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Burlington County Personal Injury Lawyers Warn of Summertime Slip and Falls

Many of us enjoy the lazy days of summer and all of the fun that comes with it.  Longer, warm days, cool evenings and bright sunshine call us outdoors to enjoy swimming, long walks, bike rides and picnics.  As we trade our winter boots for flip flops and head outdoors, we often forget that the […]

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Cherry Hill Car Accident Lawyers Educate on New Car Seat Laws

In New Jersey, car seat laws are in effect to protect the safety of child passengers in cars should they be involved in a car accident. There is a new car seat law effective September 1, 2015 that sets forth a strict protocol aimed at reducing serious car accident injuries in children. These new car […]

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Cherry Hill Bicycle Accident Lawyers Advocate for Safer Roads

When bicycle riders leave their homes, the last thing they expect is to be involved in a bicycle accident. Yet, the harsh reality is that the state of New Jersey has the second highest percent of fatal motor vehicle accidents killing bicyclists or pedestrians. New Jersey’s 28.9 % of fatal car accidents involving pedestrians or […]

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Camden County Medical Malpractice Lawyers: Lack of Coordination Contributes to Medical Malpractice

Nursing organizations and patient safety advocacy groups are drawing renewed attention to the lack of medical device interoperability in hospitals. The issue of interoperability failure is often identified as a significant contributing factor in medical error and fatal medical malpractice. A recent study conducted by the Gary and Mary West Health Institute surveyed nurses on […]

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Cherry Hill Car Accident Lawyers: Teen Drowsy Driving

There are many negative influences that could affect a driver’s ability to remain focused on the road; drowsiness is one factor that does not often get enough attention. Drowsy driving is just as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol. It reduces alertness, delays reaction time, and compromises decision-making skills. Drowsy driving among teenagers […]

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Cherry Hill Medical Malpractice Lawyers Report: Understaffed NJ Hospitals Risk Medical Malpractice

Many hospitals throughout the state of New Jersey suffer from the understaffing of nurses due to regulations put into place by the Christie administration. The current protocol for staffing nurses and inspections of hospitals in New Jersey is currently under attack because many believe patient care is being compromised. Currently, Senator Joseph Vitale is voting […]

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Cherry Hill Car Accident Lawyers: Teen Driver Safety

Starting as early as age 14, teens begin driver’s education training to become future drivers. Although it is reassuring to see that the amount of teens killed in car accidents decreased from 1980 to 2013 from over 7,000 to 2,524, car accidents are still the leading cause of death for teens in the United States. […]

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Cherry Hill Medical Malpractice Lawyers Alert Patients to Medical Mistakes

Medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the United States. An estimated 440,000 people die each year due to medical errors such as hospital-acquired infections and faulty medical devices. A professor of health policy at Harvard’s School of Public Health attributes the rise of medical mistakes to a healthcare system that is […]

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Cherry Hill Car Accident Lawyers Discuss Preventing Teenage Drunk Driving

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) statistics reveal that underage drinking causes approximately 4,300 fatalities among young people annually in the US. With pop culture painting underage drinking as a rite of passage, many communities are stepping up their efforts to reduce underage drinking and the drinking and driving fatality rate among teen drivers. Students, […]

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Camden County Medical Malpractice Lawyer Discusses Preventable Birth Injuries

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported 3,932,181 births in the United States in 2013.  For each of those births, a mother was expecting and hoping for a safe delivery and a healthy infant to take home.  When something goes wrong pre-natally or post-natally for a child or a mother, a medical malpractice […]

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