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October 19, 2022 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Insurance Claims, Personal Injury

Settling a Minor’s Personal Injury Case in New Jersey

In New Jersey, pursuing a personal injury claim when an individual is a minor is substantially different then seeking compensation for injuries when the victim is an adult. As minors, children do not...

July 19, 2022 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Insurance Claims, Personal Injury, News

Package of Proposed Automobile Insurance Bills May Affect New Jersey Residents

June 16, 2022 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Personal Injury

Is It Possible to Sue the Owner of a Business in My Personal Injury Case?

Generally, when individuals decide to start a business, one of the first task to complete is to incorporate the business and determine what type of business entity is best for their company. These...

April 7, 2022 Guillermo J. Gonzalez

New Jersey Supreme Court Heightens Standard of Care For NJ Transit

On February 17, 2021, the New Jersey Supreme Court in Maison v. New Jersey Transit Corporation, et al.  issued an opinion that heightened the standard of care owed to passengers on the New Jersey...

March 31, 2022 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Insurance Claims, Personal Injury

Disclaiming Insurance Coverage In Personal Injury Actions

One of the most difficult issues that arise during a personal injury case is when the insured’s/defendant’s insurance company seeks to disclaim liability coverage. This can be extremely frustrating...

September 8, 2021 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Personal Injury, Accident

Governor Signs Into Law Requirement For Auto Insurance Companies To Disclose Policy Coverage Limits Prior to Lawsuit

 

Background of S-1558

On July 22, 2021 Governor Murphy signed into law S-1558. This new law requires auto insurers to disclose policy coverage limits to an injury victim when requested by their...

October 23, 2019 Guillermo J. Gonzalez

When Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Collide

When a Debtor is Considering Bankruptcy and Maintains a Personal Injury Claim

When individuals file for bankruptcy, they are required to disclose all their assets and liabilities. However, some...

October 18, 2019 Guillermo J. Gonzalez

Can a Creditor Obtain a Previously Transferred Asset?

Like many jurisdictions, New Jersey has enacted laws that prohibit the transfer of assets intended to avoid the reach of creditors. In New Jersey, this law is known as the New Jersey Uniform...

September 8, 2019 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy

Extending the Automatic Stay to Co-Debtors

The most beneficial protection provided to individuals and corporate entities filing during bankruptcy proceedings is the “automatic stay”. The automatic stay is immediately invoked upon the filing...

September 5, 2019 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Bankruptcy

Using a Guardian Ad Litem for an Incompetent Individual During a Bankruptcy Proceeding in NJ

While individual debtors are permitted to use power of attorneys during bankruptcy proceedings, there are rare circumstances that obtaining a guardian ad litem for an incompetent individual may be...

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