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How To Prove Wrongful Termination in New Jersey

When an employer terminates a worker’s employment for an unlawful or unethical reason, it may constitute wrongful termination. Proving a claim for wrongful termination can be difficult, as many employees are considered to be “at will” and therefore can be terminated for any reason not contrary to law or public policy. If you’ve been fired for a potentially unlawful reason,…

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What You Should Do If Your Doctor Makes a Mistake During Surgery

Although “to err is to be human”, when a doctor makes a mistake, it can put patients’ health and lives at risk. If a surgeon causes harm to a patient due to a mistake, the law allows the patient to hold that doctor accountable for compensation and justice. However, holding a surgeon liable for an alleged mistake that occurred during…

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Attorneys from the Epstein Law Firm, P.A. Renamed to Super Lawyers List

The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. is proud to announce that four of our attorneys have been recognized for annual honors conferred by the Super Lawyers rating service and publication. Four Epstein Law Firm, P.A. Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers For 2021, four members of the Epstein Law Firm, P.A. have been recognized by Super Lawyers for their excellence and service…

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What To Do If You Are In An Accident With Uber In New Jersey

Rideshare services like Uber have exploded in popularity over the last decade as people have enjoyed the convenience of being able to summon a driver and vehicle with their smartphones. Of course, with more and more people taking Uber rides, that means more people who end up in an Uber that gets into a motor vehicle accident. If you were…

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Filing A Claim For A Workplace Accident In New Jersey

If you are injured in an accident at work, New Jersey law provides you with options for seeking compensation for your expenses and losses from your injuries. Continue reading to find out what they are and how an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer can help you throughout the process and file a claim for a workplace accident in New Jersey. Read…

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New Jersey Supreme Court Ruling Opens Door to Injury Suits Against NJ Transit

In a 4-3 decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of an injured bus passenger, holding that NJ Transit was subject to the heightened legal duties and safety standards imposed upon common carriers. Legal experts and injury attorneys predict the Supreme Court’s ruling will make it harder for NJ Transit to defend itself against injury lawsuits. Continue reading…

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The Top 10 Questions You Should Ask Your Insurance Adjuster

When you are contacted by an insurance adjuster following an accident or after you’ve filed a claim for an injury, it can seem like the adjuster is trying to help you get money. However, insurance adjusters are not on your side. They are solely looking out for the insurance company’s interests — namely, making sure that the insurance company has…

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Can Someone Sue for Slipping on Ice?

“Can someone sue for slipping on ice? It’s a question our clients often ask us during the winter season. A slip and fall accident on ice can leave a fall victim with serious injuries that may require extensive medical treatment and keep them out of work for an extended period of time. If you’ve suffered a slip and fall accident…

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What is Stockbroker Malpractice?

Like any other professional, such as a doctor, lawyer, or architect, a stockbroker can commit negligence, also known as malpractice, in furnishing their services to a client. A professional such as a stockbroker can commit negligence or malpractice when their service to a client fails to comply with the applicable standard of care in furnishing services to a client.  The…

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Frank O’Marra Steps Down as Executive Director of Bergen County Bar Association After 35 Years

Frank O’Marra, who has served as executive director of the Bergen County Bar Association, has stepped down from the organization as of January 22nd, 2021. He is succeeded by Jackie Guenego, who previously worked for the New Jersey office of Cancer Care as a professional fundraiser and event planner. O’Marra Leaves BCBA After 35 Years with Organization O’Marra, who turned…

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