Mammano, Aloi & Mulvihill, PC
Free Consultation: 856-336-5949 / 866-599-6461

August 2016 Archives

Talking to one's doctor about medical malpractice

Many people in New Jersey have likely heard of the importance of talking to their doctor about all sorts of concerns. One can even hear in prescription drug commercials that one should speak freely, openly and frequently with one's physician. Still, this is often easier said than done. Doctors often seem rushed, like they don't really know their patient, and maybe even as if they are not concerned.

What types of workers' compensation benefits are available?

When a New Jersey resident gets hurt at work, he or she is probably going to do a lot of worrying. This is undoubtedly because of the severe financial strain that any injury places upon a worker. When a worker is injured while on the job, though, there is an added layer of confusion with regard to workers' compensation. How does it work? What are the requirements? What types of benefits fit the situation?

Overheating fitness tracker gets a product recall

Nowadays, the world of wearable technology is ever-expanding, especially as "fitness trackers" become more popular among people of all ages. In New Jersey and throughout the nation, many people are excited about the prospect of being able to track their every move and easily record their progress toward personal fitness goals. However, as with all consumer products, wearable tech is constantly being improved. Unfortunately, sometimes products liability concerns happen along the way and consumers end up getting hurt.

Products liability advocates fighting for consumers

It seems as if every day there is a new story about the dangers of certain household products. From dangerous toys marketed to children to food items that have been recalled to auto parts that don't function as they should, it seems as if there is no shortage of potential dangers lurking right in one's home.

Subscribe to This Blog's Feed FindLaw Network