Category Archives: Personal Injury

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Are Electronic Cigarettes Safe?

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Millions of Americans are using electronic cigarettes to get their nicotine fix. Electronic cigarettes, also called e-cigs or e-cigarettes, use lithium-ion batteries to heat propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin into clouds of flavored vapor. For many former and current smokers,… Read More »

How Will Blockchain Change Civil Trial Law as We Know It?

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Do you know what blockchain is? Over the past year or so, this new technology has taken the spotlight when it comes to cryptocurrencies, business and, soon, the practice of law. So, the question is not only what is blockchain,… Read More »

Why Are Assistant Managers Suing Wawa in New Jersey?

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Did you know that in order to be exempt from overtime pay, you must not spend a significant portion of your work time on nonmanagerial duties? This is an issue that has haunted companies like Chipotle, which was sued over… Read More »

Why Is a Former New Jersey College Deputy Police Chief Suing?

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As a campus police officer at Stevens Institute of Technology, a British immigrant managed to work his way up to the position of deputy police chief. However, after a year of conflict with his police chief, the man was terminated…. Read More »

Why Is Home Depot Being Sued by Terror Attack Victims?

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On October 31, 2017, a man drove a truck onto a bike trail in Manhattan, plowing into bicyclists and runners along a one mile stretch. After crashing downtown, the driver of the truck was arrested, and it was later discovered… Read More »

What’s the Most Dangerous Road for Pedestrians in New Jersey?

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In 1993, the Tri-State Transportation Campaign was formed to address economic and environmental issues caused by the use of automobiles in our area. Since then, the non-profit has worked to reduce car dependency in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey…. Read More »

How Did Urine Samples Lead to a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit?

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Have you ever given a urine sample? Sometimes a new employer will request you get one such test, and when they do, they will often send you to an independent lab to have the sample taken and tested. At one… Read More »

Are People Still Getting Sick from Asbestos Exposure?

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New research published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) discovered people are still developing health conditions caused by asbestos exposure. The CDC’s report shows a 4.8 percent increase in mesothelioma deaths between the years of 1999 and 2015. In… Read More »

Can Future Treatments for Spinal Cord Injuries Reduce Paralysis?

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The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center estimates more than 282,000 Americans are living with spinal cord injuries. Depending on the nature of a spinal cord injury, living independently can be difficult or impossible. Treatments for spinal cord injuries focus… Read More »

Will Nanotechnology Become the Next Asbestos?

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Over the last several years, a debate has developed on whether nanotechnology will become the next asbestos, or mass tort phenomenon. Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring, small fibers that can be inhaled and trapped in the lungs. where… Read More »