January/February 2024 Edition
In This Issue
New Year, New Beginnings
“Have you ever set out to make a life changing resolution and fell short? You are not alone. Research has shown that only 9% of Americans that make resolutions complete them. 23% of people quit their resolution within the first week, and 43% quit by the end of January. When I think of resolutions, I think about self-improvement and one of my favorite books by James Clear. Clear is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits. In his book, Clear provides several strategies for developing and sticking to good habits…”– By: J.J. Uliano, Esq.
What is Happening at CU&W?
- Our annual food drive for Fulfill was a success!
- JJ Uliano and The Monmouth Bar Association had another great Annual Holiday Show.
- The Chamlin Uliano & Walsh team enjoyed a great annual Holiday lunch at Deal CC.
Our clients that have been injured in a motor vehicle crash often express great concern about how their medical bills
will be paid. We are frequently asked questions like:
- Does insurance pay the bills?
- Do I use my health insurance or my auto insurance?
- Whose insurance is used: mine or the person that caused the accident?
The Answer: your own Personal Injury Protection Insurance. Personal Injury Protection insurance, also known as PIP insurance, is a type of auto insurance coverage that is separate from health insurance but specifically applicable to injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents…. by J.J. Uliano, Esq.
Staff Spotlight: Mallory Petrolito
How long have you been with CU&W, and what do you do here?
“9 years. Real estate paralegal.”
What is your favorite thing about working at CU&W?
“The people. It feels like a family here. We celebrate life’s great moments and help each other during the tough times as well. I have worked at larger firms prior to CU&W, and you definitely lose that connection.”
Additional Motor Vehicle Accident FAQ
Q. Can I sue for my injury?
Your ability to commence litigation after a car accident depends on several factors. Among those factors is the type of insurance you have selected and the type of injury that you have.Certain insurance policies require that you have a permanent injury before you can file a lawsuit to recover damages for pain and suffering attributed to your injury…
“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.”
– Thomas Jefferson
To read this issue in its entirety, visit the following link: January – February 2024 Newsletter