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Cancer Misdiagnosis Trial Ends in $16 Million Settlement

On April 16 of this year, Darian Wisekal’s survivors were awarded $15.8 million in damages in a lawsuit against the Laboratory Corporation of America (LabCorp). The family alleged that the Read More

Slip and Fall Liability in New Jersey

Slip and fall accidents occur when a property is poorly maintained or hazardous. When a person is injured on someone else’s property due to insufficient maintenance or dangerous conditions, he Read More

Understanding Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Medical malpractice occurs when physicians, nurses or other health care professionals fail in their duties to provide adequate care and attention to patients, and the result is undue injury, illness Read More

Can You Be Held Liable for Sending a Text to a Driver?

Lately, the public and the media have had a heightened awareness of distracted driving. More states are enacting strict bans on the use of cellphones and other devices while driving, Read More

Proving Fault After an Auto Accident

When an auto accident occurs and you are injured, proving fault can be a challenging task. However, you can take a number of steps to speed the process along and Read More

Family of New Jersey Man Awarded $2.55 M in Auto Crash Lawsuit

A wrongful death lawsuit connected to a New Jersey highway crash that resulted in the death of 29-year-old Agim Cira has finally been settled after the man’s family agreed to Read More

What if You Were Partially at Fault?

In many accidents, fault cannot be squarely placed upon one person. One driver may have been speeding while the other one may have pulled out without looking, and a collision Read More

Nursing Home Care: New Jersey Makes the Grade

As baby boomers age, nursing care facilities are being pressed for beds and high-quality nursing care. Recently, a Florida-based advocacy group ranked nursing facilities in the United States based on Read More

Classes of New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Claims

Classes of Injuries that Qualify for Workers Compensation In New Jersey, there are two different classes of workers’ compensation claims that are recognized as compensable: These classes include: 1)      Traumatic Read More

Settlements Reached in New Jersey Ferry Crash Lawsuit

In January, 2013, a New Jersey commuter ferry carrying five crew members and more than 300 passengers collided with a pier while trying to dock in Lower Manhattan, injuring more Read More

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