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  • New Jersey lawsuit takes NFL to task for concussions

    December 08, 2011

    The NFL is being sued in New Jersey federal court for policies implemented by the league that may lead to a player’s concussions. The NFL has for quite some time prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs to its players prior to the start of each game. One drug in question, Toradol, is a painkiller that was given to […]

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  • New Jersey car accident complicated by lack of evidence

    December 06, 2011

    Even what seems like a simple car accident can become a complicated matter during the course of an investigation and litigation. New Jersey prosecutors felt that they had found the individual responsible for the death of an “American Idol” star killed in a car accident because a suspect had confessed to being responsible for the […]

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  • Disability awards for New Jersey police and firefighters debated

    December 05, 2011

    There has been talk about reforming the way that disability awards are granted for New Jersey police and firefighter personnel. Currently, the disability payments are based on two-thirds of a public employee’s salaries. However, certain proposals would lower such payments to 40 percent of their salaries. Such proposals would also require further medical evaluations before […]

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  • New Jersey requires ice and snow removal from cars and property

    December 02, 2011

    We can expect the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety to step up enforcement of the Ice and Snow Removal Law that was enacted just last year. What the law requires is that all motorists remove accumulated snow and ice from their cars to be sure that dislodged ice does not injure other bystanders. […]

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  • Reckless New Jersey driver manages not to injure anyone else

    December 01, 2011

    Car accidents can happen for a variety of reasons, but extreme recklessness by a small minority of drivers is the cause of too many accidents. Recently, due to the conduct of the driver, a one-car New Jersey accident could easily have resulted in a number of injuries or fatalities. Just minutes before the accident occurred, […]

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  • Bill creates more requirements for workers’ compensation

    November 29, 2011

    A bill expected to be introduced publicly by New Jersey Senate Democrats will put in place additional requirements for public employees to receive compensation for a worker disability. In order to grant workers’ compensation due to accidents, the bill is set to create additional stringent qualifications and also would form a joint management-labor board. In […]

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  • New Jersey diabetic bus drivers allege discrimination

    November 28, 2011

    Three New Jersey bus drivers allege employment discrimination in that they were suspended for a medical condition that they claimed not to have. The three bus drivers do admit that they are diabetic, but that they are not prone to losing consciousness, hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia that would have prevented them from the safe operation of […]

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  • New Jersey Company accused of retaliation against injured worker

    November 25, 2011

    A commuter rail company that does business in New Jersey was ordered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to pay $141,000 in restitution to an injured worker. OSHA alleged that the rail company intentionally and wrongly classified the worker’s injury as not occurring on the job. The company then allegedly denied the worker […]

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  • Retired New Jersey officer arraigned for motorcyclists deaths

    November 25, 2011

    A retired New Jersey police officer has been charged with two counts of homicide following an accident killing and injuring a number of motorcyclists. It is alleged that the retired officer was in his pickup truck driving drunk at speeds of 51 mph in a 35 mph zone, that he crossed the center lane and […]

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  • New Jersey State Trooper involved in 3-vehicle crash

    November 23, 2011

    Even police officers can be involved in accidents that caused injuries and require investigation. A three-vehicle accident recently occurred involving a New Jersey State Trooper. The state trooper in question was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Since the crash involved serious injuries and concerned a state trooper, the state police “fatal accident” […]

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