a few flurries, snow can create a slippery mess on sidewalks. If someone falls and suffers an injury, you could face liability issues, so you want to be sure you keep your sidewalk clear of snow and ice.
New Jersey residents just like you interact with dogs on a daily basis. Any dog from the neighborhood's friendly pup to a stranger's pooch on a leash could possibly end up being a danger to you, however. Lieberman, Ryan & Forrest, L.L.C., are here to help you through the aftermath of a bite attack.
You already know that some dog attacks can be tragic. Many residents of New Jersey and elsewhere have been mauled by other people’s family pets. Homeowners’ insurance is meant to cover injuries that happen in someone else’s home, but ownership of certain kinds of dogs may mean that the homeowner can’t be insured.