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$2.275 Million Settlement for NJ Man Electrocuted on the Job

RED BANK, NJ October 9, 2018—Keefe Law Firm today announced that an electrician who sustained permanent injuries that scarred and disfigured multiple areas of his body when he was struck by 138,000 volts of electricity settled his matter for $2.275… Read More »

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The NJ Paid Sick Leave Act of 2018

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On October 29, 2018 New Jersey will join many other states that require employers of all sizes to provide employees with up to 40 hours of paid sick leave during an employer established “benefit year”. Here is a snapshot of… Read More »

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Keefe Law Firm’s Jessica S. Allen Appointed to the NJ Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts

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Jessica S. Allen, Counsel at Keefe Law Firm was recently appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts as the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association’s representative for its 2018-2020 term. The purpose of the Committee… Read More »

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Essex County Single Mom Awarded $1.5 Million in Auto Crash Settlement

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September 17, 2018 (RED BANK, NJ)—Keefe Law Firm today announced that a plaintiff who sustained multiple injuries when the vehicle she was riding in was struck by a delivery van received a $1.5 million settlement under the Honorable Dennis F…. Read More »

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When Does Workplace Behavior Become a Discrimination Lawsuit?

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When it comes to working in the state of New Jersey, employers have certain duties to their employees. One of those duties involves making the work environment feel safe. However, when the comments and actions of management or fellow employees… Read More »

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Can Social Media Lead to Employment Discrimination?

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Do you know what it takes to be a state police officer here in New Jersey? It’s no easy task; the statewide force is very particular about who may join its ranks. And if a candidate behaves improperly they could… Read More »

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What Can Happen When Rollercoasters Malfunction?

When you go to an amusement park, you expect thrills, excitement and fun—but you also expect to be safe as well. Not many amusement park goers talk about that last expectation, but it is an aspect of your trip that… Read More »

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What Happens When Insurance Isn’t Enough to Cover Accident Damages?

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The night of February 6, 2015 changed the life of a 47-year-old man driving on the New Jersey Turnpike. That night, his vehicle collided with another vehicle that was stopped on the turnpike. The collision caused the man’s car to… Read More »

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Was Invokana Rushed to Market?

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In 2013, a new drug to treat type 2 diabetes was released. This medication, Invokana, was seen as a new way to help control diabetes and doctors began prescribing it to many of their patients. Unfortunately, there were a few… Read More »

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Why Did a Monmouth County Man Sue His Insurance Company?

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In February 2014, a man and his son were driving down Route 70 near Toms River when disaster struck. Another vehicle collided with the travelers head-on, causing injuries and property damage. As with many cases like this, the two parties… Read More »

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