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Here at DeGrado Halkovich, LLC, we are able to aggressively represent our clients because we continue to stay well-versed on the latest legal news and happenings.

We pride ourselves on having an open-door policy with our clients to offer a more personal feel that can sometimes be difficult to find when working with a lawyer. Understanding your case and your rights can be difficult, which is why we allow our clients to contact us at any time to ask questions about their particular case.

Additionally, check our news and events section frequently for the latest information regarding various practice areas including personal injury law, family law, diminished value litigation, criminal law and more. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or call 201-678-9007.

Jersey residents with a past will have flexibility applying for new jobs.

A new NJ law will now deny some businesses from inquiring about an applicant's previous criminal record. The Opportunity to Compete Act was signed by Governor Chris Christie to help people who have had issues with the justice system (without ever going to jail), giving them a better chance when competing for better jobs.

Friday, August 22 2014


News for Fighting Medical Claim Denials Thanks to Obamacare

Your NJ attorneys are here to keep you up to date with new information and updates in New Jersey legislation. Andrew Miller, the medical director for Healthcare Quality Strategies of East Brunswick, gives Americans details on The Affordable Care Act's ability to challenge an insurance carrier's medical claim denial.

Thursday, July 31 2014

NJ Bill Limiting Duration of Alimony Awaits Christie's Signature or Veto.

Your family law attorneys in New Jersey want to keep you informed with the latest information on New Jersey news. Alimony can create difficult situations for all parties involved. The bill, passed this week, would eliminate the idea of “permanent alimony��? and forbid extending payments in excess of the number of years a marriage lasted, in most cases. 


Wednesday, July 16 2014
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