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May 2019 Archives

SUV with 5 children hit by underage drunk driver

When May rolls around, people in New Jersey know that summer is just around the corner. The Memorial Day weekend is commonly thought of as the informal introduction of this season and a great time for families and friends to get together to celebrate each other. These celebrations often include a road trip or an outing to a popular destination. Unfortunately, some of these celebrations end in tragedy and sorrow instead of joyous memories.

Amputation prompts OSHA investigation, fines

People in New Jersey should be able to trust that when they go to work and do their jobs, they are in an environment that they can safely perform their duties in. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Some employers do not always make safety the priority it should be. When this happens, employees are at risk for being injured or made ill due to job-related incidents and environments.

Tips for what to do if you are in a multi-car crash

 When a two-car accident occurs on New Jersey roadways, identifying the person at fault is a relatively straightforward process. They are frequently the one who hit your car from behind, ran a red light or did not yield at a stop sign. However, determining the person at fault in a multi-car pile-up is more complicated. At Silvi, Fedele & Honschke Attorneys at Law, L.L.C. we often assist clients injured in a chain reaction car crash.

Benefits of making a living will

A living will is an essential part of your estate plan. It is also known as an advance health care directive. But this piece of estate planning is not concerned with assets and wealth. Instead, it helps you make your wishes about medical treatment and end-of-life care clear. 

Does a power of attorney have limits?

In planning for the future, some New Jersey residents set up a trusted friend or relative to be a power of attorney (POA) if the need should arise. In this relationship, the person who set up the POA is the principal, and the POA is the agent who carries out duties on behalf of the principal. Because POAs have wide ranging powers, some people might be nervous about setting up such a position. However, as powerful as POAs are, their powers do have limits.

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