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  • New Jersey apartment complex again experiences fire

    September 17, 2012

    A New Jersey apartment building is again the subject for a fire. Though no one was injured in this particular fire, firefighters had to do all they can to protect the residents safety and belongings. This same complex was the subject of a previous fire in July where one of the buildings literally burned to […]

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  • New Jersey court employees endured three years of harassment

    September 14, 2012

    When an employee experiences sexual harassment at the workplace, the situation often involves other unlawful actions by an employer. Sexual harassment is a serious allegation and employees who have endured sexual harassment and other related workplace violations have the right to challenge the behavior. Three New Jersey employees have recently filed a lawsuit against their […]

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  • New Jersey mother reaches out to injured football player

    September 13, 2012

    A New Jersey woman has reached out to the family of a Tulane University football player who sustained spinal injuries on the field earlier this week. The woman said she was reminded of her own son, who received a similar injury on the football field just two years ago. On that occasion, her son, a […]

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  • New Jersey employee claims 10 years of racial discrimination

    September 12, 2012

    A New Jersey city worker has claimed he suffered employment discrimination based on his race at his workplace for the last decade. The worker, now age 67, worked in a city’s park department for the last 16 years. The worker is Chilean and has lived in the New Jersey area for the last 36 years. […]

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  • New Jersey woman seriously injured in swimming pool accident

    September 10, 2012

    We’ve written in the past concerning swimming and swimming pool accidents. As if to emphasize the seriousness of such incidents, a 32-year old woman from Harrington Park suffered severe spinal cord injuries as the result of a diving accident in a swimming pool. The injured victim was teaching her 6-year old daughter how to dive […]

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  • Three hip implant lawsuits to be settled

    September 06, 2012

    Several months ago, we wrote about Johnson & Johnson facing a number of claims concerning defective hip implants. Such hip implants were recalled in 2010, and Johnson & Johnson faces approximately 8,000 products liability lawsuits concerning such implants. It has now been announced that the company plans on paying $600,000 to settle three of these […]

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  • Finding the balance: 100-year-old driver injures 11 children on sidewalk

    September 04, 2012

    Growing old is difficult. No one wants to admit that hearing loss is creeping in, that they need to increase their prescription for their glasses or that they have started forgetting simple things. On the opposite end, children are reluctant to take away an ailing parent’s keys even when they see the symptoms seeping in […]

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  • New Jersey Transit worker dies in track accident

    September 04, 2012

    A New Jersey Transit worker died while working with track equipment. The 44-year old man described as a track worker was reportedly from Bayonne, and he had worked with the New Jersey Transit Authority for 11 years. The work-related accident remains under investigation. It was reported that the worker died due to head injuries, and […]

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  • Young girl thrown from car in Turnpike 3 vehicle collision

    August 31, 2012

    The New Jersey Turnpike is a busy roadway that is heavily traveled. The amount of traffic generally increases over the weekend. Large and busy roadways are an important part of society and the ratio of vehicles traveled to the number of accidents that occur is potentially minor. Unfortunately, this does not mean that car accidents […]

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  • Louisville slugger lawsuit settled in New Jersey

    August 30, 2012

    Due to injuries to a New Jersey little league player, the manufacturer of the Louisville Slugger aluminum bat has now agreed to settle out for $14.5 million. The settlement in this products liability lawsuit came about when a young boy was struck in the chest by a baseball. The injuries that the boy received ultimately […]

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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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