Month: September 2015

    New Proposal Would Allow Trucks to Haul Longer Trailers

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    A proposal supported by Republicans in both chambers of the U.S. Congress would allow for an increase in the length of double-trailers pulled by big-rig trucks. Currently, these trailers are limited in length to 28 feet each.

    Jason Pierre-Paul Case Highlights Your Privacy Rights Under HIPPA

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    While using fireworks on July 4th, 2015, New York Giants football player Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a serious injury resulting in the amputation of one of his fingers. While this could affect the defensive end’s playing career, the bigger concern for many people was how the public was informed of this information.

    New Jersey Updates Child Car Seat Law

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    On September 1, a new law regarding child car seats went into effect in New Jersey. Under the new requirements, a child younger than 2 years of age and weighing

    Fatigued Truck Drivers are a Danger on New Jersey Roadways

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    Operating a truck isn’t easy under the best of circumstances. Unfortunately, many drivers aren’t operating under the best circumstances. Many truckers drive through New Jersey when they are tired, overworked or fatigued.

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