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Berry, Sahradnik, Kotzas & Benson is a New Jersey Law Firm who is focused on helping insurers, injured or wronged workers, and victims of auto accidents. Since opening in 1941, the firm has fought successfully for clients and is able to help you in your workers compensation, business law, real estate, educational law, and estate administration needs. 
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Can I Sue if My Child Was Injured While Trespassing in a Private Yard in New Jersey? http://ow.ly/2BQBEs
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What to Expect at a Deposition - If you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, you may be told that the opposing attorney wants to depose you. This does not mean removing you from power as the ruler of a foreign country, although that is one of the dictionary definitions of the word. What it means is that you will be... Read More » http://ow.ly/2BDP98
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My Eyeglasses Broke During a Workplace Accident. Can I File a New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Claim? http://ow.ly/2Bs58X
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Identifying Signs of a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury After a Car Accident http://ow.ly/2BgGrD
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No-Fault Insurance in New Jersey, The Limitation on Lawsuit Threshold: When Can I Sue? http://ow.ly/2B6Wmq
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Why Do I Need a Lawyer if I Have No-Fault Insurance? - In theory, no-fault auto insurance lowers premium costs by reducing the number of claims insurers have to defend in court. Rather than force injured people and their insurance companies to determine liability before compensating them for their injuries, the idea behind no-fault insurance is that your insurer automatically covers you for medical expenses related to... Read More » http://ow.ly/2AUjf8
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New Jersey Court Sends a Message to Texters - A lot is being said these days about the dangers of distracted driving but a New Jersey appeals court recently said something no one in the country has ever said before: that someone who sends a text message to a driver can be held liable if the distraction results in an accident. The case involved... Read More » http://ow.ly/2BKFib
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When Bystanders Just Stand By - Imagine you are driving on a snowy winter night. Suddenly your car skids on a patch of ice and crashes into a pole, sending you hurtling through the windshield onto the sidewalk. Badly injured and unable to move or speak, you wake up and see a man standing over you. Not doing anything — just... Read More » http://ow.ly/2By3yx
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Can a NJ Workers’ Compensation Claim Be Denied Because of a Pre-Existing Injury? http://ow.ly/2BmGTJ
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Can I Be Legally Liable for My Own Workplace Injury? - One main reason for workers’ compensation is to provide the coverage for medical attention employees need regardless of who is liable for the circumstances that caused injury or illness. That being said, there are some occasions when insurers can deny a claim based on employee fault. When you file a workers’ compensation claim, your employer... Read More » http://ow.ly/2Beuhj
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What Types of Benefits Does Workers’ Comp Provide - An on-the-job injury covered by Workers’ Compensation could be anything from a bruised thumb to the complete loss of both hands, from a twisted ankle to an accidental death. Each injury calls for an appropriate level of benefits to injured workers and/or their families. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development divides workers… http://ow.ly/qaoIY
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The Bite and More: Rabies in Domestic and Wild Animals - New Jersey laws protect and provide for residents attacked by dogs. As a strict liability state, New Jersey requires pet owners to pay for damage done by their pets. But animals that bite are not always domestic and the damage from bites can go beyond lacerations and wounds — it can be viral.

In late July, a four-year-old Ocean County girl was attacked by a fox that later tested positive for rabies, a deadly disease. After attacking the girl, the animal was confronted and shot by law enforcement. The girl is being monitored and given preventative treatment for the virus.

Rabies, a disease particular to mammals, if not treated quickly, is almost always fatal. Transmitted through the saliva of an infected animal, rabies in wild animals in New Jersey is commonly found in:

- Raccoons
- Bats
- Skunks
- Foxes

While other small animals, like chipmunks and squirrels can carry rabies, they are rarely infected. Among domestic animals, cats are the greatest source of rabies cases in New Jersey. Thirteen cases of domestic and wild animals infected with rabies were reported in our state last year, according to the New Jersey Department of Health.

When bitten by any animal, think safety first. Consider these steps:

- If attacked by a wild animal, try to contain the animal without being further exposed to its saliva. Call police or animal control officers. If you kill the animal, avoid damaging the brain, which is tested for presence of the rabies virus.
- If bitten by a domestic animal, try to locate the owner. If successful, note the owner’s contact information and ask for proof of rabies vaccination, including veterinarian records.

Animal attacks are a frightening, painful and potentially deadly personal injury. Be careful around wildlife as well as neighborhood animals.

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Among domestic animals, cats are the greatest source of rabies cases in New Jersey. Thirteen cases of domestic and wild animals infected with rabies were reported in our state last year, according to the New Jersey Department of Health.
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