Lawyer in Your Corner

Technology and its Impact on the Road

Each year technology advances to cater to our simplest or most complex needs. While there are advances in medicine, space and all other areas of life, the one we frequently come across is the one in our pocket – our cell phones. Each year they become smaller, have longer lasting batteries, and adapt to our […]

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Driving Tips For Winter Weather

While car crashes can occur at any time of the year, driving in the winter requires more caution. New Jersey has already seen a few snowfalls and there are still two months of winter left. Snow can impact visibility, traction and the speed of drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 17 percent […]

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Do Not Resuscitate or Do Not Intubate

The hospital staff didn’t want him to go. They honestly thought that he really didn’t want to let go himself. After all, he had spent the last month telling them about the little grandkids. The staff could see the love— a hospital room with flowers and get well cards. But he had a different idea. […]

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Phones are Ringin’ All Over Town

A New Jersey Judge, disagreeing with two other Judges, has written that it should be for a jury to decide if Martina McBride is really “an artist”. Judge Clarkson S. Fisher wrote that, “It seems obvious that not everyone who dons a cowboy hat and boots and elicits a sound from a guitar is an […]

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Happy New Year from the LMLTOO Personal Injury Department

2017 was another great year for the P.I. department. We recovered more than $2.5 million in verdicts and settlements. We owe much of that success to our associate, Christina, and our paralegals, Diana and Stephanie. Time and again our clients compliment them, and thank them for how responsive they are. And, as always, our success […]

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A Halloween Nightmare for Consumers

Average Joe is about to get withdrawal symptoms if he tries to sue his bank. The Unfair Fight Against The Banks Vice President Mike Pence visited the Senate to cast a tie breaking vote on a bill that will restrict victims of banking fraud from filing lawsuits against banks. If President Trump signs it into […]

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