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March 2014 Archives

Owner of a motel could face premises liability suits after fire

No matter how safety-conscious a motel property owner is, accidents may still occur. Guests should feel secure in knowing that the establishment is safe. Recently, a motel on the New Jersey shoreline caught on fire shortly after 5:30 am. What happened after that could lead to premises liability suits against the motel owner.

3 injured, including New Jersey trooper, in car accident

As many New Jersey residents already realize, an accident can happen at any time. There is, sadly, no way to predict when or how a car accident may take place. Even for the most trained and experienced of drivers, any crash can become fatal.

Police lieutenant sentenced in fatal car accident

Most would agree that no one knows the rules of the road better than New Jersey and other police officers do. They must not only enforce the traffic laws, but also set an example for all citizens by following the laws they enforce. Unfortunately, even police officers do not always follow the rules, and that can have fatal consequences in the form of a car accident.

Nestle's voluntary recall may result in personal injury claims

It can sometimes be hard to find a hot meal when on the go. One product that might come to mind, other than fast food from a drive-thru window, may be Hot Pockets. Two types of the microwavable stuffed and pastry-covered sandwiches that many New Jersey residents may enjoy for meals or snack times have been recalled. If all of the products are not recovered in time, the company could face personal injury claims.