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We put our children on school buses trusting their safety is prioritized above all else – above taking a wrong turn or running late. Unfortunately, our state learned in the cruelest way possible last spring that safety is not guaranteed.
May was National Bike Month, and at the closing of the month, we'd like to take the opportunity to provide tips for safer cycling. The two-wheeled lifestyle is popular in New Jersey and across the region.
If you were seriously injured as a result of someone else's negligence, then you may have a personal injury claim. You deserve justice as well as compensation for all of the losses, expenses and consequences you have suffered, which may include:
Bound for New York, Amtrak No. 188 had nearly 240 passengers aboard when it derailed in Philadelphia, sending 200 to the hospital and killing 8 passengers. Survivors emerged from the scene bloodied and in shock, having been hurtled against walls, flying objects and each other as all seven cars flew off the tracks.
Tragedy struck last week when the life of 46-year-old Stacey Weathers was claimed in a freak accident. The Tinton Falls woman was driving southbound on Route 34 in Colts Neck during a powerful nor’easter when a tree fell on her Mustang convertible, killing her.
A major change is coming to the way nursing homes and their residents negotiate contracts. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that all long-term care facilities that receive any compensation from Medicaid and/or Medicare will be barred from imposing mandatory, pre-dispute, binding arbitration clauses in residency contracts.
Falls are the leading cause of injury and death among the elderly in the United States, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The report finds that an older American falls every second of every day, leading to thousands of injuries, emergency room visits and deaths every year.
A New Jersey nursing home is facing legal action after allegations that staff tied a patient to a wheelchair in an effort to restrain her.
The staff member that reported the incident has since been fired from the center and has now filed a claim against the nursing home and its parent company. A lawsuit may also be filed by members of the patient’s family.
In what has been described on one website as “one of the dirtiest plays you will ever see,” a Linden, New Jersey high school football player ripped the helmet off the head of a fallen opposing player from Immaculata and swung it at his forehead, hitting him.