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New Jersey State Division Hit With Wrongful Death Suit

The death of an 8-year-old girl has led to a civil suit being filed against the state on charges of negligence. The daughter of the girl’s godmother is alleging wrongful death and negligence against the state of New Jersey, who she claims knew about the girl’s abusive home life and did not do enough to […]

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Defective Product Suits Filed Against Appliance Companies

Several appliance giants have come under fire for product issues specifically regarding front-loading washing machines. Numerous suits originating in New Jersey and elsewhere in the nation have been brought against several companies related to mold and mildew problems associated with their washing machine lines. Most of these defective product claims stem from possible health concerns […]

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Telemedicine In New Jersey May Change Medical Malpractice Laws

Technology is constantly evolving, and nowhere is this evolution more visible than in the medical field. In New Jersey and elsewhere around the nation, the concept of “telemedicine” is becoming more prevalent: the move is toward less in-person patient-doctor interaction. This futuristic take on medicine is sparking controversy as to how medical malpractice suits will […]

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New Jersey Legislation Changes Medical Malpractice Suits

A controversial new ruling may significantly change the process of seeking legal recourse in malpractice suits. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled on April 25 that expert witnesses called in medical malpractice cases must specialize in the same field of medicine as the accused doctor. This new ruling could have a profound effect on any […]

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Novelty Helmets A Dangerous Product For New Jersey Motorcyclists

The sale of so-called “novelty helmets”, cheap but flashy alternatives to more expensive safety helmets, is leading to more and more motorcycle deaths, according to national authorities. New Jersey motorcycle aficionados should take note: according to many studies, a novelty helmet is a dangerous product that does not provide adequate protection in the event of […]

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Brain Injuries Send Nfl Players To Court

The National Football League stands accused of obscuring medical information about the connection between concussions and long-term neurological problems, according to lawyers representing players. New Jersey football fans are keenly aware of how violent pro football can be, and brain injuries are all too common. Now the players are fighting back against a league they […]

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New Jersey Consumers Beware Of Dangerous Product Frozen Food

New Jersey consumers may benefit from being aware of a recent recall that has affected products distributed nationwide. Rich Products Corp. has voluntarily recalled multiple Farm Rich product lines that may be contaminated with E. coli. The potentially dangerous product lines include Mini Quesadillas, Mini Pizza Slices, Philly Cheese Steaks, Mozzarella Bites and many more. […]

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New Jersey Athletes Could Be Affected By Brain Injuries

Brain injuries have proven to be a problem facing athletes today. Even with stricter regulations and rule changes in some sports, the number of concussions and long term affects on are on the rise. This is a topic of concern for New Jersey players of all ages. Recent lawsuits filed with regard to a deceased […]

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Medical Malpractice Claims May Reach New Jersey

Patients who incur ailments for unknown reasons can sometimes lead investigators to look into the patient’s medical providers. In one such case, it was found that an out-of-state oral surgeon apparently violated numerous regulations that left 7,000 of his patients potentially exposed to contracting HIV, Hepatitis and other serious diseases. If the contraction of such […]

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Products Liability Claims In Hip Replacement Surgery Are Growing

Surgery is almost always performed with the intent of improving health. Implants are typically used in a New Jersey surgery as a substitution for natural body parts that are not functioning as intended. It is devastating to people who have surgery to replace a joint that does more damage than good. In such cases a […]

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