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September 2014 Archives

Will medical malpractice case be filed in Joan Rivers' death?

Most everyone in New Jersey has heard of the passing of Joan Rivers.  However, not everyone may know that a controversy is brewing around her death.  A medical malpractice claim may be the result of the questions currently being asked about what happened during the throat procedure she was undergoing when she went into cardiac arrest.

Seconds count when it comes to avoiding car accidents

A recent accident here in New Jersey involving four cars could have included at least one more. The man driving that car found out just how much seconds count when it comes to avoiding car accidents.  Unfortunately, the drivers of three other vehicles behind him were not as lucky.

Driver negligence probable in deadly New Jersey accident

Most New Jersey drivers are aware that during and after it has been raining, the chance that a vehicle may not have the traction needed to stay on the roadway increases.  If a vehicle also happens to be going above the posted speed limit, this is a recipe for disaster.  Failing to consider the prevailing road conditions while driving could be considered negligence.

New Jersey drug manufacturer recalls dangerous products

Pharmacy Creations is a compound pharmacy located here in New Jersey. Recently, the Federal Drug Administration published information regarding Pharmacy Creations' voluntary recall of four potentially dangerous products. So far, the company has not received any reports of illness or death related to this recall.

Did negligence contribute to the death of a man in New Jersey?

Paying attention to traffic signs and signals is the responsibility of every driver on New Jersey roads. When a person fails to do so, the result can cause serious or even fatal injuries. For instance, the alleged negligence of one driver is being blamed for a man's death and injuries to a woman.