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  • Even the safest passenger car can lose out to an SUV

    May 20, 2013

    Safety ratings are a big part of the research and decision-making process involved in purchasing a new car. In fact, it is often one of the most important factors for many consumers in New Jersey. If safety is a major factor in your decision, the results of a recent study may interest you. According to […]

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  • New management attempts to re-brand Wet Seal, settles lawsuit

    May 17, 2013

    It was no surprise that after sliding sales and a major national class-action, the clothing retailer Wet Seal decided to undergo a major re-branding effort. The first major action was to replace the company’s Chief Executive Susan McGalla with John D. Goodman early this year, and one of his first major actions was to settle […]

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  • Why do I care about intermodal?

    May 13, 2013

    Intermodal is the name given to the vast transportation system in which containers are taken around the world by ship, railroads and trucks. These containers hold almost every product that we as New Jersey residents purchase and consume on a daily basis. Even if you don’t care about how your designer jeans got to the […]

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  • New Jersey ruling still ‘out’ on remote text-sending liability

    May 09, 2013

    On Sept. 21, 2009 two motorcycle riders were injured in an accident involving a distracted teenage driver using his cellphone while behind the wheel. The motorcycle accident caused extensive damage for the two riders, both of which who lost a leg as a result of the collision. The two injured riders have already settled their […]

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  • Abuse of intellectually disabled leads to $240 million verdict

    May 07, 2013

    Standing up for employee rights is a hard thing to do for almost any employee, but for those with intellectual disabilities the road is even harder. This type of disability discrimination takes advantage of a subset of individuals who are even more susceptible to abuse than the average worker. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission […]

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  • April motorcycle fatality month in New Jersey? Not this month

    May 01, 2013

    No, “motorcycle fatality month” does not reference an awareness campaign in New Jersey. The actual meaning behind the mention is a warning. April is actually the month in which the number of motorcycle fatalities begins to rise in New Jersey. Over the past few years, there have been an unexpectedly high number of motorcycle accidents […]

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  • Moorestown Police found problems with teen’s tale after accident

    April 29, 2013

    After an accident — especially ones involving an injury — an investigation is conducted and police will write up an accident report. The accident report includes notations about physical evidence, witness statements and educated conclusions from trained officials, so why hire a personal injury attorney who will conduct a separate investigation? A recent situation from […]

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  • New Jersey law, unemployment benefits and non-compete clauses

    April 24, 2013

    It is no surprise that in a tough business climate, employers will want to keep the talent that they have and keep that same talent from being used against them. In a country based on freedom, a former employer can’t exactly keep an executive from seeking employment elsewhere with a competitor — or can they? […]

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  • Slide down New Jersey embankment injures 14 bus passengers

    April 22, 2013

    We put our lives in the hands of others every single day, often without a conscious thought about it. From the moment we wake up, we rely that others have taken our safety into consideration. When we turn on the stove to make our oatmeal, we rely on a stove without defects. When we send […]

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  • 2 semis, 2 box trucks and 1 big mess on New Jersey Turnpike

    April 18, 2013

    Accidents on the New Jersey Turnpike are often messy. There is no getting around it. Drivers are travelling at high speeds and often in heavy traffic where people tend to make last-minute decisions and react to unexpected events. If you have ever driven on the Turnpike, you also know that there are a large number […]

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"The Epstein Law Firm recently obtained a multi-million dollar settlement in an extremely complex and difficult financial services case. He and his team not only mastered the complex issues in the case, but also expertly handled all aspects of the negotiations. I cannot thank Michael enough for his dedication and hard work, and I highly recommend him and The Epstein Law Firm for those who need smart, creative, and aggressive lawyers who put their clients’ interests first.”

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