Lawyer in Your Corner

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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How To Safely Renew Your Car Insurance In New Jersey

Car insurance quotes in New Jersey It is a simple deal: car insurance companies will offer you lower rates if you agree to less protection. Cheaper insurance for you is less protection for you which is less protection for your family. The New Jersey Association for Justice recommends (and LMLTOO agrees) that you get car […]

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

Gender Inequality in New Jersey Medicine 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. […]

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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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Wrongful Prolongation of Life in New Jersey

The hospital staff didn’t want him to go. They honestly thought that he really didn’t want to let go himself. After all, he had spent the last month telling them about the little grandkids. The staff could see the love— a hospital room with flowers and get well cards. But he had a different idea. […]

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