No workplace is completely safe from the threat of injury. Even at an office job, workers can fall off of their chairs, trip and hit their heads on the corner of a cubicle or slip on a wet spot while chatting with colleagues next to the water cooler.
If you or a loved one suffered a serious injury in a slip-and-fall event, you'll probably have a lot of questions. Mainly, these questions will center around whether you can pursue a claim for damages and how much money you could potentially recover.
Being a parent isn't easy when it feels like there's a potential danger for your child lurking around every corner of the neighborhood. Sometimes, these dangers can even be present in the home, in a friend's home or in a park when it comes to the risks of getting attacked by a dog.
The colder temperatures are ushering in wintry weather. Even when there is snow and ice on the roadways, life must continue. This means that you need to get ready for driving on snowy roads so that you are able to do so when the time comes.
Business owners have a legal obligation to keep their premises safe. This means that businesses, their managers and employees need to keep an eye out for slip-and-fall hazards at all times.
New Jersey parents have to be Jacks of all trades. In the evenings you become a math, English and science tutor. You're also a cook, a chauffeur, a fashion coordinator, a makeup artist, a psychologist and a best friend. There are also times when you need to be a doctor, like in the case of an injury or accident.
Imagine your spouse suffered a debilitating injury after getting into a serious car accident. She's now unable to walk, and she'll be paralyzed for the rest of her life. In addition to the great compassion you feel for what she has to go through, you also need to think about yourself.
When it comes to dog attacks, getting bitten can come with serious health consequences. Dogs have been known to cause severe injuries -- even deadly injuries -- to children, adults and the elderly in the state of New Jersey.
Do you go on a run every morning and worry about getting bitten by a dog? New Jersey runners and bicyclists are especially at risk of dog attacks. Dogs love a moving target and if they think you're in their space, they could attack.