FAQs About Personal Injury Lawsuits

Personal Injury Lawsuits

People have accidents every day. Whether you are involved in a vehicle accident, a slip-and-fall or an animal attack, accidents can happen anywhere. If you were injured, you may have to ask yourself if someone else was at fault. Is someone legally responsible for your injuries? To file a personal injury lawsuit, another person or institution must break his or her duty of care and act negligently. What Does Duty of Care Mean? One of the most common examples of duty of care involves a grocery store. If you are in a…

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New Jersey Real Estate Shopper

New Jersey Real Estate Shopper

Overview If you are planning to settle down and buy a home, New Jersey should be at the top of your list. Most areas in New Jersey have low crime, great schools and wonderful supporting and self-sustaining communities. Many places in New Jersey have the infrastructure in place to enable daily commute to New York and Pennsylvania metro areas. Real Estate When shopping for residential real estate, consumers have a wide array of areas and price ranges to choose from. For example, consumers should expect to pay more in the north east…

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A QUICK WORD ON SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS

Introduction: Special needs trusts are truly special. In general, trusts are governed by state law. Special Needs Trusts are governed by federal and state provisions. These trusts are heavily regulated and reviewed. Therefore, only a qualified attorney should be used to create a special needs trust.   Special needs trusts permit a disabled or elderly to qualify for public benefits. These trusts are sometimes referred to as special or supplemental needs trusts. The term "special" or "supplemental" is interchangeable. The primary distinction of such trusts is whether the special needs trust is…

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NEW JERSEY NOTICE REQUIREMENTS IN RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES

  This article is intended as a brief guideline to folks wishing to invest in real estate that is subject to a tenancy. In layman’s term, this means purchasing a residential property that has at least one rental unit. A multi-family property that is occupied by an existent tenant is attractive to some home buyers who are frightened by the long-term mortgage commitment, or rather the possibility of not being able to keep this commitment at some point.   First, an owner-occupied multi-family property is a solution for those with little savings,…

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COMMON PATENT MISTAKES FOR DO-IT-YOURSELF INVENTORS

I can write my own patent. At first sight, drafting a patent is may be easy. Many inventors have tried their hand at drafting their own patent applications. Some have succeeded, often with mixed results. As a patent attorney, I have assisted those for whom patent prosecution did not work out so well. Some inventors write their own applications. Others recruit cheap freelancers from a plethora of project sites. Often these writers are based in third world countries where the writer is not a native English speaker. The product of these initiatives,…

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