Lawyer in Your Corner

Hey Doc, That’s My Daughter You’re Talking About

A controversial new book tells us that women and girls get better medical care when there is a man in the room, and we’re not talking about when the doctor is a man. Maya Dusenbery is a woman who suffered from rheumatoid arthritis when she was in her 20s. She was one of the “lucky” […]

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Spring Rides

Although Spring greeted millions of Americans with snow storms, as we head into April the weather will begin to start getting warmer. The warm weather will not only let us leave our jackets behind but will open the door for motorcycle riders to come out on the road and begin to ride again. Riders And […]

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Autonomous Autos: The Long Road Ahead

While we’ve all been counting down the days to have our own KITT from the television show Knight Rider, our days of waiting might soon be over. It may not be a Pontiac Firebird, but driverless cars are slowly making their debuts across the country. In 2009, Google announced that it would begin developing self-driving […]

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Too Many Lawyers and Too Many Lawsuits

McDonald’s case, run-away juries, tort reform, caps on medical malpractice, compensation culture, and insurance premiums. Every time we pick a jury, we hear these words and the defense attorneys nod their heads in agreement, while they try to hide their smiles. As a plaintiff’s lawyer, there is not much you can say to a potential […]

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Technology and its Impact on the Road

Each year technology advances to cater to our simplest or most complex needs. While there are advances in medicine, space and all other areas of life, the one we frequently come across is the one in our pocket – our cell phones. Each year they become smaller, have longer lasting batteries, and adapt to our […]

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Driving Tips For Winter Weather

While car crashes can occur at any time of the year, driving in the winter requires more caution. New Jersey has already seen a few snowfalls and there are still two months of winter left. Snow can impact visibility, traction and the speed of drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 17 percent […]

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