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  • Why Do Police Impound Cars After An Accident?

    If your car doesn’t work after an accident, the police might tow it away, particularly if you’re too hurt to have it towed yourself. Alternatively, if you are able to handle the phone calls at the scene, the police might allow you to choose the tow company and destination of your vehicle. Usually, most people read more
  • Are You Held Liable When You Help an Injured Person in a Traffic Accident?

    If you witness a car accident, your first instinct may be to help a victim who sustained an injury. However, most people wonder whether being a good samaritan can expose them to liability. Most people call 911, check for injuries, and calm the victim while waiting for an ambulance. Often, good samaritan statutes provide immunity read more
    • Firm News
    • April 15, 2024
    • by Jeff Varcadipane

    Varcadipane & Pinnisi, P.C. Obtains $1.5 Million Settlement for Injured Construction Worker – As published in Verdict Search

    Varcadipane & Pinnisi, P.C. Obtains $1.5 Million Settlement As published in Verdict Search: Santiago VS report Construction is a risky industry, but it is also necessary for our society. Construction workers do all of us a critical service and put their health and lives on the line each day. When they suffer injuries on the read more
  • Flu-Like Symptoms After a Car Accident

    Many types of car accidents, including rear-end accidents, head-on collisions, and roll-over accidents, result in severe injuries and fatalities. Sometimes, a minor collision can cause life-altering and hidden injuries. Signs of an external injury, like a broken arm, are immediately visible. However, symptoms of particular injuries are delayed and appear read more
  • What Happens After a Car Accident That Is Your Fault?

    Car accidents are an unfortunate reality on our roads. No matter how careful and responsible a driver you are, accidents can still happen. And sometimes, you may find yourself at fault for the accident. It’s important to understand what happens after a car accident that is your fault, especially in New Jersey, where specific laws read more
  • How Long to Get a Settlement Check After Signing a Release?

    Getting a settlement check can take a few weeks and up to a month after signing a release in a personal injury case. The total time for receiving a settlement check may vary depending on the applicable administrative procedures and the case’s value. Once you reach a settlement agreement, the insurer will perform audit checks read more
  • What Is the Difference between Negligence and Malpractice?

    Patients trust medical providers with their lives whenever they seek treatment in health facilities. Therefore, medical standards expect healthcare providers to perform their duties with utmost care and professionalism. If a medical provider fails in this duty, you can bring a malpractice claim to hold them accountable for injuries they cause. When a read more
  • How Long After an Accident Can You Sue For Your Injuries?

    Many victims of New Jersey car accidents obtain compensation after an insurance claim. However, some insurers deny insurance claims or make lowball offers, forcing the victim to file a lawsuit to pursue a fair settlement offer. However, you must adhere to the New Jersey statute of limitations, which requires injured car accident victims to file read more

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