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July 28, 2020
Congratulations are in order for Attorney Michael Epstein who has recently been included in Marquis Who’s Who. Mr. Epstein has been included as a result of his accomplishments, visibility and prominence in his field. Learn more about this wonderful recognition and Attorney Epstein below. What is Marquis Who’s Who? Established back in 1899, Marquis’ Who’s Who has detailed the lives… Read More Experts Are Warning Against New Threat This Summer
July 23, 2020
The current Coronavirus pandemic has forced summer vacations across the country to look a bit differently this year. Many states are requiring New Jersey visitors to self-quarantine upon arrival, which means that more and more families are postponing their annual trips until it’s safe to travel. As a result, families are looking for relaxing and cost-effective forms of entertainment, especially… Read More What Should I Do if I Believe My Parent is a Victim of Nursing Home Abuse?
July 10, 2020
One of the most difficult decisions a person will make will be when they decide to move their parent to a nursing home. The decision is never taken lightly and for many families, it’s often a last resort when their loved one can no longer safely or adequately take care of themselves. There are countless guides on the internet that… Read More Can I File a Claim for a Bicycle Accident?
July 3, 2020
Summer is in full swing here in New Jersey and while things are a tad different due to the Coronavirus pandemic, one thing’s for certain: outdoor activities still reign supreme. Bicycling is nothing new in the Garden State. Our state parks, boardwalks and beautiful landscapes make for a pretty picturesque ride. However, New Jersey is a highly populated state and… Read More Can I Sue for a Dog Bite If I Was Partially At-Fault?
June 28, 2020
Dogs are known to be man’s best friend. We treat our dogs like family. Despite the close bond many of us share with our dogs, it’s important to remember that just because they’re domesticated, doesn’t mean they can’t be dangerous. Dogs are still wild animals and can display aggression if they’re feeling scared, in pain or threatened. Dog owners have… Read More How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
June 20, 2020
After you’ve made the decision to file a personal injury claim, one of your biggest questions will be how much money you will receive. It’s an important question to ask. After an accident, injured individuals are often unable to return to work, which can create a huge financial strain on a family. In addition to missed time from work, injured… Read More Supreme Court Bans Employer Discrimination Against LGBT Community
June 16, 2020
The LGBT community earned a big win today as the Supreme Court ruled that any employer who fires an employee for being gay or transgendered is in direct violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which when originally enacted in 1964, protected individuals from discrimination in the workplace based on race, color, religion, and national origin. The decision… Read More Does My Injury Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?
June 11, 2020
In order to qualify for workers’ compensation, your injury or illness must have been sustained in the course of, or arose out of, your employment. Simply put, if you were engaged in activity that was for the benefit of your employer at the time you were injured or became ill, you would likely be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Learn… Read More Medical Malpractice FAQ
June 5, 2020
When someone undergoes surgery or consults with a medical professional for a diagnosis, they expect to be treated professionally with their best interests in mind. After all, medical professionals signed an oath to uphold ethical standards. But when a doctor or other medical professional or establishment fails to practice within the standard of care, that’s when it’s time to move… Read More How Does Workers’ Compensation Work in NJ?
May 25, 2020
Workers’ compensation laws vary from state to state. In New Jersey, the law requires all employers, other than Federal employers, to carry workers’ compensation coverage or an approved self-insurance program. An employer cannot escape this requirement based on the number of employees they have. The only workers excluded from coverage are those who work as independent contractors and are not… Read More