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New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act – Home Improvement

If you would like to discuss a potential consumer fraud act case or are currently in the middle of one, contact The Morano Law Firm at 201-598-5019 or newjerseylawyernow@gmail.com today! The purpose of New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act (“Act”), N.J.S.A 56:8-1 et seq., is to provide increased protection for consumers. The Act provides New Jersey...

Understanding New Jersey Premises Liability
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Understanding New Jersey Premises Liability

If you or someone you know was injured on another person’s property you may have a premises liability claim. If you are interested in bringing a premises liability claim consult call the Morano Law Firm at 201-598-5019 or email us at newjerseylawyernow@gmail.com. Premises Liability Individuals that are injured on another’s property may have a premises...

Penalties for Driving without Auto Insurance in New Jersey (Statute 39:6B-2)
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Penalties for Driving without Auto Insurance in New Jersey (Statute 39:6B-2)

The penalties under New Jersey law for driving without auto insurance are severe, approaching those levied for DUI convictions. The monetary fine can be set anywhere from $300 to $1000, there is a mandatory one year license suspension, and community service is ordered as determined by the court. This year-long suspension can seem particularly harsh,...

Penalties for Talking or Texting While Driving in New Jersey
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Penalties for Talking or Texting While Driving in New Jersey

Today it is common to see more people using their smartphones while driving in New Jersey.  This trend has led to an increase in traffic accidents and an amplified effort by law enforcement to target people talking or texting while driving. Simultaneously, the New Jersey Legislature has proceeded recently to enact harsher penalties for violating...

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Searches Conducted Without A Warrant in New Jersey

The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures. It requires that warrants must be based on probable cause and describe with particular specificity “the particular place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” New Jersey has a similar provision in its constitution. Article 1,...

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New Jersey Pedestrian Crosswalk Laws: What You Need to Know a Ticket for Failure to Yield to Pedestrian

Most of us encounter crosswalks in New Jersey every day, whether we are behind the wheel or walking to our destination. Understanding the proper procedure to follow when approaching a crosswalk is highly important because confusion between the driver and the pedestrian can lead to injuries and legal repercussions resulting from an accident. A ticket...