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Villani & DeLuca's blogs are a resource for local news and information pertaining to various legal topics. To see blog posts covering a particular practice area, select the appropriate link below. You can also view a list of the firm's most recent posts on all areas of law at the bottom of this page.
The information in these blog posts should not be construed as formal legal advice nor the formation of an attorney/client relationship.

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I Was Injured at Work – What Are My Rights?

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Jan 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

A work-related injury can leave you with expensive medical bills and lost income. You may be worried about losing your job or whether your injuries will prevent you from working in the future. Pain and worry over how you will pay bills if you are unable to work make for a stressful recovery, but...

A Fair Is Coming To A New Jersey Town Near You

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Jun 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

The summer season signals the start of fairs, carnivals, and festivals in the Garden State.  Keep yourself, children, and your family safe. This summer the excitement and thrill of amusement rides might be part of some of these fairs and carnivals in Monmouth County – Fair Haven Firemen...

Victims Rights in a Car Accident In NJ

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Apr 05, 2016 | 0 Comments

Under New Jersey's No Fault Act (N.J.S.A. 39:6A-1), drivers of registered vehicles in New Jersey are required to purchase auto insurance with Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. This insurance coverage will cover medical costs for those injured in an auto accident. The policy will co...

Who’s Responsible for NJ Summer Camp Injuries?

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Jul 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Summer camps are great for children to get outside and socialize with other kids when school is out (plus it gets them out of your hair for a few hours, right?). While Monmouth County and Ocean County camps are intended to give your children something active and productive to do, some can...

What to do After a Boating Accident in NJ

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Jun 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

A boating accident can be a very frightening experience, but knowing how to respond can help to save someone's life (and protect your legal rights). The laws in New Jersey can be confusing but having an experienced attorney on your side can help protect you legally. At the law firm of ...

When Animals Attack: At the Zoo

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Apr 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Zoos are supposed to be an educational place of fun and learning as families observe an array of fascinating creatures…living their lives at a safe distance away…under controlled conditions of course. But, unfortunately, caged wild animals, no matter how luxurious and spacious their living situat...

When Animals Attack: Common Household Pets That Bite

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Mar 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

When Animals Attack! was a popular television series in the 1990s that compiled graphic clips of various animals attacking humans – almost glorifying these terrifying unexpected encounters in a way only Hollywood can. The reality is, every year, thousands of Americans are bitten by animals — most...

Are Ski Lift Deaths And Injuries Common?

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Feb 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

The ski lift might be somewhat terrifying the first time you take one to the top of the mountain, whether it's in Colorado, upstate New York or New Jersey, but the truth is ski lift deaths and injuries are relatively uncommon. According to, you are more likely to die in an elevato...

NJ Personal Injury Claim Dismissed in Appeals Court

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Dec 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

NJ personal injury claims can get complicated and be easily dismissed without qualified legal guidance. One suit was recently overturned in an appeals court based on an inability to prove that the defendant should be held responsible for an injury that occurred at a high school baseball game. ...

Landlord Liability When a Tenant’s Dog Bites

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Sep 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Although a dog's owner is typically fully liable if his or her dog bites someone, the situation is more complex when the owner is a tenant of someone else's property.  Even though the landlord is not the dog's owner, New Jersey courts generally agree that “a landlord owes a duty to his tena...

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