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September 2017 Archives

Personal injury claim may follow intersection collision

Car accidents can happen to anybody, at any time. Unfortunately, drivers on New Jersey roads will always be vulnerable, even if they obey all the rules of the road. The reality is that there will always be another driver who violates rules that are meant to prevent crashes that result in personal injury or death.

Estate planning -- Is a Last Will and Testament really necessary?

New Jersey residents who want to ensure that their chosen beneficiaries receive their property upon their deaths might consider drafting a Last Will and Testament. Estate planning starts with a will, and dying without such a document will allow the state to choose beneficiaries who will then receive the decedent's property. Even if the person's estate plan is based on a trust, there will be a need for a will.

Family law: Staying together for the kids may not benefit them

There will likely always be parents in New Jersey and other states whose relationships with each other have deteriorated entirely, but they choose to remain together for the sake of the children. They might be unaware of recent international studies that confirm the findings of a 2012 American family law study. The consensus is that most children are not damaged by the divorce but rather by living in households where animosity is ever-present. In certain circumstances, children are better off after their parent's divorce.

Personal injury: Alleged drunk driver causes fatal rollover crash

A fatal accident investigations unit recently responded to a scene of a wreck that killed two New Jersey women. Authorities say this was a single-vehicle accident that was allegedly caused by the negligence of a drunk driver. The driver is now facing criminal charges, and she may also have to face civil lawsuits of personal injury and wrongful death.

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