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  • Can a New Jersey pedestrian be partially at fault in an accident?

    April 25, 2012

    A northern New Jersey street was the scene of a recent car accident that involved a pedestrian. Pedestrian accidents, which usually involve a pedestrian and a motor vehicle, can cause a wide array of injury to the pedestrian. Pedestrians can incur any type of injury that ranges from a minor personal injury to ones that […]

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  • Ruling concerns fraudulent denial of workers’ compensation claims

    April 24, 2012

    A federal court’s ruling concerning workers’ compensation claims and denial of benefits could have consequences in New Jersey as well. It was held by the court that too often injured workers were denied such claims because insurance companies and doctors conspired together by coming up with fraudulent medical reports that were favorable to the employer’s […]

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  • Cop talks to Morristown students about prom safety

    April 23, 2012

    Prom season is in full swing, and for high school students it is all about the fun. It is all about getting dressed up, going out to dinner, dancing with your friends and traveling there in style. Sadly, for some teenagers their definition of fun includes alcohol and some students feel peer pressured into participating. […]

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  • Helicopter transport is safer than ambulance

    April 20, 2012

    When involved in a serious accident or after suffering trauma, victims need to be transported to the nearest hospital. Usually they are taken by ambulance, but when injuries are life-threatening or when the accident occurs remotely, victims are often taken by helicopter. The care received by a patient while in transport can be critical to […]

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  • New Jersey city whistleblower claims employment retaliation

    April 20, 2012

    The term whistleblower is the term used to describe an employee who has reported unlawful actions committed by their employer. In an ideal situation, the employee who reported the unlawful action would receive accolades for their actions. Unfortunately, many times these employees are the victims of retaliation by the same employer who committed the unlawful […]

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  • Man breaks both wrists falling on New Jersey museum steps

    April 18, 2012

    Earlier, a lawsuit was filed against a New Jersey museum for injuries that were the result of a slip and fall accident. The person who was injured filed the lawsuit after falling on steps on the museum’s property. As a result of the fall the injured man and now plaintiff incurred two broken wrists. The […]

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  • Spinal cord injuries and recovery

    April 16, 2012

    It’s almost impossible to imagine the difficulties that individuals suffering spinal cord injuries are required to endure. If not for incredible courage and a positive attitude, many of them would likely wish they had died in the accident that caused their disability rather than to go on living. A 19-year-old girl in a neighboring state […]

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  • Car accident victims pay more than taxes on April 15

    April 13, 2012

    Tax day usually falls on April 15. It can be a stressful day for a lot of people from those getting their last minute filings in to the tax preparers who help them. According to one study, the day can actually be deadly for some people on the road that is. Researchers collected traffic data […]

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  • Surgical implants may not have been tested for patient safety

    April 12, 2012

    According to Consumer Reports, most medical implants including transvaginal mesh for prolapsed repair and bladder support were never tested for safety. What this means is that many patients from New Jersey had no idea that the implants they’re carrying around in their bodies may be dangerous and defective. Consumer Reports claims that manufacturers of implants […]

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  • New Jersey motorcycle victims’ family wants answers from police

    April 11, 2012

    After an accident occurs, the first people on the scene are often police officers. They arrive to assist other emergency responders and victims. They investigate the crash scene and gather evidence such as eyewitness accounts from people who observed the events leading up to the crash and the collision itself. Last year a New Jersey […]

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