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Arrested for N.J.S.A. 39:4-50Many people who receive a speeding ticket in New Jersey simply pay it and chalk the event up to their lead foot. In the case of drug or alcohol-related traffic citations, however, you may want to think twice about leaving... Read More

When two people go through a divorce it can be an emotional, time consuming, and very stressful process. When children are involved it can become even more difficult; not just for the parents, but also for the children – no matter their age. A child... Read More

When a patient visits the doctor’s office, hospital, emergency room or even a free medical clinic, they are expecting to receive a certain standard of medical care. Unfortunately, this standard of care can vary and in some cases, be the basis for a... Read More

Pets enrich our lives in many ways, but unfortunately, they can also be the cause of injury. Dog bites alone injure more than 4.7 million people every year. When injuries from domesticated animals occur (cats, reptiles, even exotic animals), the victim... Read More

Facing a restraining order is indeed a stressful situation and the entry of a final restraining order (FRO) in NJ has real and permanent consequences. A restraining order by definition will stem from a domestic violence situation, and will result in restricted... Read More

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

Despite knowing the New Jersey law, year after year, residents often buy fireworks in Pennsylvania and bring them back home. Most garden state residents know that buying, selling or distributing fireworks in NJ is illegal, but there are those who may... Read More

Hiring an attorney does not have to be a fearful experience. Instead, it can be the most empowered decision you ever make for yourself. But, how do you choose the lawyer that’s right for you and your case? And find one that will help you understand... Read More

Humans naturally don’t want to be restrained. Our fight-or-flight survival mechanism (also known as fight, flight, freeze or fawn response) is a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event, attack or threat to survival.... Read More

Anyone with access to tv and the internet probably knows more about the Kardashian clan than they know about their own family. The family has fully broadcasted their ups and downs as well as weddings and divorces on Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality... 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

Most people know that convicted felons can’t own guns. This is based on state and federal laws that make it illegal for an ex-felon to possess firearms. New Jersey regulates the possession and use of concealed weapons, including guns and explosives;... Read More

It’s uncanny how the simple sound of a phone ringing can induce anxiety in someone who owes a debt. Is the person on the other end of the line going to be unpleasant, demanding, or just plain rude? Will they make threats? Will someone show up at the... Read More

We have faith in companies to produce safe products, and we should be able to. After all, businesses are bound by codes of ethics, and overseen by regulatory agencies. Even still, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recalls hundreds of products every... Read More

Every seven minutes, another pedestrian is injured in a collision, according to new research published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Moreover, the United States sees at least one fatal pedestrian accident every two hours.... Read More

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