Protecting yourself in New Jersey Municipal Court with a Civil Reservation

New Jersey Supreme Court defines procedure for civil reservations The New Jersey Supreme Court has issued its decision in Madia vs Kuskin clarifying when a civil reservation is valid and enforceable. We will discuss the implication of this case below, but first, it
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Defendant Wins Appeal After Sentenced to Jail

New Jersey Municipal Court Defendant Successful on Appeal After Sentenced to Jail and License Suspension for Careless Driving In this particular case, the municipal court judge sentenced the defendant to a suspension of driving privileges for ninety days, fines and costs totaling
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Legal Roundup: Texting and New Jersey Law

Texting and the evolving New Jersey Law Last week I had the opportunity to speak with KYW’s Dave Madden about the implications of texting someone who is driving after the Kubert v Best decision.  Many of the firm’s clients and my friends
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Update: Legislator Moves to Curb Texting Liability

Monmouth County Assemblywoman to Introduce New Legislation in Aftermath of Controversial Texting Ruling from New Jersey Appellate Court One of this week’s most widely-discussed news stories — both in New Jersey and nationwide — originated from a New Jersey Appellate Court. You’ll
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Rick DeMichele Interviewed by Dave Madden on CBS News Radio

KYW’s Dave Madden Gets Rick DeMichele’s Thoughts on New Texting and Driving Decision in New Jersey Yesterday the New Jersey Appellate Division released it’s decision in the Kubert vs. Best case.  The case dealt with civil or tort liability of a sender
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Motorcycle Accidents: Often Two Cases in One

New Jersey victims of motorcycle accidents might need to undertake multifaceted court case on the road to recovery Whether you broke your wrist tripping on a cracked sidewalk or suffered a leg fracture while exiting an amusement park ride, a personal injury accident can be
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How does the New Jersey “Verbal Threshold” Affect My Personal Injury Case?

When buying a New Jersey auto insurance policy, New Jersey drivers are compelled to select either the “verbal threshold” or “zero threshold” option.  In actuality, unless you affirmatively choose the “zero threshold” you are given the “verbal threshold”. Mos people are encouraged to select
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