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July 2018 Archives

Wrongful death lawsuit filed against defunct flight school

Anyone that has ever participated in an activity in Ocean County that could be viewed as dangerous may likely have been presented with a liability waiver prior to doing so. Things like flying, sky diving, scuba diving or parasailing carry with them certain risks, so it may be understandable why the companies that sponsor such activities may want to limit their liability. That limitation typically comes from participants recognizing that what they are doing is potentially dangerous and thus assuming responsibility for any outcomes that may result. Do liability waivers and agreements, however, protect companies in instances where they may have been negligent? 

What Is Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy?

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a  serious medical condition that can occur after a person sustains repeated head injuries. This condition can cause lifelong effects and has even been associated with an increased risk of depression and suicidal thoughts. The Mayo Clinic offers insight into CTE and the impact it can have on people, including risk factors and associated symptoms.

What are the responsibilities of an injured employee?

Any kind of injury has the potential to traumatize a victim. Getting hurt is not just physically painful—it is often emotionally taxing and financially straining as well. The impact of an injury might be even worse when it happens at work. You were simply trying to do your job, but instead, you suffered an injury that might make you unable to work for a while. What do you do, and what are your responsibilities? 

How do you revoke a will in New Jersey?

Those who see to their estate planning early on in their lives in Ocean County are to be commended. Yet circumstances can change over time, and the wishes and desires of a testator may evolve with them to the point of him or her wanting to completely change his or her earlier will. Yet often times it may not be enough for your family member or friend to simply amend his or her old will; rather, the entire document may need to be completely revoked. The question then becomes how does one do that. 

Reviewing New Jersey's dram shop laws

Given the danger that drunk drivers pose to other motorists in Ocean County, you might question how is that such people are allowed to driver after drinking. You might expect one's friend or acquaintance to not allow him or her to get behind the wheel after having had one too many, yet what about those establishments that serve alcohol to patrons? Should they share in the liability if those patrons then drive and subsequently cause accidents? Such is the question that many have brought to us here at Silvi, Fedele & Honschke Attorneys at Law. 

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