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Are Teenage Truck Drivers Coming to New Jersey Roads?

While a new law aims to increase the number of teens operating large trucks, the short answer is that there are already teenagers driving large trucks in New Jersey. There simply Read More

Make New Jersey Streets Safer by Sharing the Road

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the country. That means our roads are always jammed up with all types of vehicles and traffic. Unfortunately, drivers of cars Read More

Amazon Fined For Failing to Report Workplace Injuries at New Jersey Warehouse

On January 12, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announced that it had issued Amazon’s Robbinsville, New Jersey facility a citation for failing to report twenty-six work-related injuries and Read More

Types of Trucks Involved in New Jersey Accidents

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the country. It is wedged between New York City and Philadelphia and home to a massive cargo port. The state is Read More

University in New Jersey Bans Hoverboards as Injuries and Lawsuits Mount

Following a recommendation made by the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety, Kean University announced that hoverboards will no longer be allowed on campus. The prohibition of the increasingly popular Read More

Appointing a Personal Representative to Bring a NJ Wrongful Death Claim

When someone is killed because of the wrongful or negligent act of a person or organization, that person (the decedent) has rights. Because the decedent isn’t alive to enforce those Read More

New Jersey Court Clarifies Hit and Run Law

New Jersey Court Clarifies What It Means To Be “Involved In” a Hit-And-Run Accident Last month, an appellate court ruled that New Jersey’s hit and run law does not require a Read More

Improperly Loaded Trucks Cause Accidents on New Jersey Highways

Loading a large truck is a job for professionals. Cargo must be balanced properly side-to-side and weight must also be distributed properly over the truck’s axels. Total weight must be Read More

Foreign Objects Left in Patients during Surgery — What are Your Rights?

New Jersey surgeons rely on a variety of tools while working on patients. Most of these tools should be removed from the patient’s body by the time surgery has ended. Read More

Federal Regulators Seek to Put the Brakes on Rear-End Collisions

The U.S Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) has announced that the agency will update its 5-Star Rating System to include automatic emergency braking (“AEB”) as a Read More

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