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5 Most Common Places for Car Accidents

Whether you are a construction worker or work in an office, if you are injured at work, immediately report the accident to your employer and seek medical treatment from an employer authorized doctor.

When you get injured at work there are actions you need to take, as soon as possible, which are required by New Jersey Workers Compensation, our state’s program that provides for paid medical treatment, temporary disability payments, wage replacement and permanent disability compensation to employees who suffer job-related injuries or illnesses, and death benefits to dependents of workers who have died as a result of their employment.

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Breathalyzer Test

New Jersey has an implied consent statute that requires a driver to submit to breath testing upon an officer’s request. Failure to perform a breathalyzer test could lead to convictions for BOTH drunk driving and refusal.

It is always important to comply with an officer’s request to give breath samples. Any challenges to the procedures used or the machine itself are best made in court following review of the State’s evidence.

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How Long Does It Take To Resolve A Personal Injury Case In NJ?

It generally takes between 1 to 3 years to resolve a personal injury case. 

A personal injury case should not be evaluated or settled until it is determined whether the injured party has a permanent injury.  The compensation that lawyers obtain for their clients is for past, present and future pain and suffering, disability and impairment and the effect upon the quality and enjoyment of life.

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