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Recent Rash of New Jersey Motorcycle Fatalities Highlights Dangers

Over the last 10 years for which statistics are complete, annual motorcyclist deaths in New Jersey have averaged 74 per year. Fatalities spike during the summer months, when good weather Read More

Can the Textalyzer Cut Down on Distracted Driving in New Jersey?

New Jersey law prohibits the use of a hand-held wireless communication device for talking or texting while driving. However, anyone who spends time in traffic in the Garden State knows Read More

NJ Widow Sues Healthcare Providers over Husband’s Death by Bedsores

A lawsuit filed in Camden alleges that Virtua Health, Care One LLC and Kessler Institute of Rehabilitation, which then operated Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital, caused or contributed to the death of Read More

NJ Lawsuit Alleges Surgical Tool Spread Cancer Cells Throughout Patient’s Abdomen

A wrongful death lawsuit filed in Bergen County, New Jersey alleges medical malpractice and products liability in the death of Sumaira Khan, a 45-year-old mother of three. The suit claims that Read More

Food Poisoning Suspected in Summer Camp Death of Bergen County Boy

An 11-year-old Bergen County boy who had been attending a summer camp in Milford, Pennsylvania died at Bon Secours Hospital in Port Jervis, N.Y. after his gastrointestinal symptoms worsened suddenly. Read More

NJ Fair Shuts Down Fire Ball Ride After Fatal Ohio Accident

Officials at the Monmouth County Fair acted aggressively to safeguard patrons by shutting down an amusement ride after a similar machine malfunctioned at the Ohio State Fair in Columbus, breaking Read More

Can Changes to Commercial Truck Designs Eliminate Deadly Side Underride Crashes?

Crashes involving large commercial trucks are notoriously dangerous, but the deadliest type of crash may be preventable, if the industry will agree to modifications to trailer designs. The type of Read More

How a Personal Injury Lawyer Improves Upon Your Insurance Company’s Initial Offer

If you are injured in an auto accident or a slip and fall, the first step is usually to file a claim with the appropriate insurance company. After an auto Read More

Can You File Workers’ Comp When You Are Hurt at a Company Event Outside of Work?

The preeminent rule for workers’ comp eligibility is that an injury must be work-related, meaning that it occurs “in the course of employment” and “arises out of employment.” Yet, many Read More

Is Your Landlord Liable for Your Injuries on His Property?

The answer to this question, like so many others in the legal arena, is “it depends.” The simple fact that your injury occurred on your landlord’s property — or property Read More

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