June 21, 2016

    You would think that if someone offered to reduce your insurance costs by 50%, you would jump at the opportunity. So why don’t doctors take the obvious steps to reduce their premiums by 50%? What? How is this possible, you ask. According to the May, 2016 issue Consumer Reports, page 39, only 2% of the…Read More >>

  • Do Lawyers cause high medical malpractice costs? Or Bad Doctors

    June 15, 2016

    Insurance companies have blamed lawyers for most of the ills in the world, particularly blaming runaway lawsuits for the high cost of medical treatment, particularly medical malpractice insurance. Oddly, I thought bad doctors, like bad drivers, drive up the cost of insurance. I thought that someone injured at the hands of a careless doctor or…Read More >>

  • Rental Property Defects in New Jersey

    June 9, 2016

    Every rental property in New Jersey comes with an implied warranty of habitability. This warranty cannot be waived and exists even if there is no written lease. At least that much is clear. What is more difficult to establish in the turbulent “he said, she said” dialogue of landlord-tenant disputes is what conditions render a…Read More >>

  • Holiday Hosting–What could possibly go wrong?

    November 10, 2015

    We are coming up on the best time of year, the Thanksgiving/Christmas holidays. Family, food, fun. Few people (other than personal injury attorneys) think about some of the hazards that inevitably crop up. Thankfully rare, they do, nonetheless, occur, from exploding turkey fryer’s to trip and falls, to serving too much alcohol. My monthly newsletter…Read More >>

  • “IRS” Phone Scammers

    October 22, 2015

    Several of my clients have called in tears, or near tears, because the “IRS” called them and said if they didn’t pay their back taxes by close of business today, they would go to jail. NONSENSE!! The IRS never, ever, calls to make such demands. Heck, they almost never call at all, and if they…Read More >>