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Determining Child Support in the State of New Jersey

In New Jersey, the right to receive child support is the right of the child, not the parent. All parents in this state are obligated to contribute to the support of their children, regardless of their marital status. The amount each parent must contribute is dependent on several factors. In most cases, the child support obligation of a parent is calculated using the NJ child support guidelines. Certain expenses are included in the child support guidelines, such as clothing and entertainment, … [Read more...]

What If My Work Injury Was My Fault?

Many people mistakenly believe that if a work injury is their own fault they are not entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits.  This is simply not true.  Under New Jersey Workers' Compensation law, you do not have to prove fault to be entitled to benefits as long as an injury or illness arose out of and in the course of your employment.  It should be noted that you are not entitled to benefits if your employer can show that you intentionally injured yourself. Anytime your are injured at work, … [Read more...]

What to Do When Injured at Work

If you suffer a work injury, it is important that you report it to a supervisor or the human resource department as soon as you are able to do so. If you think you may require any sort of medical care it is important that you request it at the time that you report the injury. If you fail to report an injury within 90 days of the incident, you will find it much more difficult to get Workers’ Compensation benefits and you may in fact miss out on benefits to which you otherwise may have been … [Read more...]

Your Rights If Hurt On The Job

On the job injuries are common. If you have an injury or illness from your job, you may be entitled to money under workers' compensation laws. The injury may be from a single act (like getting hurt in a fall or getting in a car accident while making deliveries) or it may be from exposure  to activities at work (like hurting your wrist from doing the same motion constantly or hearing loss from constant loud noise). Workers' compensation laws help make sure injured workers have money to care … [Read more...]

Family Law Facts with Gabriella B. Ferri Esq.

Does emancipation automatically occur at the age of 18 in the State of New Jersey? Unlike many other states, there is no automatic emancipation of a child at the age of 18. In order to emancipate a child in the State of New Jersey, either a motion must be filed with the court, or a consent order must be entered into by both parents. Because of the fact-sensitive nature of an application for emancipation, experienced legal representation can be invaluable. When will a court find that a child is … [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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