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Being injured on the job can be a very frightening experience. Many New Jersey employees who are injured or become ill on the job and unable to perform work are eligible for workers’ compensation. Working with a skilled workers’ compensation attorney... Read More

Last year, heroin-related overdoses caused 225 more deaths in New Jersey than car accidents and it’s continuing to get worse according to recent statistics. In fact, heroin deaths have been on the rise for more than four years in New Jersey.Heroin-related... Read More

There’s no shortage of entertainment at the Jersey Shore. In fact, more than 60 music festivals are scheduled throughout the summer. Events include a tour with the band Mumford & Sons in Seaside Heights, Point Pleasant SummerFest, Oceanfest in Long... Read More

Many New Jersey seniors are gearing up for graduation season and looking forward to the house parties that often accompany the ceremonious occasion. But, it’s important to note, if alcohol becomes a part of those special events, both the parents and... Read More

While teachers have to go through many requirements for a career in education; for some, criminal records are a common hurdle to overcome. School employees in New Jersey require a criminal background check conducted through the Federal Bureau of Investigation... Read More

A real estate license is the lifeblood of every agent. Yet every year, thousands lose their licenses. Some are considered criminals, others may be considered incompetent, yet others may be victims of unfortunate circumstances. At Villani & DeLuca... Read More

Heading out to a nightclub at the Jersey Shore this weekend? Disturbances can often occur outside of bars and clubs in which police will be called in to break up a developing fight. These situations are not uncommon in Ocean or Monmouth County and can... Read More

Everyone leaves small clues (like fingerprints) all over the internet; and leveraging social media is just one of many ways law enforcement officials have been collecting evidence from social media to help them solve crimes. Surprise…self-incriminating... Read More

Arrested? Were You Read Your Rights?Many who have faced arrest often argue that they were not “read their rights” when they were in custody. These “rights” are called Miranda Rights. At the time you are placed under arrest, the officer must read... Read More

“Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice is facing federal prison time for fraud. Now, according to NJ.com, he either has to take a plea or go to trial for state fraud charges that began with a DUI.New Jersey has charged Guidice with fraud... Read More

When a juvenile is arrested for a criminal offense in New Jersey, the case is referred to the county Superior Court’s Family Division where Juvenile Conference Committees and Intake Service Conferences are conducted as diversionary measures.  JCC’s... Read More

When adopting a pet, you may not be thinking about the potential problems your new companion may cause with your insurance carrier.   But it is important to understand that you can be denied homeowner’s insurance because of a dog or, more specifically,... Read More

After completing a divorce proceeding, individuals sometimes decide that they would like to have a fresh start and move to other parts of the country where they can begin the next chapter of their lives. If a mother or father has residential custody of... Read More

Although drunk driving is responsible for over 30% of all auto fatalities in New Jersey, cell phone usage is another major source of car accidents, especially among teens.  Statistics by the New Jersey Department of Transportation show that in 2011,... Read More

On June 25, 2014, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous decision that police cannot search a suspect’s cell phone without first obtaining a warrant.  This ruling is based on a 2009 case in California, in which a man named David Riley... Read More

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