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Are Electronic Cigarette Batteries Causing Catastrophic Injuries to Consumers?

Electronic cigarette batteries have gained notoriety for causing severe burn injuries to consumers. However, these are not “minor” burn injuries. People are suffering catastrophic, life-altering injuries from explosions caused by electronic cigarette batteries. In fact, the Navy recently issued a fleet-wide ban on electronic cigarettes over reports of explosions causing injuries to sailors. Victims have the following injuries: Third-degree chemical…
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The Honorable C. Judson Hamlin (ret.) and John E. Gregory, Jr. to Participate in NJSBA Panel

The Honorable C. Judson Hamlin (ret.) and Keefe Law Firm Partner John E. Gregory, Jr. will participate in a panel at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) Annual Meeting & Convention in Atlantic City. Each year, the NJSBA hosts the Annual Meeting & Convention, which includes speakers, networking and social events. John Gregory and Judge Hamlin will speak in…
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John E. Keefe Jr. to Become President-Elect of New Jersey State Bar Association

Keefe Law Firm is proud to announce that John E. Keefe, Jr. will become president-elect of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA). John E. Keefe, Jr. will take over for Robert B. Hille, the current president-elect, at the NJSBA’s Annual Meeting and Convention. This event will take place May 17 through May 19 at the Borgata Hotel Casino &…
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Can Consumers File Lawsuits Over Fiat Chrysler’s Leaking Sunroofs?

Keefe Law Firm is representing plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler. The lawsuit involves a vehicle design flaw affecting several Jeep and Chrysler models. Due to a defect with the drainage tubes, moisture accumulates and water leaks into the cabin. Leaks cause damage to upholstery and electronics. Complaints involved the Jeep Patriot, Jeep Liberty, Jeep Compass, Jeep…
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Does the Nursing Home Industry Want to Cover Up Patient Abuse?

Nursing home care is a profitable industry with a reputation for providing poor services to the elderly and permanently disabled. This is not to say all nursing homes are bad, but that the industry as a whole suffers from significant problems. Profits are more important than providing care for many of these businesses. Nursing homes are also notorious for hiring…
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Getting to Know Keefe Law Firm: Meet New Jersey Trial Attorney John Gregory

New Jersey trial attorney John Gregory diligently fights for injured workers and those who were harmed by the negligence of others. He also serves as a Trustee on the Board of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey (TANJ), an organization that dedicates itself to providing access to our state’s court system. TANJ consists of 800 members, including both plaintiff and…
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Were Superstorm Sandy Cleanup Crews Underpaid?

New Jersey and other East Coast states affected by Superstorm Sandy hired contractors to repair damage to the shoreline and to prepare for the storm. Workers spent months picking up debris, dredging sand to rebuild the beaches and repairing other damage. Some workers were not paid the prevailing wage rate by these contractors. In fact, many received a fraction of…
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Keefe Law Firm’s Consumer Knowledge Series – Debt Relief: Know Your Rights Before Hiring a Debt Relief Service By Stephen Sullivan

Falling behind in debt is stressful and can financially ruin your and your family’s future.  Numerous companies advertise, or otherwise solicit, that they can help you with your debt and reach settlements with your creditors. You need to know your rights and do your homework. Before contracting with you, Federal law requires that debt relief service companies inform you: 1)…
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