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  • Pedestrian ups damage award after Brand denies fault for injuries

    March 12, 2013

    This past January the well-known comedian and actor Russell Brand was involved in a car accident in which a pedestrian was injured. The pedestrian decided to file a personal injury lawsuit in order to receive compensation that would most likely help cover the medical bills that resulted from treating the injuries or maybe covering wages […]

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  • Lifestyle contracts complicate teacher relationships

    March 08, 2013

    Under state and federal law employers cannot discriminate against a woman for being pregnant. Simple as that…or is it? What if the employee signs an employment agreement that states that she will not participate in certain activities, one of them being premarital sex? This might sound like an unusual agreement to sign, but it might […]

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  • Graduated driver licensing programs need a second look

    March 04, 2013

    In relation to the length of time in which teenagers have been getting behind the wheel for the first time, graduated drivers license programs are relatively new. These programs were created to address the growing rate of teen drivers who were involved in serious traffic accidents. The programs were a good solution to a relevant […]

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  • Distracted driving isn’t leaving the scene, some ask for more

    February 25, 2013

    Distracted driving — a familiar household term. It may be one of the most casually thrown about terms when it comes to driving behaviors, but it certainly causes some of the most serious accidents. The worst part is that accidents involving the behavior are not decreasing in number despite the fact that many states have […]

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  • Father says race affects patient care, hospital obliges

    February 21, 2013

    She studied the books, learned the medicine and spent 25 years of her life gaining experience in her chosen career path and devoting attention and care to her patients. In fact, the Midwest hospital in which she lived thought her care was of such quality that they continuously employed her as a nurse for that […]

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  • Another pile-up on the Turnpike, 11 injured

    February 19, 2013

    Another motor vehicle mess was investigated over the weekend after seven vehicles became entangled on the New Jersey Turnpike — a common site for serious accidents. Drivers are generally allowed to move at higher speeds with fewer stops on roads such as this one. These turnpikes are a place for efficiency — something rarely used […]

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  • Alcohol isn’t the only substance that causes car accidents

    February 13, 2013

    A lot of the focus — when it comes to very preventable accidents — is placed on drunk driving. While there is no doubt that this is a very serious and negligent accident-causing behavior, it is certainly not the only substance that leads to a large number of accidents. Drugged driving can cause just as […]

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  • Fatal Hackensack accident a heart attack liability?

    February 11, 2013

    When it comes to liability after an accident, there are several elements that a victim or family member in a wrongful death lawsuit has to prove. One of these elements is causation, and it is a big one. Without proving that the person you are suing caused the accident, there isn’t much more to say. […]

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  • FMLA: Turning 20 years old and looking back

    February 06, 2013

    Many fulltime employment jobs come with some combination of vacation time, floating holiday time and sick time. We all get sick, our family members get sick and other life events occur that require time away from work. Sick time can help in these situations, but sometimes even that runs out. Employees often find themselves using […]

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  • Deli worker catches manager ‘in the act’ and suffers for it

    February 04, 2013

    One day when a female employee of a New Jersey deli went to work, she unknowingly walked into a very precarious situation. When the employee went to work that day, she witnessed her manager engaging in a sexual act with another employee. Although the female employee did not engage in any inappropriate act herself, she […]

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