Recent Posts in Wrongful Death Category

  • What is the FMCSA?

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    25 Oct. 2016

    As you are likely well-aware, there are millions of motor vehicle accidents in the United States each year. While trucking accidents are less common than standard car accidents, negligent truck drivers place innocent drivers and passengers in harm’s way each and every day, and this danger cannot be ignored. If you’ve had your driver’s license for some time, think, have you ever ...
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  • Emergency Room Errors: A Form of Medical Malpractice

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    10 Dec. 2015

    If you've ever walked into an emergency room, there's a good chance that you were asked to fill out papers and then wait. You may have had to wait hours, with dozens of people in line before you. In other words, your situation may have been treated like anything but an "emergency." We bring our children to emergency rooms when they have high fevers, when our kids fall and hit ...
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  • Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in New Jersey

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    1 Oct. 2015

    Wrongful death suits are perhaps some of the most heartbreaking personal injury suits for surviving family because they involve a preventable and accidental death caused by negligence. Each state has enacted its own laws that govern wrongful death claims, and we are providing a summary of New Jersey's laws below. New Jersey defines a wrongful death as one caused by another's wrongful act ...
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  • How Do I Know if I Have Grounds for a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    19 Aug. 2013

    There is very little more tragic than losing someone you love. In cases where a loved one's death was caused as a result of another person's negligence, neglect or intentional wrongdoing, you may have grounds to file a wrongful death lawsuit. A wrongful death lawsuit is the legal process through which surviving family members can recover compensation to help offset medical expenses, ...
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