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Daniel M. Santarsiero

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Verbal Threshold or Limitation on Lawsuit on Car Insurance

When choosing car insurance options, you may not be aware that you have a choice to accept “verbal threshold” or “limitation on lawsuit” options. Sometimes referred to as “limitation on lawsuit,” the verbal threshold means that you voluntarily waive your right to sue for any damages with a few very specific exceptions. Some insurance carriers will offer this ... Read More »

Dog Bite Settlements in New Jersey

Like many other states, New Jersey has adopted Dog Bite Laws to protect victims against unruly or aggressive attacks by dogs.  These laws allow victims of dog bites to sue the animal’s owner for damages, medical bills, and pain and suffering as a result of the dog attack. If a dog bite occurs either in a public place, ... Read More »

Car Accident Settlements in New Jersey

Motor vehicle accidents are some of the leading causes of personal injuries in New Jersey. Over 240,000 car crashes occurred last year on New Jersey state roads alone. Auto insurance rates are high in order to cover the required payouts and settlements of many of these car accidents. Because car crashes can result in numerous injuries and expensive ... Read More »

New Jersey Vicious and Dangerous Dog Act

Some dog breeds have a natural propensity to bite. A pit bull terrier, Akita, Doberman Pinscher, Chow Chow, Rottweiler or Alaskan Malamute may be, by that definition alone, a vicious dog. These breeds are responsible for a large number of attacks and some of the most vicious maulings. Many communities have statutes limiting the right to keep a ... Read More »

What Is A New Jersey Certified Trial Attorney?

The New Jersey Supreme Court grants certified trial attorney designations to attorneys practicing in the state who are able to meet rigorous standards set by the American Bar Association and the U.S. Supreme Court. The certification is voluntary and is in effect for individual five-year periods. This accreditation is shared by less than 2% of practicing lawyers. Stringent ... Read More »

What To Do After A Car Accident

No one enjoys thinking about all the things that can go wrong. Ask any estate planning lawyer or life insurance salesman. But planning and preparation are vital components of everyday life. We all know death is inevitable, so the aforementioned topics are typically ones we eventually make ourselves address. Car accidents may not be inevitable, but they certainly ... Read More »

Product Liability Laws in New Jersey

Were you injured in a car accident because your brakes failed due to manufacturer defect? Did you contract food poisoning from contaminated food? Is your child experiencing developmental delays due to a pharmaceutical drug you were prescribed during your pregnancy? Have you suffered an injury while using a defective tool? These are just a few examples of the ... Read More »

When Do You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer

Not all personal injury claims are created equal. There are simple claims that you can pursue on your own in small claims court. Some accidents with short-term injuries are easily negotiated with an insurance company. However, in other cases, it’s not advisable to proceed without the counsel of an experienced and knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyer. Two determining factors ... Read More »