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  • New Jersey Man Injured By Garbage Hauling Truck

    September 12, 2017

    An employee of a New Jersey garbage hauling company was injured after his co-worker left with the garbage hauling truck. That individual wasn’t authorized to operate the truck. According to the accident report details, the man sustained injuries when he was thrown from the truck. The force of the impact threw the man into the […]

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  • New Jersey Girl Receives $4 Million Settlement for Accident Injuries

    September 05, 2017

    An 18-year-old girl received more than $4 million by a jury to settle a claim against her father and his insurance company. She received permanent injuries to her spine because her father failed to stop at a stop sign in Hackensack four years ago. Under Section 39:4-81, a driver must obey all traffic control signs […]

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  • Brave Whistleblower Stopped Medicare Fraud

    August 29, 2017

    A number of individual diagnostic centers had perpetrated a fraud on Medicare that was stopped when a whistleblower that worked at one of the companies came forward to the fraudulent practices that were going on at the centers. This scheme defrauded Medicare out of a large amount of money and resulted in a large recovery […]

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  • Medical Marijuana Traveling Confusion

    August 22, 2017

    The laws surrounding marijuana are changing around the country with some places now allowing for recreational smoking of the herb and others allowing it for medicinal purposes only. A professor making her way from her home in Maine to New Jersey was in for an unpleasant surprise when the TSA found a small amount of […]

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  • Wrongful Death Case in Hoboken Transit Train Crash

    August 15, 2017

    One woman’s family is seeking compensatory damages that are unspecified in the claim documented in Superior Court in Hudson County. A 37-year-old female lawyer, born in Brazil, was standing on a platform in the train station on Sept. 29, 2016, when the crash occurred in Hoboken. She had been killed by falling debris from the […]

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  • Tragic Worker’s Death at The Castle

    August 08, 2017

    A roofing company recently was fined after the death of one of their workers at The Castle, an upscale dining hall that’s being built to resemble an actual castle. The tragic accident occurred in November as the roof was being put on the building. The worker had been standing on a forklift in an improper […]

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  • “Stolen Valor” Bill May Make It a Crime to Lie About Military Service

    July 26, 2017

    Pennsylvania House Bill 168 has passed the House and was unanimously approved by the state Senate earlier this year, according to a recent article in Lancaster Online. The bill, known as the “stolen valor” bill, would impose criminal penalties on anyone convicted of lying about military service for personal gain. A draft version of the […]

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  • Settlement in Demolition Accident Case Results in Largest Pennsylvania Personal Injury Award Ever

    July 19, 2017

    On June 5, 2013, debris from a nearby building undergoing demolition hit a neighboring Salvation Army store, resulting in seven deaths and leaving twelve people with severe injuries. In early 2017, a jury held both the Salvation Army and the developer liable and awarded the injured plaintiffs and families $227 million, the largest personal injury […]

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  • Bar Fight Over Football Puts New Jersey Bail Reform Front and Center

    July 12, 2017

    In January 2017, New Jersey enacted one of the most sweeping bail reforms in the United States. Instead of making cash bail the norm, the new system requires courts to use a rubric to evaluate a defendant’s risk to the community and the risk that the defendant will fail to show up for trial. The […]

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  • New Jersey Car Accident Victims May Seek Medical Expenses Above And Beyond PIP Limit

    July 05, 2017

    A driver in New Jersey who carries only the $15,000 minimum in personal injury protection (PIP) auto insurance benefits may seek compensation for medical expenses above and beyond that amount if they are injured by another’s negligence, according to a recent ruling from the New Jersey Appellate Division. New Jersey law contains rules that limit […]

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