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Murphy Makes It Law — N.J. Drivers Can’t Get A Ticket For These License Plate Frames

  • May 10, 2023
  • Antonucci Law

Have a license plate frame proclaiming your love for pets, sports teams or anything else? The fear that drivers will get a ticket if the frame encroaches on the words “New Jersey” or “Garden State” on their license plates, will end under a law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

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Temporary Employment Agencies Are Still Flagrantly Violating The Law

  • Apr 26, 2023
  • nj.com

In February, Gov. Phil Murphy signed the Temp Workers’ Bill of Rights, a historic, first-of-its-kind law, that will bring oversight and accountability to an industry that desperately needs it. The law will grant basic labor rights to blue-collar temp workers who have worked in dangerous conditions for too long.

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Amazon’s Worker Safety Hazards Come Under Fire From Regulators And The DOJ

  • Apr 19, 2023
  • CNBC

For years, Amazon warehouse staffers have complained about unsafe working conditions and the injury risks they face. And, while Amazon claims its injury rate is coming down, facility-level data released last month from the U.S. Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration underscores worker concerns.

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When to Contact a Personal Injury Attorney

  • Apr 12, 2023
  • Antonucci Law

When you are injured, learning about your legal rights from an experienced Personal Injury Attorney as soon as possible can help you through what is a difficult and confusing time. It is important to reach out to an experienced Personal Injury lawyer for support and legal representation.

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Regulators crack down on Medicare Advantage charges

  • Apr 07, 2023
  • The Hill

Under the complex changes, set to roll out over the course of the next three years, CMS will enact what it calls “commonsense updates” to its payment model. This will include transitioning to using diagnosis codes that align with the rest of the health care system and implementing new data, which the agency says is more accurate at predicting health care costs.

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Most Bosses Say They Monitor Remote Workers, Some Via Live Video Feeds

  • Apr 06, 2023
  • CBS News

Most remote workers may not have as much privacy as they might think while doing their jobs from home. At the start of the pandemic, when virtually all white-collar professionals were sent home from corporate offices, many employers — leery of workers' self-discipline — invested in monitoring software to track their every move, lest they engage in personal activities while on the clock.

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Does It Pay To Be A Loyal Employee? Research Says It May Just Result In Extra Work

  • Apr 06, 2023
  • MarketWatch

A new study by a Duke University researcher looked at how hundreds of managers decided to dole out tasks - and "loyal" workers may want to take note.

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Electronic Vehicle Registration Approved For NJ Drivers

  • Apr 05, 2023
  • Patch

New Jersey drivers can now show police a digital version of their motor vehicle registration if they're pulled over or appear in court, the state Motor Vehicle Commission announced.

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What Is Pain & Suffering, and How It Impacts My Personal Injury Case in New Jersey?

  • Apr 05, 2023
  • Antonucci Law

“Pain and suffering” are critical elements of any personal injury case. A frequent question asked by our clients is “what exactly qualifies as pain and suffering and how does it impact my personal injury case?” Antonucci Law’s Personal Injury Attorneys provide our clients with detailed answers which take into consideration the clients’ personal facts and circumstances. If you would like to speak to one of our experienced personal injury attorneys about the specifics of your case as to all issues including pain and suffering, contact us today.

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Selem Antonucci Law: The Truck Accident Law Firm

  • Mar 22, 2023
  • Antonucci Law

When you are in an accident with a commercial truck, the damage to your property and your person can be far more severe than when you are in a collision with another passenger vehicle. How do you begin to navigate the complexities of pursuing compensation from a trucking company while you are recovering from your injuries? The experts at Antonucci Law can help. Keep reading to learn more about some important statistics about truck accidents, and if you have been hit by a semi-truck or other commercial vehicle, contact our track accident law firm in New Jersey for expert assistance.

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A New Child Labor Crisis In America

  • Mar 09, 2023
  • The New York Times

Slaughterhouses, construction sites, factories. A Times investigation has found that migrant children have been thrust into jobs in some of the most demanding workplaces in the United States. How did this crisis in child labor develop? And now that it has been exposed, what is being done to tackle the problem?

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Many employers don’t buy into pay transparency, study finds

  • Mar 05, 2023
  • Yahoo Finance

While more companies are offering pay ranges in their job postings, many are doing it begrudgingly. Many others don’t even see a reason why. A new Payscale survey found that 45% of employers now include that salary information in job ads, more than double the number (22%) that did a year ago. But 18% of those only do it when they are required by law, according to the report.

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Who is entitled to overtime? A new Supreme Court decision puts employers on notice

  • Mar 03, 2023
  • Yahoo Finance

CFOs are concerned about compliance risks. And at a time when talent, pay, and compensation are top of mind, the highest court in the U.S. is weighing in on employment laws. “Frankly, every employer should review their wage and hour compliance on a fairly regular basis because the laws are complicated, as evidenced by this Supreme Court decision; and the laws are subject to different interpretations and change,” says Alex Granovsky, a labor and employment attorney at Granovsky & Sundaresh PLLC.

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Forget quiet quitting — the newest trend is quiet hiring

  • Feb 28, 2023
  • New York Post

The latest workplace trend is coming in hot. Rather than hire new workers, employers are reallocating current employees to take on new projects or jobs within the company on a temporary or permanent basis. “I think [quiet hiring] is a phenomenal idea,” said Alex Salas, executive board member of Society for Human Resource Management’s New York City chapter, a professional HR membership association. “One of the things I’ve heard is people getting bored at their job.

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NJ Transit engineers are ready to strike over their wages, union says

  • Feb 17, 2023
  • nj.com

Locomotive engineers, who were a hot commodity for NJ Transit to hire four years ago, are upset with a salary offer from NJ Transit and may start voting with their feet, either by taking jobs with other commuter railroads that pay more, or going on strike, union leaders said. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen officials said the union could strike over negotiations that have dragged on for three years.

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Mars Wrigley Fined After Two Workers Fell Into a Tank of Chocolate

  • Feb 13, 2023
  • CNN

US regulators have fined Mars Wrigley, the maker of Snickers and Skittles after two workers fell into a tank of chocolate at its Pennsylvania factory last June. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined the confectionery and chewing gum maker $14,500 for the incident, which it described as “serious” in a report. “Employees of an outside employer, I.K. Stoltzfus Service Corp., cleaned tanks, including the Dove chocolate batching 20-micron tank, owned by the onsite/host employer, Mars Wrigley,” the report said.

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Older Workers are Fooling Themselves When it Comes to Work, Money and Caregiving

  • Feb 12, 2023
  • MarketWatch

Denial runs deep when it comes to money and retirement. Older adults are working longer, but at first blush they contend they are working because they want to. Only when pressed do they admit they need the money. That’s according to a study by Voya Cares, a program of Voya Financial Inc. that provides resources and advocacy for disability inclusion, and Easterseals, one of the nation’s leading disability and community services providers.

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NJ passes "Worker Bill of Rights" - covering both Temp and Warehouse Workers

  • Feb 06, 2023
  • northjersey.com

After months of lobbying and legislative wrangling, state lawmakers on Thursday approved a bill aimed at beefing up protections for warehouse workers and other temporary staff. The so-called “temp worker bill of rights” had failed to garner enough votes in the state Senate three times in recent months. But it finally won approval after Sen. Vince Polistina, an Atlantic County Republican, joined its Democratic supporters in a vote at the Statehouse in Trenton.

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Majority of workers regret quitting during 'great resignation'

  • Feb 03, 2023
  • Paychex

More than 47 million Americans quit their jobs in 2022, a phenomenon that came to be known as the "great resignation." Now, a majority of workers say they regret the decision, according to a new survey published Thursday.

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Should Doctors Warn Patients About the Downsides of Medicare Advantage Plans?

  • Feb 02, 2023
  • MedPage Today

Many doctors tell variations of this same frustrating story after every new year. A long-time patient shows up for a routine scheduled appointment with "great news." "Doc, I heard this terrific TV ad -- even had Star Trek's Captain Kirk -- about a better Medicare plan for me. So I called the number on the screen and an agent signed me up. He said I would save tons of money! So I dropped my drug and supplemental plans, and now my prescriptions, eyeglasses, and hearing aids will all be covered!"

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Red Flags To Watch For In Your Workers Compensation Case

  • Dec 14, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

When you are injured on the job, it is your employer’s worker’s compensation insurance company that is responsible for the payment of your medical bills, not your private health insurance carrier. Under the rules governing worker’s compensation law you must go to the medical provider designated for you by the workers compensation insurance company.

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Child Labor Violations Are On The Rise Throughout The U.S. - Including New Jersey

  • Nov 15, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

The horrendous exploitation of child labor dates back to the Industrial Revolution and was one of the motivations behind the passage of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. Recently, there has been a resurgence in child labor violations by business and industry.

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Is My Employer’s Workers’ Comp Insurance Company Spying on Me?

  • Nov 05, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

If you are involved in a workers’ compensation case and feel that you are being watched, you are probably correct. The odds are good that you are being observed by the workers’ compensation insurance company and in many different ways.

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How Rideshare Accidents Differ from Other Car Accidents

  • Oct 05, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

Due to the dramatic expansion of businesses like Uber and Lyft, commercially operated rideshare vehicles are more common on the road now than ever before. But, a collision with a commercial rideshare vehicle differs greatly from one with a privately owned vehicle. Should you get injured in a rideshare-related accident, here is what you need to know.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid after a Truck Accident

  • Sep 01, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

Tractor-trailers and large commercial vehicle accidents almost invariably result in serious injuries. However, no matter how serious the accident, it is important to try to avoid these major mistakes. Keep reading to learn 5 things you should avoid doing after a truck accident as well as how to receive the guidance and support you deserve.

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4 Mistakes to Avoid After Being Injured in an Uber Accident in New Jersey

  • Aug 01, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

Uber, Lyft, and similar rideshare services have become a normal part of daily life for many people. With so many of these types of vehicles on the road, being involved in a collision with a Lyft or Uber driver is common. It is important to understand how an accident with a car for hire differs from an accident with a driver who is using their own vehicle for personal purposes, and how those differences could impact any personal injury claims you might make. Here are 3 common mistakes that many people make after being injured in an Uber or Lyft accident in New Jersey.

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Workers' Compensation and Third-Party Claims

  • Jul 05, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

If you’ve been injured on the job, you need a law firm that can not only handle your workers’ compensation claim but one that can also identify and pursue any potential third-party claims that should be brought on your behalf. You may not be maximizing your recovery from a work-related injury if you overlook the potential for a third-party claim.

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Top-Rated Uber and Lyft Accident Attorneys in New Jersey

  • Jun 15, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

While every injury case is different, injuries caused by Uber and Lyft accidents have their own set of unique circumstances that are unlike any other accident-related injury. These cases often involve injuries to a passenger, and involve both personal and corporate insurance plans for the rideshare driver. When dealing with these complications in a no-fault state like New Jersey, it’s important that you work with a top-rated Uber and Lyft accident attorney, who understands the complexities of these kinds of accidents. Here’s what you should look for in an attorney for your rideshare accident injury.

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Compassionate Personal Injury Attorneys: Why You Need One in Your Corner

  • Jun 07, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

When selecting a personal injury attorney, there are many factors to be taken into consideration, such as experience, legal expertise, client reviews, and a proven record of success, however, one factor that many individuals overlook when seeking a personal injury attorney is compassion. At Antonucci Law, we believe that compassion and empathy are just as important when choosing a lawyer for your personal injury case.

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3 Common Causes of Car Accidents in New Jersey—And Why Your Coverage Matters

  • Jun 01, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

A car accident can happen to anyone at any time, and for a number of different reasons. But there are certain causes and conditions that make an accident much more likely to occur. Keep reading to learn what the 3 most common causes of car accidents are in New Jersey. We’ll also discuss why your accident coverage matters when it comes to having your injuries and medical expenses covered in a no-fault state like ours.

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Medical Treatment for your Work-Related Injuries: Why you need a Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

  • May 04, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

If you need medical treatment for a work-related injury, you’ll also need a Certified Workers’ Compensation Lawyer at your side in order to get the best possible medical care.

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Are you reluctant to file a workers’ compensation claim? Here’s why you don’t really have any other choice.

  • Apr 01, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

Many employees are reluctant to file a workers’ compensation claim. Some feel it would be disloyal to a good employer who has treated them well over the years. Others fear retaliation from a bad employer. Either way, an injured worker really doesn’t have any choice other than to file a workers’ compensation claim. Here’s why:

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Signs of Elder Abuse and What You Can Do about It

  • Mar 15, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

When you entrust others to care for your elderly loved one, you expect that they will receive the utmost medical treatment, dignity, and respect. Discovering that your loved one has been mistreated, abused, or deprived of proper medical care by a nursing home, assisted living facility, or another long-term care facility can be shocking and elicit a variety of emotions ranging from anger to sadness to guilt. It is important to know that preventing or stopping a cycle of abuse is possible with the right legal support. The following are some of the warning signs to look for to determine whether immediate legal steps are necessary.

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Important First Steps to Take after a Dog Bite Injury

  • Mar 01, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

If you or your loved one was bitten by a dog, it’s important that you take these appropriate steps as quickly as possible. Such actions can prevent medical complications from the dog bite injury and help protect your rights should you need to pursue a personal injury case. Here are the first steps you should take following a dog bite.

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When to Seek Wrongful Death Compensation for a Loved One's Death or Injury

  • Feb 15, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

No amount of compensation can make up for the loss of a loved one or seeing someone you love suffer. If a family member is killed by the negligence of another. You, as the spouse and/or dependent, may be entitled to receive compensation for the wrongful death of your loved one. Additionally, there are situations where an injured person cannot pursue a claim on their own, perhaps because they are a minor or mentally incapacitated.

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Injuries at Apartment Complexes in New Jersey: Who is responsible?

  • Feb 01, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

When someone is injured at an apartment complex, who is liable for that accident? Personal injury law and liability become much more complicated when an individual is injured in a New Jersey apartment complex because of the number of parties involved in the ownership, maintenance, and management of the property. Whether you’re a tenant or a visitor, it’s important to understand who can be held liable in a personal injury case.

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Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Coverage

  • Jan 15, 2022
  • Dennis M. Baptista, Esq. , Certified Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney

Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UM/UIM) is not a mandatory option on your auto insurance policy, but it is essential in order to protect you from drivers who have no liability insurance or have too little insurance to pay for all of the damages they may cause you in an accident.

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Common Tactics Insurance Carriers in New Jersey Use to Minimize Payouts

  • Jan 01, 2022
  • Antonucci Law

We like to think our insurance is there to protect us, and while that may be somewhat true, the fact of the matter is that insurance carriers are businesses. For many, their primary goal is to maximize profits and minimize expenses—and that means minimizing payouts, especially to third parties. If you’re injured by another driver or on someone else’s property, their insurance carrier will likely use many different tactics to try to minimize their payout to you. In some cases, they’ll do their best to avoid paying you anything. Here are some common strategies we’ve seen insurers use, and how we can help you combat these attempts to deny you what you’re owed.

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In an Accident with an Uber or Lyft Driver in New Jersey? What You Need to Know

  • Dec 29, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Ridesharing businesses like Uber and Lyft have become a part of many people’s daily lives. You can see these for-hire vehicles on the road every day, shuttling people to and from various destinations. But what happens when your Uber or Lyft is in a car accident with you as a passenger? Or what if you’re in a collision involving a ride-sharing vehicle? Here’s what you need to know about how these drivers are covered, and how you can receive compensation for any injuries incurred.

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Do You Have Enough Auto Insurance for Your Upcoming Holiday Road Trip?

  • Dec 14, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

This week, many people will be hitting the road and heading out to visit family elsewhere in the country. Whether it’s a trip upstate or a drive across the country, it’s important that you ensure your car is ready for the long drive. But we don’t simply mean checking your oil and tire pressure; you should also make sure that you have sufficient auto insurance to cover you on your long drive on potentially dangerous roads. We strongly encourage anyone taking a holiday road trip to review their insurance coverage, and keep the following items in mind while doing so.

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Is the Business Liable if You're Injured While Christmas Shopping in New Jersey?

  • Dec 03, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

The rush to finish holiday shopping before Christmas is upon us, and many people are hurrying in and out of stores daily. With stores so busy and so much foot traffic passing through, it’s not unusual for an accidental injury to occur in the stores you’re shopping at. Slip-and-fall accidents in particular are very common in-store injuries, and while some of these falls are minor, others can cause serious pain. If you fall and injure yourself while shopping inside a New Jersey store, could the business be held liable for your injury? Here’s what you need to know.

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Benefits of Raising Your Auto Coverage

  • Nov 26, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

In almost all states, New Jersey not being an exception, liability coverage is the commonly required level of auto insurance, and drivers must buy a minimum amount of liability coverage. Even though meeting a state’s minimum coverage requirements might be enough to get you on the road, chances are that you need more insurance than the state requires.

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Picking Proper Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage

  • Nov 15, 2021

Having enough auto insurance is critical and driving without insurance is against the law. Unfortunately, despite drivers knowing about the importance of auto insurance, many continue getting behind the wheel without insurance. Even for those who purchase insurance coverage, many do not purchase enough. Many auto accidents in New Jersey involve either uninsured or underinsured drivers.

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Health Insurance vs. Auto Insurance Paying for Medical Bills After a New Jersey Auto Accident

  • Nov 03, 2021

After an auto accident, medical bills can pile up quickly. If you get involved in a New Jersey auto accident and end up suffering injuries, you might be taken from the accident scene by an ambulance to the emergency room. Once at the emergency room, you will undergo an examination. After the examination, you might be admitted to the hospital. In the end, you might receive medical bills from, among others, the ambulance, ER, hospital, doctors, and other medical professionals who treated you. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you could be looking at tens of thousands or even more in medical bills.

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Benefits of Working with an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

  • Oct 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Personal injury lawsuits come in many varieties, from car accidents to slip-and-fall incidents and everything in between. But no matter the details of your personal injury claim, there is one thing that all such cases have in common—you can benefit from working with an experienced personal injury attorney. Keep reading to find out how we can help you with your case.

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New Jersey Workers Compensation – Explained

  • Sep 28, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Each state has its own Workers Compensation laws that differ in various ways from all of the other states. New Jersey is no exception but the basic principle of the “Grand Bargain” remains the same. Under the Grand Bargain, a worker surrenders his right to sue his boss and his co-employees for negligence should an injury occur at work. This happens by operation of law upon the acceptance of employment. In exchange for giving up that right, the worker is entitled to workers’ compensation benefits whenever injured on the job, even if the injury was the worker’s own fault.

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What to Do After Being Injured at Work in the New Jersey Area

  • Sep 24, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Work-related injuries are often complex issues because of the relationship between employee and employer. If you’re injured at work, who do you report it to? What’s the first thing you should do? How do you file a report with your employer? These are questions that many people don’t consider until an injury has already occurred in the workplace. If you’ve been injured at work in the New Jersey area, keep reading to learn what to do next.

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Why Your Recommended Car Insurance May Not Be Enough

  • Sep 21, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Many states have a minimum amount of required coverage for drivers, but what many drivers don’t know is that the basic required coverage is often not enough to offer any true relief to you if you’re injured in an accident. While we’re not a car insurance company, we’ve seen firsthand how insufficient coverage can prevent those injured through no fault of their own from receiving the complete compensation they need. Keep reading to learn why that basic recommended car insurance likely isn’t enough if you’re ever involved in an accident.

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When to Contact an Attorney Following a Serious Personal Injury

  • Sep 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Accidents happen. Sometimes, you’re going to get hurt where there will be very little you can do besides focus on the recovery. But, in some cases, your not-at-fault accident could require the assistance of a personal injury attorney in order to receive pain and suffering compensation that will help cover medical and related expenses. Use this checklist of questions to determine whether or not you should be getting in touch with an experienced attorney.

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How can you afford a car accident attorney?

  • Aug 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Imagine that you are badly injured in a car accident through no issue of your own. You are hurried to the medical clinic, where the specialists piece you back along with a few surgeries. You couldn't say whether or when you will be able to work once more. The hospital expenses are stacking up. You are falling behind on your mortgage, bills, and vehicle installments.

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How The Insurance Company Handles Your Personal Injury Claim

  • Aug 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

If you have endured a physical injury because of an accident, you may need to speak with an insurance agency to complete your personal injury claim before receiving your settlement. This conversation might take place after you are in a not-at-fault car accident where you might be negotiating with the vehicle insurance agency of the at-fault driver. If the injury took place following a fall at a supermarket, you will need to inquire about compensation options with the company's insurer. Either way, there are a few things you should know about the insurance process that will help you receive the full payment owed.

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Knowing the Difference Between a Car and Semi-Truck Accidents

  • Jul 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Car and semi-truck accidents both result in harm and destruction. However, the varying degree of injuries, damages, liabilities, involvement of insurance companies, and investigations largely differ. Being involved in either of these two unfortunate circumstances can cause a serious impact on one’s quality of life and career. This is why knowing what to do and who to call is important when faced with these tragic disasters.

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What Is Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists Coverage?

  • Jul 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

As a responsible driver, you have car insurance to give you peace of mind in case of a mishap. Lamentably, not every person is so careful. A huge number of individuals hit the road consistently without auto insurance. If you end up getting in a mishap with one of them, you could be on the hook for medical expenses as well as the cost to repair or replace involved vehicles.

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Understanding the Process of a Slip and Fall Injury Claim

  • Jun 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Serious slip and fall accidents can often be avoided when equipment and facilities are properly maintained or repaired. Imagine walking down the stairs in an office building and grabbing a loose handrailing for balance. Without a stable railing to hold onto, you fall down the remaining stairs and break your hip as well as hit your head. Such incidents are the result of a failure to exercise reasonable quality of care on the part of the property manager or owner. If you have recently fallen due to such negligence, here is what you can expect during your slip and fall injury claim process.

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Understanding Personal Injury as a Legal Term

  • Jun 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

You've perhaps heard the phrase, "personal injury" when referring to insurance claims. This is the legal term applied when someone has received an injury or suffered emotional harm as the result of someone else's actions. More to the point, personal injury is caused by carelessness, negligence, or the inability to avoid potential risk. However, there are many elements that can impact the outcome of an insurance claim or court case. Here is what you need to know about how the courts view personal injury.

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The Benefits of Hiring a Certified Civil Trial Attorney

  • May 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Accidents involving serious injuries can require expensive medical care and time away from your day-to-day responsibilities. If your injuries are due to negligence or reckless actions on the part of the other involved party or property owner, a certified civil trial attorney who specializes in fighting for the rights of the injured can provide experienced counsel on your options for recovering some of the medical costs and lost wages. Although the hope is always that an accident never occurs, if you are injured in a not-at-fault accident, remember these top benefits of working with a certified civil trial attorney.

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Reasons Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

  • May 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

When an accident happens, serious injuries are often the result. Whether it be a car accident or a slip and fall accident, the steps to take to recuperate owed compensation to cover your medical expenses can be overwhelming and debilitating. You may feel intimidated speaking with insurance adjusters, pressured to accept a reduced payment that does not cover your medical expenses or frustrated with the insurance claims process overall. The good news is you do not have to handle your insurance claim alone. A personal injury legal attorney can assist you through this process from filing the claim to receiving your payment in full.

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What to Expect in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

  • Apr 15, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

When an individual is associated with an accident that is caused by another party's carelessness, the injured party generally has the privilege to pursue a personal injury claim to recuperate remuneration for the harms that the person sustains. However, when the injured person dies because of such carelessness, a wrongful death claim might emerge.

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First Steps That You Should Take After an Accident

  • Apr 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

When you have a car accident, there are a couple of important things you need to do to ensure you are secured. First of all, stop if you are associated with an accident. It is your legal commitment. Even if you don't think there was any harm, you need to stop your vehicle.

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New Jersey Auto Insurance Consumers Have Rights

  • Mar 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

New Jersey car insurance customers have the power over types of components that impact the expense of their car insurance. Take control of the money you pay with these tips.

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Reasons To Exchange Insurance Info After An Accident

  • Feb 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

After a car accident, there are some actions you should make immediately. Those actions include pulling over, making sure everyone is alright and no one requires emergency medical care, reporting the accident to the police, and exchanging data with the other driver(s). Also, a piece of that information should include insurance data—particularly if you are not at fault.

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The Impact of Social Media on a Personal Injury Claim

  • Jan 01, 2021
  • Antonucci Law

Personal Injuries can incorporate numerous situations going from the more normal vehicle mishap to mishaps at work, mishaps in the open spots, cycling mishaps to serious injury like a spinal injury. You just never know when an injury could strike. If you are the casualty of personal injury through no fault of your own, you are entitled to pay.

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