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How Do Swimming Pool Accidents Occur in New Jersey?

Swimming is a pastime of several, and with Labor Day coming up and summer on its way out, many people will be taking advantage of their remaining pool days. It is important to be aware of the dangers that can occur if pool owners and swimmers are not careful. Swimming…
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What to Know About Bicycle Accidents in New Jersey

Bicycle accidents can be very serious and have long-lasting physical, emotional and financial burdens on those who were injured. If you were injured because of another's negligence while on your bicycle, you may be entitled to compensation. Reach out to our experienced New Jersey personal injury attorneys at Rubenstein, Berliner,…
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Parking Lot Accidents in New Jersey | What to Know

Contrary to popular belief, parking lot accidents happen frequently in New Jersey. If you were injured on the property of another, you may have the potential to recover damages for your injuries. The key to a successful personal injury claim is the ability for the injured to prove that the…
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What to Know About Escalator Accidents in New Jersey

If you are injured in an escalator accident, you can sustain serious, life-altering injuries. Read on to learn more about escalator accidents in New Jersey and how an experienced personal injury attorney can help you. How do Escalator Accidents Occur? The majority of escalator accidents involve premises liability or product…
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What to Know About Restaurant Accidents in New Jersey

Unfortunately, restaurant accidents are very common, and they can result in serious injuries. Read on to learn more about restaurant accidents.  How do Restaurant Accidents Occur? Restaurants are more dangerous than you may realize. For example, when waitstaff must carry hot foods around busy restaurants, it is easy for a…
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What to Know About Supermarket Accidents in New Jersey

Supermarket owners and employees are responsible for keeping shoppers safe at all times. To ensure the safety of customers, employees must conduct routine checks to ensure that no hazards arise. If these inspections are not conducted, or hazards are not fixed in time, shoppers can become seriously injured as a…
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