Lawyer in Your Corner

Snovember In New Jersey

That was something: Kids stuck in school, right here in New Jersey, after midnight; a military presence in Penn Station; commuters stranded on New Jersey highways; cars on fire; cars in rear-end crashes; the George Washington Bridge upper level shutdown; Routes 1 and 9, 3, 4, 17, 21, 46, 78, and 80 at a standstill; […]

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What is Your Teenager’s School Doing to Prevent Assault?

The national conversation on sexual assault recently focused on allegations and denials of assault involving high school teenagers at a house party back in the early 1980s. While those allegations played out on the national stage, the New Jersey Appellate Court ruled in a case where a teenage girl alleged that she was assaulted after […]

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The 19th Annual Andiamo Motorcycle Charity Run And Bike Show

Let’s ride— Andiamo! By Don, Linda and Alan Dickstein, and the Andiamo staff   Riding to help others. That’s the motto of the Andiamo Motorcycle Charity Run. In fact, it’s more than the motto— it’s our core mission. For the past 17 years we at Andiamo Restaurant, a unique and casual restaurant and bar in […]

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Summer Camp Injuries

For many children, once school is over, summer camp is on the horizon. According to the American Camp Association, millions of children attend day and overnight camps annually. Summer camp is an opportunity for children to engage in fun and adventurous experiences. Often providing a variety of activities such as swimming, fishing, playing sports, or hiking, […]

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Paramus Bus Crash – Some of Your Legal Questions

May 17, 2018. 10:20 am. Route 80 West. A nightmare unfolded. This purpose of this blog is simple – to discuss some of the personal injury and wrongful death issues that the victims and their families should consider. As a parent of three kids, I cannot start to imagine the pain that is being suffered. […]

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Independence Day – Saluting The Seventh Amendment on the Fourth of July

Did you ever think of taking a minute to thank Olde England on Independence Day?! A long time ago, King Henry II ruled over England. Then, like now, people had disputes over who owned land. To solve the disputes, King Henry declared that members of the public could come together, decide the facts, and make […]

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