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Who Is Liable When You Slip and Fall on the Sidewalk?

Out of all the different types of personal injury claims that an individual could be involved with, the most common is a slip and fall accident. There are thousands of slip and fall accidents every year, and while the majority of them occur in the home, it is also possible that you will fall and […]

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Nursing Home Negligence Lawsuits: Medication Errors

When we’re faced with the difficult decision to place an elderly relative in a nursing home, we hope that they will receive the level of compassion and care that they deserve. Unfortunately, mistakes can happen in a nursing home, particularly related to medication. Medication errors can be serious for anyone but can be especially dire […]

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Homeowner’s Insurance and Injuries: What You Need to Know

When someone sustains an injury on another person’s property, the homeowner’s insurance company is responsible for compensating the injured person if they file a personal injury claim. Here, we’ll discuss how insurers treat certain types of injuries and what to expect from an insurer’s liability coverage. Whether you were injured on another person’s property or […]

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I Fell At My Apartment Complex, Do I Need a Lawyer?

If you fall at your apartment complex, of course, you can try suing your landlord. Whether you win the case or not depends on the specific situation, though. Here, we discuss various situations and whether or not pursuing a slip and fall case is a worthwhile endeavor. If you have been injured in a slip […]

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Can You File an Injury Lawsuit if You Fall on Ice?

Winter is a wonderful time of year, especially here in the great state of New Jersey. However, it also brings about a lot of dangers that aren’t present other times of the year. Snow and ice make everything a little more hazardous, especially if you are driving on snowy roads or walking down sidewalks with […]

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work injury claims are very different from personal injury claims

Work Injury vs Personal Injury Claims, What’s the Difference?

Many people who get hurt in the course of employment find themselves confused as to how to go about filing a claim for compensation. Certainly, you’ve filed all the right forms and reported the accident to your boss, but what happens next? If you disagree with the results of your claim, does it fall under […]

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Personal Injury Attorney |Peter N. Davis | Paterson | New Jersey

How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help After a Fall

Thousands of people are injured from “slip and fall” accidents every year.  Many of their injuries are serious enough to prevent them from being able to work—and provide for their families—and perform routine daily activities. Victims of slip-and-fall accidents in the Paterson area should consult with a Paterson personal injury lawyer to see what, if […]

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Nursing Home Abuse in Paterson | Peter N. Davis & Associates

How to Find the Right Nursing Home in Paterson

Families with elderly relatives sometimes must make the decision to send their loved ones to a nursing home to best ensure their care. This is often difficult no matter who you are, and if you suspect possible nursing home abuse, it is important that you move swiftly. The following tips from the legal team at […]

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Pool Accident | Peter N. Davis LLC

How to Avoid Pool Accidents This Summer

As a homeowner, you are legally responsible for keeping your pool safe and secure.  You can be held liable if someone is injured or dies on your property, even if that person has trespassed. Your pool is your responsibility, and that involves monitoring it and protecting it from people you do not want to use […]

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Nursing Home Abuse | Peter N. Davis & Associates LLC

How to Spot the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

According to the CDC, or Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are nearly two million senior citizens currently in the care of nursing homes in the United States. This number only stands to grow as people live longer and our population increases. As unfortunate as it may be, too many of these folks do […]

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