Who Is Responsible for a Dangerous Condition Located in a Multi-Tenant Commercial Business Center?
Premises liability law can often be complex, especially when there are several parties involved. Wolf Law represents a client that was injured... Read More
I Was Injured by a Hit and Run Driver. What Should I Do?
Drivers that cause automobile accidents are legally required to stop and identify themselves after the accident, regardless of the severity of damage.... Read More
Can I Recover for Injuries Sustained in an Accident if I Was Negligent as well?
Contributory Negligence in New Jersey In many personal injury cases, both the plaintiff and the defendant may be, to some degree, at... Read More
Awarding Punitive Damages in New Jersey Personal Injury Cases
Punitive damages are those damages that are meant to punish the defendant. They are given in addition to damages that compensate the... Read More
Aged Tire Accidents
Tires have a life span of roughly six years. A recent news report found that many retail stores are selling old stock... Read More
Proving Liability in a Products Liability Action: Res Ipsa Loquitur
Typically, expert testimony is required to establish liability in products liability cases. Sometimes, however, liability can be proven through the use of... Read More
Truck Manufacturers: The Duty to Protect Non-Occupants who Collide with their Vehicles
Truck guards or underride devices lower the rear bumper of the truck to prevent cars from going underneath, crushing the car or... Read More
Responsibility of Homeowners and Renters to Remove Snow and Ice from Sidewalks in New Jersey
New Jersey sidewalks are governed by a complex web of laws and regulations. Homeowners and renters often have questions about who is... Read More