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New Jersey Abuse Law Leads to Lawsuit Against Boy Scouts

January 20, 2020

Lawsuit Filed Against the Boy Scouts of America The state of New Jersey has extended the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse, so victims can file a lawsuit up to the age of 55, or seven years after they realized they suffered abuse. This new law has led to a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts by four former scouts. None of the former scouts live in New Jersey, but claim the lawsuit should move forward because the Boy Scouts were headquartered in the state until 1979. The four former scouts are from a group of roughly 100 who…

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Individuals in Every Industry Are Susceptible to Workplace Injuries

January 12, 2020

Any worker is susceptible to a workplace injury, regardless of whether they are a construction worker or a manufacturing plant worker who engages in extensive manual labor, or an office worker who spends much of the day at a desk. However, so long as employees and employers recognize the risks of workplace injuries, they can take steps to mitigate those risks. Some of the more common workplace injuries that workers suffer include: Overexertion and Repetitive Stress Injuries If a worker works too hard or too long, it is easy for that worker to become fatigued. Combine that with employers…

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What Are the Surgical Errors that Can Lead to a Medical Malpractice Case?

January 3, 2020

A surgical error can lead to a medical malpractice claim when the surgeon’s performance falls below the applicable standard of care in the patient’s specific case. The standard of care is often described as the acts that another surgeon of similar training and experience would have taken under identical circumstances. A patient can be harmed by a variety of surgical errors, such as the following common surgical errors.  Surgery on the Wrong Patient In rare cases, a patient’s chart can get switched with another patient who is also going into surgery or may be inaccurately recorded. As a…

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New Deadlines for the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund

December 30, 2019

Never Forget. That’s been our nation’s motto since the devastating attacks on 9/11/2001. Despite this very powerful motto, many victims who were injured during the terrorist attack or the rescue efforts do, in fact, feel forgotten. That’s because they continue to suffer from the losses they endured that day. Thankfully, our Never Forget mantra was reinforced when the H.R. 1327 Bill made compensation for victims of September 11th permanent. This powerful legislation enables 9/11 victims and their families to pursue financial compensation by bringing a claim within two years of July 29th, 2019, the date of the Bill’s passage.

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Winter Driving in New Jersey

December 29, 2019

Navigating New Jersey Roadways in the Winter I know we hear a lot about the heat aspect of climate change, but our winters are also getting impacted by these new extreme weather patterns. Despite the weather, we still have to carry on our day-to-day activities, which often involve a commute to work, school and other activities via car. What do you need to know about driving in New Jersey during the winter months? How can you help keep your family safe this winter? Get all the answers and more below. What to Expect: Winters in New Jersey On average, the…

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