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March 2014 Archives

Car accident in New Jersey kills and injures pedestrians


Every prudent resident driving along the streets of New Jersey ought to be aware of his or her surroundings and maintain careful control over the vehicle at all time. Car accidents, be they head-on collisions or hit-and-run accidents, can lead to one or more of the parties involved suffering from serious injuries. Not only can such accidents cause catastrophic injuries that can claim the life of the injured, he or she may experience considerable pain and suffering and at the very least, has to bear considerable medical expenditures.

Car accident causes wrongful death on New Jersey road


It is a heavy burden to have to suffer from the loss of a loved one, even more so when the death has not occurred naturally, but can be attributed to negligence or wrongdoing by another person. It can be a homicide, or an accidental death, or a death brought by usage of deadly products. In each of these cases, it is the hardest for the surviving family members of the victim to come to terms with the sudden death and it is only fair that they should have a legal recourse against the person responsible for causing them such hardship. That is what a wrongful death claim is all about.

Orange juice recalled in New Jersey


Under New Jersey laws, companies are expected to ensure that their products are not dangerous to consumers. In particular, companies have a duty to prevent foreseeable harm to consumers and to properly warn consumers of the dangers of the product. While most companies follow these rules, dangerous products can still make their way into the New Jersey stream of commerce.

Hospital noise could impact New Jersey patients

This week is Patient Safety Awareness Week, which is a global movement to raise awareness to the importance of patient safety issues and efforts to improve safety. Patient safety can be impacted by several different factors. However, most people would be surprised to hear that hospital noise can actually impact a patient's health.