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New Jersey Pedestrian Accident Settlement: Fronzuto Law Group Obtains $2.6 million on behalf of Permanently Injured Woman

The experienced personal injury attorneys at Fronzuto Law Group recently obtained 2.6 million dollars in compensation while representing a 72-year-old female client who was tragically struck by a truck while walking. Our client was attempting to cross the street in a crosswalk in Passaic County, New Jersey, when a delivery truck making a left turn […]

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Ernest Fronzuto Speaks on Evidence at New Jersey Association for Justice Seminar

Distinguished New Jersey Civil Litigation Attorney Ernest P. Fronzuto, the founder of Fronzuto Law Group, will serve as a presenter at the upcoming New Jersey Association for Justice Winter Seminar, “Hot Topics in Evidence,” to be held on February 28, 2019. As a respected legal authority in the realm of plaintiff’s litigation in New Jersey, Mr. […]

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Named and Unidentified Defendants can Share Fault in Personal Injury Cases, NJ Supreme Court Rules

After hearing a motor vehicle accident case involving several defendants, the New Jersey Supreme Court recently ruled that both named and unidentified defendants can be apportioned fault under New Jersey’s comparative negligence laws. What is Comparative Negligence? In New Jersey, the Comparative Negligence Act (CNA) allows juries in certain personal injury cases to determine the degree […]

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Research on Former NFL Players Shows 99 Percent Had Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy CTE

New research investigating chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) among football players revealed signs of the brain disease in the vast majority of former players’ brains that were studied. The study, entitled “Clinicopathological Evaluation of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Players of American Football,” was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on Tuesday, July […]

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Traumatic Brain Injuries in Childhood May Lead to Anxiety, Depression Long-term

Traumatic brain injuries can be catastrophically damaging at any age; however, a traumatic brain injury in childhood may lead to serious medical and psychological issues for years to come. In fact, a new study discovered that traumatic brain injuries and concussions, when sustained in childhood, may result in anxiety and depression more than a decade […]

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