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  • Elderly driver can’t remember where crash occurred, pedestrian missing

    October 12, 2012

    Have you ever seen a person in shock after an accident? If you haven’t, the season finale of “Grey’s Anatomy” did a good job of trying to tackle the different ways in which victims respond to their situation after an accident. After the initial accident, many go into a state of shock. One character in […]

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  • Injured workers and the addiction to painkillers

    October 11, 2012

    A worker’s problems do not automatically end once the physical injuries heal. Workers often become addicted to the medication originally prescribed to them to treat their pain after injuries are suffered. A study from the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) in following up with workers (including workers from New Jersey) demonstrates that the injured worker […]

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  • New Jersey Senators hope $5 million will help make roads safer

    October 09, 2012

    United States Senators Frank R. Lautenberg and Robert Menendez both hope that a new set of federal grants will help improve safety for the residents that voted in New Jersey — whether it was for them or the other guy. The federal grants will be handled and distributed by the New Jersey Division of Highway […]

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  • Friends of brain injured man try to raise awareness

    October 08, 2012

    A number of months ago, we wrote about a New Jersey actor that was shot in the head by a real bullet when blanks were supposed to have been used. This individual was paralyzed as the result of the accident, but he also suffered a traumatic brain injury as well. Prior to the accidental shooting, […]

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  • Driver tries to avoid a ticket, two generations of women pay the price

    October 05, 2012

    A woman’s life story about living in, moving away and moving back to New Jersey has ended in a tragic car accident. The woman, who had lived to be 60 years old, had moved back to New Jersey only two weeks ago. The woman originally spent her childhood and youth in New Jersey and later […]

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  • Rehabilitation and quality of life for spine injury patients

    October 04, 2012

    There have been a number of positive results from a new type of therapy known as locomotor training. Locomotor training involves a series of exercises and sensors the repetitively sends sensory information to the legs and spine for individuals that have suffered spinal cord injuries. This is just some of the research going on concerning […]

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  • Will 2040 be there year when car accidents stop?

    October 01, 2012

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers may not be a familiar name to the average driver, but what they are predicting is something that a lot of people may support. Researchers with the institute say that driver’s licenses won’t even be necessary by the year 2040. The reason is that they think autonomous cars […]

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  • Woman badly injured in elevator accident

    October 01, 2012

    A woman from down south recently won a $13 million verdict concerning a series of mishaps that occurred while the woman was riding down in an elevator. Apparently, the woman experienced a series of falls in an elevator ride from the 23rd floor down to the basement. It was alleged in the premises liability lawsuit […]

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  • 5 pedestrians injured in New Jersey when Rover didn’t sit down

    September 28, 2012

    Dogs are constant companions for many of us and for some of us our dogs go everywhere….including in the car. A dog riding in cars is not an uncommon event, but it can cause a potentially difficult situation for the driver. A recent New Jersey car accident may have been cause by a driver distracted […]

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  • New toy presents a variety of dangers for children

    September 27, 2012

    A popular toy is being called by pediatricians to be a dangerous hazard for children. It concerns brightly colored spherical toys that can greatly expand when such toys are doused with water, and such toys could easily become subject for products liability litigation. Though the toys are about the size of a marble when purchased, […]

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