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  • Road rage is a real danger on New Jersey highways, laws stiffen

    May 14, 2012

    Truly coincidental, accidental things happen all the time. On the road, it is surely possible for two drivers to both properly signal and both move at the same time from two outer lanes into the middle lane. We’ve probably all seen it happen or had it happen to us on one of New Jersey’s busy […]

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  • Pedestrian accidents continue to be a tragedy in New Jersey

    May 11, 2012

    You may be familiar with the principle of pedestrian right-of-way at crosswalks. In a pedestrian accident, however, that knowledge may provide small comfort. Automotive crashes involving pedestrians continue to be a serious issue in New Jersey. In this year alone, more than 20 pedestrians have been struck, and three have been killed. New Jersey’s traffic […]

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  • New Jersey roofers injured by vat of acid

    May 10, 2012

    The nationally publicized story of the New Jersey roofer trying to save a co-worker who had just fallen into a vat of acid hopefully will bring heightened attention regarding worker safety concerns. Both received work-related injuries as one worker fell through a roof and into a vat of acid, and another worker suffered burns in […]

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  • Administrative judge dismisses a tenured New Jersey teacher

    May 09, 2012

    Tenure is a delicate subject. It has a lofty goal: serving the best interests of students while offering teachers employment protection. In practice, however, tenure may become a point of contention between school administrators and teachers’ unions. Christopher Cerf, New Jersey’s education commissioner, has recently dismissed a tenured teacher. The dismissal arose from an incident […]

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  • Junior Seau, brain injuries and the NFL

    May 08, 2012

    In light of Junior Seau’s suicide, the question of brain injuries and its relation to blows in the head while playing for the NFL is a subject that will need to be revisited. A former NFL player, Harry Carson, recently visited the Jersey Shore University Medical Center in New Jersey and discussed the topic of […]

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  • Could New Jersey co-workers violate employee privacy?

    May 04, 2012

    Have you ever had an employer ask personal questions or request personal documents? Many employees have had these types of inquiries and requests made by their employer. This becomes a difficult and uncomfortable situation for the employee. These situations create an uncertain question of how much information can an employer legally request and the potential […]

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  • New Jersey actor paralyzed after being shot by real bullets

    May 03, 2012

    A New Jersey actor was paralyzed during an accident at a theme park while playing a part in a Western drama. What happened was that real bullets were used in the staging rather than blanks. After the shooting, the actor was placed in a medically-induced coma and is currently suffering paralysis to his right arm […]

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  • UPDATE: Surviving New Jersey triplets seek damages for injuries

    May 02, 2012

    Several months ago, we wrote about a horrible truck accident that occurred on a New Jersey highway. The accident occurred when a dump truck collided with a school bus filled with children. Amongst the injured were triplet sisters. The accident claimed the life of one of the triplets and seriously injured the other two sisters. […]

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  • Bayer’s birth control pills alleged to be defective

    May 01, 2012

    Bayer AG, a drug manufacturer that sells its products in New Jersey and throughout the rest of the world, has now settled a series of products liability lawsuits concerning its birth control bills in the United States for more than $142 million. This averages out to something like $218,000 per case. It’s been suggested that […]

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  • Large storeowner settles slip and fall lawsuit

    April 26, 2012

    Lowe’s, a home-improvement store that does business in New Jersey and throughout the United States, has just settled a slip and fall lawsuit involving an 8-year old boy that fractured his leg for $50,000. The floor was wet in a garden area of the store where the boy slipped. Though these types of accidents do […]

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