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Wrongful death tragedy as New Jersey man is beaten to death.

A young man was beaten to death recently at a Piscataway bowling alley. In an apparent case of wrongful death, police officers were dispatched to a New Jersey bowling alley in Newark, in the early morning hours of Saturday, Oct. 19. They responded to a report of fighting in the parking lot and inside the bowling alley. When they arrived, they reportedly found about 250 people involved in a series of fistfights. It was later determined that the actual fight may have involved less than five people.

New Jersey residents could suffer from medical malpractice

Any patient runs the risk of being misdiagnosed, maltreated or injured, due to the negligence of a hospital or doctor. Residents of New Jersey who are faced with this situation should remember that reimbursement for damages and injuries, suffered at the hands of medical professionals, does exist. One such example involves a woman who recently won her medical malpractice lawsuit against a gynecologist, who tried to prevent her from seeking care for the severe burns he inflicted on her stomach, during a laser liposuction procedure.

New Jersey car accidents can cause injuries to several people

People who are injured in a New Jersey auto accident may be angry due to the seemingly preventable nature of a crash. Understandably, their levels of rage could increase if the accident happened because the person responsible was acting in a negligent or reckless manner. It is within the rights of the victims to pursue financial damages to help cover the expenses resulting from these types of car accidents.

New Jersey motorist potentially facing wrongful death charge

The sudden loss of a parent to a tragic accident can have an ever-lasting emotional impact on his or her family. A recent car accident in North Brunswick claimed the life of a 22-year-old father-to-be. Sadly, a future mother of two twins has now been left on her own. A 28-year-old motorist is facing criminal charges for the crash that took the life of victim, and could potentially be facing a wrongful death claim in a New Jersey civil court.