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  • Brain injury and children development

    January 26, 2012

    It would be practically impossible to overstate the impact that a brain injury would have upon the development of a child. No matter how long the child lives after sustaining a brain injury, it is still conceivable that child will suffer some sort of intellectual or physical impairment for the majority of their lives. Brain […]

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  • Badly injured New Jersey woman wins multi-million settlement

    January 13, 2012

    In a pedestrian accident that occurred in Paterson, a woman was run over on a crosswalk by a New Jersey Transit bus. Because of the accident the woman had her left leg and right foot amputated, and she is no longer able to speak because of brain damage suffered during the incident. A settlement with […]

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  • Should fighting in hockey be eliminated?

    December 15, 2011

    Hockey fans everywhere, including in New Jersey, love to watch a good fight on the ice. They argue that it makes the game more exciting, and that fighting is simply part of the game. But what cost is the cost of this thrill? Is a good, aggressive game of hockey is worth a player’s life? […]

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  • New Jersey ski helmet law passed to curb concussions

    December 12, 2011

    With the snow and holiday season upon us, many vacationers will be heading out to the New Jersey ski slopes. Yet skiing also will mean an increase in personal injuries including concussions suffered by individuals falling down and striking their heads. It was in response to the likelihood of this type of injury occurring that […]

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  • New Jersey lawsuit takes NFL to task for concussions

    December 08, 2011

    The NFL is being sued in New Jersey federal court for policies implemented by the league that may lead to a player’s concussions. The NFL has for quite some time prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs to its players prior to the start of each game. One drug in question, Toradol, is a painkiller that was given to […]

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  • Reported concussions among New Jersey student athletes rising

    November 01, 2011

    New Jersey student athletes often have suffered from head injuries or concussions but have continued participating in the athletic event. Though concussions and head trauma have always occurred in athletic events, concussions are beginning to now be recognized as dangerous injuries. The number of concussions reported has gone up, but this probably is not because […]

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  • Welcome to our Rochelle Park, New Jersey, personal injury law blog

    October 24, 2011

    We established this blog to share stories and information about topics relevant to our practice. Our intent is to highlight local stories, as well as national subject matter, that we think you will find interesting. We will regularly update this blog and encourage you to share your thoughts on these posts.

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  • Consumer reports offers tips to reduce distracted driving

    September 09, 2011

    As our readers are aware, distracted driving is a major cause of accidents. According to a recent Virginia Tech study, distracted driving may be a factor in up to 80 percent of all car crashes, and directly responsible for roughly 5,500 fatal crashes every year. Distracted driving can generally be broken into three types. Visually, […]

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  • Courts grants Microsoft restraining order in non-compete case

    January 28, 2011

    On Wednesday, multi-national software company Microsoft won a temporary restraining order preventing a former executive from being hired by Salesforce.com, a competitor of Microsoft. The former executive reportedly joined San Francisco-based Salesforce.com last week as senior vice president of global public sector. Microsoft filed a complaint in King County superior court in Seattle, accusing the […]

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  • EEOC: Houston Fire Dept. Created Hostile Work Environment

    January 21, 2011

    According to a report issued by the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission released Monday, a fire department in Houston subjected a female firefighter to a hostile work environment because of her gender. The fire department was also found to have retaliated against the woman. The report notes that the woman had complained of workplace conditions in […]

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