Personal Injury Lawyer Newark NJ


Unfortunately, people get hurt in Newark accidents through no fault of their own.When they do, it is important that they seek the assistance of an experienced Newark NJ Personal Injury Lawyer.Super Lawyers is an organization that ranks the best lawyers in Newark and throughout New Jersey.Attorney Daniel Sloan has been named to its Rising Stars list since 2016.He has recovered millions for his clients.

Newark NJ Personal Injury Attorney – Call (908) 358-2938

Personal injury cases are complex and winning them requires an understanding of all aspects of the law in New Jersey.Handling them on your own is not advisable.Defense attorneys and insurance adjusters have a great deal of experience handling injury claims.It is important to have experience on your side too.On behalf of the client, the Sloan Law Firm will focus on:

§Getting medical bills paid
§Recovering compensation for pain and suffering
§Recuperating lost wages

The Sloan Law Firm handles many…

ABCs to an Injury Case in New Jersey

For those injured in a car accident in Essex County, New Jersey, it is important to consult with a New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney as soon as possible.Most NJ personal injury lawyers will provide a free initial consultation and work on a contingency fee basis so there is really no downside to consulting with one.It will give you an opportunity to review your rights and responsibilities.
As soon as an auto accident occurs, word of the accident spreads pretty quickly.Generally, the police find out immediately as someone calls them from the scene.Later, a police report is generated and made available to the public.If there are injuries reported to the police at the scene, the police will call an ambulance to take those injured to the hospital unless they refuse treatment.Those requiring an ambulance and a hospital visit often forget that auto insurance is the primary insurer in NJ for the medical bills incurred from the accident unless health insurance was previousl…

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Point Schedule

NJSA point schedule
SectionOffensePointsNew Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway and Atlantic City Expressway27:23-29Moving against traffic227:23-29Improper passing427:23-29Unlawful use of median strip2All roads and highways39:3-20Operating constructor vehicle in excess of 45 mph339:4-14.3Operating motorized bicycle on a restricted highway239:4-14.3dMore than one person on a motorized bicycle239:4-35Failure to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk239:4-36Failure to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk; passing a vehicle yielding to pedestrian in crosswalk239:4- 41Driving through safety zone239:4-52Racing on highway539:4-55Improper action or omission on grades and curves239:4-57Failure to observe direction of officer239:4-66Failure to stop vehicle before crossing sidewalk239:4-66.1Failure to yield to pedestrians or vehicles while entering or leaving highway239:4-66.2Driving on public or private property to avoid a traffic sign or signal239:4-71Operating a motor vehicle on a sidewalk239:4-80…

Essex County NJ DUI Law

In Essex County and throughout New Jersey, drunk-driving is taken very seriously.Anyone driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or higher is guilty of driving under the influence (DUI)/driving while intoxicated (DWI).However, a driver whom the police believe is impaired by alcohol can also be found guilty of DWI / DUI.Police officers are trained to detect driver impairment as a result of alcohol and a person can be convicted based upon an officer’s observations alone.
The penalties for driving while intoxicated/driving under the influence are severe.Those convicted of drunk driving face stiff fines and surcharges, loss of driving privileges and possibly incarceration.Subsequent DWI / DUI convictions may result in even higher fines and mandatory jail.
Blood Alcohol Level (BAC) of .08%-.09%
Imprisonment: Up to 30 days
License suspension: 90 Days
Fines: $250 – $400 plus fees
Surcharge: $1,000 a year for 3 years
Intoxicated Drive…

Essex County NJ Marijuana Possession Law

WHY DO I HAVE TWO TICKETS FOR MARIJUANA POSSESSION? Those arrested for drug possession in Essex County and throughout New Jersey are frequently arrested while in their car.As a result, the police will typically issue a traffic ticket for marijuana in the vehicle in addition to the separate offenses of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia

In Essex County, NJ, possession of any amount of marijuana without a valid prescription is a crime even if you have no amount of marijuana in your system.It is very common for those arrested for marijuana possession to have their matter heard in municipal court.This is because marijuana possession less than 50 grams is a disorderly persons offense.Many times, those arrested for marijuana possession are also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia as well because the police find the marijuana in a grinder or other paraphernalia.Drug paraphernalia is also handled in municipal court…