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Tips for Preventing a Halloween Pedestrian Accident
Halloween is one of the most exciting holidays for many children, as they get to dress up in fun costumes and trick-or-treat around the neighborhood to collect candy. However, Halloween is also one of the most dangerous days for children. With so many children walking around for trick-or-treating, the rate of pedestrian accidents on Halloween skyrockets. If you and/or your…
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What to Do If You Slip and Fall in the Grocery Store
With thousands of products and dozens of pieces of equipment that can create spills and leaks, grocery stores are one of the most common locations for slip and fall accidents. If you were injured after slipping and falling while shopping at the grocery store or supermarket, here is what you need to know about pursuing your legal rights to financial…
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Nursing Home Neglect – Common Types of Neglect
If you and your family have a loved one who resides in a nursing home, you should familiarize yourself with the common types of nursing home neglect and what the signs of neglect look like. This can help you and your family keep your loved one safe and react if your loved one ever becomes the victim of neglect.  What…
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Halloween Safety Tips for Drivers and Pedestrians
Halloween is an enjoyable holiday for children and families, with kids getting to dress up in costumes and get candy out trick-or-treating. Older teens and adults may also get to go to costume parties. While many people go out and enjoy their Halloween evenings, the holiday also poses risks for trick-or-treaters and other pedestrians.  Why is Halloween So Dangerous for…
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4 Tips for Sharing Child Custody on Halloween
When separated or divorced parents are putting together their parenting plan, they may negotiate custody or parenting time for holidays such as Easter, Thanksgiving, or Christmas. However, Halloween is another holiday that is important to many children that may get overlooked by co-parents. If the October holiday is not addressed in your and your ex’s parenting plan, there are tips…
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What Injured Workers Need to Know Before Returning to Work
Returning to work after an injury is always difficult, especially if you’ve been away from your job for an extended period of time. Your treating doctors may tell you that you’re okay to return to work even if you don’t personally feel like you can do your job. However, when you are medically cleared to return to work, you must…
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How Do You File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in New Jersey?
What to Do After You’re Injured at Work Notify Your Employer This is the first step in filing a workers’ compensation claim. A verbal notification is enough, but it is recommended that you submit a written notification, as well. Remember that you are required to report the incident to your employer within 90 days of the accident or you lose…
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Who Gets to Stay in the House During a Divorce?
You will likely have a lot of questions while navigating your divorce. In addition to who gets child custody or how assets are divided, many couples also wonder who gets to stay in the house during the divorce. The answer is: it depends. Who Gets the House In a Divorce? Whether or not the house is considered joint property determines…
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How do I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in New Jersey?
You never walk into work expecting to get hurt. For those of you who have recently been injured while on the clock, you’re most likely facing lost wages and expensive medical bills. Unfortunately, life doesn’t stop after you’ve been injured, and it can be extremely overwhelming to deal with the onslaught of costs associated with being out of work. In…
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