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  • Turnpike crash kills New Jersey college student, injures friend

    April 02, 2014

    There was a noticeable reduction in pedestrian deaths in motor vehicle accidents between 2002 and 2010. Numbers fell steadily from more than 4,800 fatalities down to about 4,300 annual deaths, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The tide turned in 2011 when the pedestrian death rate climbed, even as overall traffic fatalities continued […]

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  • Sexual harassment suits claims CEO threatened, attacked employee

    March 29, 2014

    The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination bans discrimination at work based on a host of familiar employee characteristics like race, nationality and religion. The statute is an expansion of federal worker protections. Sexual harassment is illegal in both state and federal laws. A salesperson for a copier company recently filed a federal lawsuit against her […]

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  • Out-of-state driver surrenders day after New Jersey hit-and-run

    March 27, 2014

    A few seconds of negligence can change the life of an accident victim or lives of survivors forever. A serious injury may require a long, costly recovery or permanent care. Losses for immediate relatives extend beyond emotional suffering, especially following the death of a family’s primary wage earner. Two couples spent a Saturday evening together […]

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  • New Jersey liability ruling for windshield obstruction: $473,000

    March 21, 2014

    Have you ever pulled up behind another driver at a Bergen County red light and seen a back window filled with toys, pillows, tissue boxes or stickers? The decorations or — depending on how you view the items — clutter block the driver’s ability to see and violate New Jersey law 39:3-74 for windshield vision […]

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  • Retaliation alleged by New Jersey groundskeeper in school suit

    March 19, 2014

    A New Jersey school board is no stranger to lawsuits. Several cases, including an unresolved wrongful dismissal lawsuit, were filed against the board or board members recently. The latest case contends a school grounds manager was let go by the Deptford Township school officials because of the employee’s political leanings. The man also alleged the […]

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  • Semi-truck accident claims life of activist from Bergen County

    March 14, 2014

    Paying attention to traffic isn’t easy for any New Jersey driver who is bored, overworked or tired. Driver inattentiveness is prevalent among people who drive for a living. Thirteen percent of all commercial vehicle operators involved in collisions were found to be fatigued, according to a study reported by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. […]

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  • Winning New Jersey coach files wrongful discharge claim

    March 12, 2014

    Can an employer fire you for a poor reason? New Jersey residents who don’t have job security backed by a contract or some other formal job protection may be terminated at will. Employment at will means companies can fire workers for nearly any reason, unless the termination violates state or federal employment laws. A man […]

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  • Estate of New Jersey teen killed in crash files notice of claim

    March 07, 2014

    Statutes of limitation are legal time limits. Plaintiffs in Bergen County liability cases must act in a timely manner for a case to be considered valid. A two-year filing deadline is set in most, but not all, claims for personal injury and wrongful death, under New Jersey statute 2A: 31. A high school student died […]

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  • Trash truck collision kills New Jersey rabbinic student

    March 05, 2014

    When your car strikes another vehicle of the same size in a low speed collision, the damage is usually slight or at least confined to property. Replace the car causing the accident with a truck and change the second vehicle to a person. The likelihood of the pedestrian’s serious injury is elevated dramatically. A New […]

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  • Police: Car damage helped identify New Jersey hit-and-run driver

    March 02, 2014

    A Bergen County driver’s response to being in a traffic accident is extremely important. Drivers in car accidents have obligations to fulfill, including calling for emergency help and aiding injured victims. Drivers may not intend to cause a crash but, if they flee the scene, it’s clear a conscious decision is made. New Jersey state […]

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