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Answers To Often Asked Questions About Child Custody & Support – Spring & Summer 2011

Many people have questions about child custody and support. Here are answers to some often asked ones. Q. Who makes child custody decisions? A. A judge. But if the parents agree who gets custody, the judge usually accepts their choice. If the parents can't agree, the judge decides, based on what is best for the child. Read the full newsletter. … [Read more...]

Aronberg & Kouser Obtains 7-Figure Jury Verdict In Premises Liability Case – Fall & Winter 2010

After 2 full trials and several years of litigation, the law firm of Aronberg, Kouser, Snyder & Lindemann successfully obtained a 7-figure verdict from a jury in Burlington County on August 2, 2010. On December 12, 2005, a resident of an apartment complex slipped and fell on ice in the parking lot in the vicinity of his parking space. Read the full newsletter. … [Read more...]

What You Should Know About DUI / DWI – Spring & Summer 2010

One of the most common types of criminal offenses is driving under the influence (DUI), also known as driving while intoxicated. DUI is against the law in every state and is a serious crime, as it endangers not only you but others on the road. Here is information about DUI, as well as steps to take if you are stopped by the police for allegedly driving while intoxicated. Read the full newsletter. … [Read more...]

Tips For Lowering The Cost Of Your Car Insurance – Fall & Winter 2009

It’s a common complaint – “My auto insurance costs too much!” But it may not have to be that way. There are several easy steps you can take to save money on your car insurance. Here are tips Compare rates from many companies. companies Rates for the same coverage vary between insurance companies, so shop around for low rates (some states regulate rates, so prices won’t differ). Read the full newsletter. … [Read more...]

Been In Two Auto Accidents? Use The Same Attorney For Both – Spring & Summer 2009

Over the past several months, many clients have asked questions concerning involvement in more than one accident, especially within a relatively short period of time. The question most asked regarding this topic is whether one should have the same attorney for both (or even more than 2 cases). The answer is yes, yes, yes. Having multiple claims within a short period of time, especially if one is still open, raises many difficult questions. Read the full newsletter. … [Read more...]

Do You Have Enough Uninsured Motorist Insurance? – Fall & Winter 2008

Auto accidents involving drivers who have little or no insurance are common. According to insurance industry statistics, nearly 15% of all drivers do not carry insurance. In some states, the percentage of uninsured drivers is as high as 25%. People who are in an accident with a driver who has little or no insurance are often shocked to learn they will recover little money (often none) for their injuries and losses. Read the full newsletter. … [Read more...]

Nursing Home Admission Agreements – Fall & Winter 2007

Part Two of A Three Part SeriesBy Joseph Musso, Esq. Depending upon the size and affiliation of the nursing facility, an admission agreement (or admission contract) may be from four to ten pages or more. Some contracts are all inclusive. Other contracts are shorter with additional papers that have to be signed separately. Examples of additional paperwork not included in the smaller contract, but have to be signed, would be authorizations to photograph the resident or request for beautician … [Read more...]

Our Practice Focus
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Personal Injury

When you have been injured because of the carelessness or negligence of another person, you want an experienced and aggressive lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected.
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Medical Malpractice

When you seek medical attention, you anticipate that at a minimum your condition won’t worsen because of the carelessness or negligence of physicians, nurses or other medical personnel.
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Workers’ Comp

In most instances, in the aftermath of a work-related injury you have the right to seek monetary benefits under state workers’ compensation laws, so that you can recover lost wages and medical expenses.

Family Law & Divorce

We understand that family law matters can be highly emotional, and that different solutions work for different clients.

Many people have the idea that when we file a lawsuit, we are suing the person. We are not. We are suing the insurance company that the person has been paying to protect them against a loss like this. The insurance company that this person has been paying for quite some time.

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