Children and Personal Injury Claims

child accident lawyer New JerseyWhile every parent hopes they never need to see their child suffer through an injury, children are just as susceptible to the negligence of others as adults. With that being said, the process for bringing a personal injury claim on behalf of a child has several differences from that of an adult’s personal injury claim. The differences in the processes exist to protect the more sensitive rights and well-being of the child. Continue reading “Children and Personal Injury Claims”

Beware of Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Lawsuits in New Jersey

A common phrase that is often associated with personal injury is “statute of limitations.” In a legal context, a statute of limitations refers to a body of law determined by an individual state which provides a period of time that limits legal action. Statutes of limitations are enacted to essentially protect defendants from being sued for an incident that occurred a number of years ago. If a plaintiff attempts to file a lawsuit past the allotted time frame, given by a state’s statute of limitations, they will be barred from doing so, in accordance with the law. Continue reading “Beware of Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Lawsuits in New Jersey”