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  • New Jersey man’s brain injury leads to unpredictability

    February 23, 2012

    The least predictable of all medical maladies are brain injuries. Brain trauma can result in unexpected behavior and rage in individuals that never was associated with the individual prior to the injury. A New Jersey man was struck by a vehicle operated by a drunken driver and his body was thrown 26-feet before striking pavement. […]

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  • New Jersey woman suing for pregnancy discrimination

    February 23, 2012

    A New Jersey woman alleges that she was fired from her job as a chiropractor due to 11-days of missed work due to pregnancy complications. In return for her suing her employer for pregnancy and gender discrimination on the job, she is being sued for allegedly breaking her employment contract. One problem with enforcing pregnancy […]

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  • Construction accident at World Trade Center site

    February 20, 2012

    The Port Authority of New Jersey is working with its neighboring state and city agencies to determine what exactly while construction is going on at the World Trade Center site. Nearly 20 tons of steel fell 40 stories down and ended up crashing upon a flatbed truck. Though it was fortunate that no injuries had […]

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  • Man breaks both wrists on New Jersey museum steps

    February 20, 2012

    A New Jersey museum is being sued for a slip and fall accident after the plaintiff had fallen on the museum’s steps and broke both of his wrists. The plaintiff alleges that the steps were covered with leaves and other debris making it difficult to determine where to step down. Though the museum was apparently […]

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  • New Jersey chandeliers among recent product recalls

    February 16, 2012

    Of the many different defective products that are out there on the marketplace, probably nobody would suspect that chandeliers would present enough dangers that a manufacturer would feel the need to issue a recall. Yet Spectrum Home Furnishings, a New Jersey manufacturer has done just that because it was determined that mountings were insufficient to […]

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  • One more New Jersey highway accident

    February 16, 2012

    A recent New Jersey highway accident along Route 9 delayed traffic even longer than usual as parts of the roadway were shutdown for more than 5-hours. A Dodge Charger and a Jeep Cherokee collided causing the jeep to leave the roadway and collide with a tree. A passenger in the jeep was unconscious and trapped […]

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  • New Jersey college student suffers severe brain trauma

    February 13, 2012

    A New Jersey college student suffered a brain injury when a deck at a Scranton home collapsed and fell down upon him. A lawsuit has been filed against the landlord of the property, the contractor that built the deck, and six other college students that were standing on the deck when the accident occurred. The […]

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  • New Jersey motorcycle deaths end in lawsuit

    February 13, 2012

    We’ve previously written about the retired New Jersey police officer that was involved in an accident that killed two New Jersey motorcycle drivers and injured four other riders. The motorcycle accident supposedly occurred because this individual was driving a pickup truck while drunk, had swerved into the opposite lane and then ran into the group […]

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  • Construction workers injured on New Jersey turnpike

    February 09, 2012

    Public workers are often injured on the job due to the negligence or carelessness of other individuals and then have to rely on Workers’ Compensation benefits. A recent car crash along the New Jersey turnpike not only killed two individuals riding in a car, it also resulted in the injury to two construction workers on […]

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  • Disabled worker fired while working for health magazine

    February 09, 2012

    A director at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) which oversees a number of employment discrimination cases out of New Jersey commented on how employers continually make hiring and firing decisions based on discriminatory practices. This director was referring to a case where a distributor of a health magazine possibly terminated a worker due to […]

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