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  • New Jersey bus accident kills 2, injures at least 7

    June 03, 2014

    Two people died and several others suffered injuries in a New Jersey crash involving a car and an NJ TRANSIT bus on May 26. Reports indicated that police continued to investigate to determine what factors may have contributed to the car accident. The accident occurred around 1:50 p.m. in Pleasantville near the intersection of Franklin […]

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  • $4.5 million settlement for New Jersey woman injured by bus

    June 01, 2014

    Bergen County pedestrians injured by motor vehicles frequently don’t survive. When they do, their suffering is often tremendous. An unprotected pedestrian can be injured severely and endure a long and painful recovery or suffer permanent disability. The physical injuries are exacerbated by financial hardships including wage losses and overwhelming medical expenses. A 2010 pedestrian accident […]

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  • New Jersey jury orders $19.3 million for motorcycle crash

    May 30, 2014

    A jury’s verdict is never a sure thing. Bergen County civil cases may be resolved through settlements before any trial takes place. Settlements may be acceptable solutions for plaintiffs, who want a definitive outcome but want to avoid the stress of reliving the details of an accident in a liability trial. Neither party can be […]

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  • 2 New Jerseys retaliation claims allege police chief backlash

    May 25, 2014

    Getting along with everyone at work can be difficult. Mismatched personalities and work style or policy conflicts can create distance among employees or between a worker and a manager. In some Bergen County businesses, company officials signal displeasure with employees through pay cuts, job transfers, demotions or outright dismissals. Two long-time police officers have filed […]

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  • Overnight New Jersey 1-car crash becomes pedestrian fatality

    May 23, 2014

    One person’s wrong decision to drink and drive can affect a lot of people. Sometimes the person who makes a bad choice doesn’t suffer a great physical injury because of it, but someone else – an innocent party – does. New Jersey laws ensure victims of drunk driving accidents have a legal voice. A 25-year-old […]

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  • New Jersey county contractor fired after harassment suit filed

    May 17, 2014

    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a federal antidiscrimination law. The law bans employer discrimination for members of protected groups and forbids sexual harassment. A Bergen County employer controls a workplace environment, so a company that encourages or permits sexual harassment may be held responsible for harm. A New Jersey government […]

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  • Lost tire slams into Bergen County bus, severely injures man

    May 14, 2014

    Driver mistakes aren’t the only reason motor vehicle accidents happen. Car and car part makers and mechanics can be liable for damage caused by defective design, manufacturing or flawed vehicle service. Unsafe cars may be recalled when a defect becomes apparent to the manufacturer or the federal government, but drivers are often unaware there’s a […]

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  • Man faces possible life term over death of Bergen County woman

    May 09, 2014

    Every alcohol-related traffic accident is preventable. The 164 deaths caused by New Jersey drunk drivers in 2011, reported by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, never had to happen. Neither did the 25,700 DUI arrests throughout the state. Impaired individuals make a choice to drive. At the same time, they decide not to care about […]

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  • When New Jersey gas prices rise, so do motorcycle fatalities

    May 07, 2014

    There are just so many things New Jersey motorcyclists can do to protect themselves from accident injuries. Many Bergen County riders already follow guidelines recommended by the U.S. Government Accountability Office including helmet use. Helmets are mandatory for all riders here and in 18 other states. Most states have repealed or eased helmet laws. Some […]

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  • New Jersey woman wins job back in wrongful discharge settlement

    May 03, 2014

    Courts can order employers to hire workers back who have been discriminated against or wrongfully dismissed. Judges sometimes decide this is not for the best. A job may no longer be available for the worker, or the relationship between a Bergen County employer and employee could be too strained to consider reuniting them. A New […]

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