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When you’re working with sizzling hot food, dangerous tools and appliances, and you’ve got stress piled higher than the orders on your tray, accidents can happen. Restaurant workers are some of the most at-risk employees, many of whom have minimal training before beginning their job....

Wouldn’t it be great if you could hire a professional knowing that you don’t have to pay them until you get paid—by someone else? That’s exactly how it works at Bloom Law Office when you file a workers’ compensation claim. The majority of employees are...

The definition of an unfit mother varies from state to state. At Bloom Law Office, the best interest of the child is always put first. Technically, the legal term is “unfit parent,” although within legalese there remains some outdated language and unfortunately “unfit mother” is...

When you’re injured, should you file through workers’ compensation or your own health insurance? It’s a common question at Bloom Law Office, and many New Jersey employees aren’t sure if they have workers’ compensation coverage until they’re scrambling to figure it out after a work-related...

Divorce attorneys are a type of civil law attorney that help people negotiate every part of the separation and/or divorce process. It’s rare that a divorce is completely amicable and without any disagreements, which is why Bloom Law Office is available throughout the entire process....

At Bloom Law Office, we specialize in all aspects of divorce including post-divorce actions such as modifying your divorce decree. Post-divorce actions are any changes or updates after a divorce is finalized. Common examples include when a parent is relocated for work, or a parent...