Lawyer in Your Corner

Halloween and Samhain

When folks talk about the Irish festivals celebrated in America, the conversation usually goes straight to St. Patrick’s Day, parades, corned beef, cabbage and Guinness. We Irish are certainly proud of that. What you probably don’t know is that we also brought you Halloween! Samhain Is a Part Of Halloween’s History The ancient Gaelic festival […]

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Concert Venue Accidents and Injuries

As the fall continues on, so does concert and festival season. A night out with friends or family to go see musicians can be a unique and fun outing. But a night with large groups of people, low lighting and alcohol can end up being a bad combination. Recently, in New Jersey, at a Snoop […]

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Falling Leaves… Rising Dangers

Fall is coming and the next few months will see weekend warriors clearing their yards of the autumn leaves, twigs, and branches. Throughout suburban New Jersey, the sidewalks and roadways will soon have piles of leaves waiting to be cleared by the DPW. Because this necessary cleanup can also cause dangers that we do not […]

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Super “Bowl” – Concussions, Cannabis and a Cure?

With impeccable timing, the Bleacher Report published a pre-season article to make us feel better about the crunching tackles we are going to see on our TV screens over the next few months. “Imagine a pill that could make all the NFL’s concussion problems go away?” it asked us. It quoted one doctor who optimistically […]

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Get Your Sun Screen

There are only a few weeks of summer left, and we want to get the last of that summer sun… Unfortunately, this can cause us to make bad decisions – more time in the water, not applying sunscreen, not re-applying sunscreen, soaking up those rays … The correct application of sunscreen is as important now […]

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Entering Law School

As August comes to an end, law school begins for an exciting group of students. As someone who recently graduated from law school, I learned a lot through the three-year journey. On the first days of orientation, students came to speak to us about their experiences and how difficult it was and how they had […]

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