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Two dead in small plane crash in Burlington County, NJ

June 13th, 2018

A small plane crashed in Burlington County NJ, killing two people, reports confirm.  The Hawker Beechcraft 58 Baron single-engine aircraft went down around 10:00 am according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The plane took off from South Jersey Regional Airpot in Lumberton, New Jersey.   This is a developing story …

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Five School Bus Crashes in Six Days: How Safe Is Your Child’s School, Camp or Sports Bus?

June 13th, 2018

As children across the U.S. enter their final days of school, a spate of recent school bus crashes has parents on edge as to whether their kids will return home safely from a commute that many regard as a childhood rite of passage. As these …

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Aviation Accident Lawyer

The Dangers of Overloading Small Airplanes

June 11th, 2018

As the number of small plane accidents continues to increase, it’s important to highlight that one of the factors playing a roll in these accidents includes the overloading of these planes. Adherence to weight and balance limits of an aircraft is a critical factor to …

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Medical Procedure

Top 6 Questions to Ask Your Doctor before a Medical Procedure

June 8th, 2018

Prior to undergoing any medical procedure, it is important to empower yourself with as much information as possible, which requires a candid conversation with your doctor. All procedures have risks, benefits, alternatives, recovery periods, and other factors to consider. An open and thorough discussion will …

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Birth and Neonatal Injury

Was Your Baby Diagnosed with Kernicterus? Top 8 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

May 17th, 2018

If your newborn baby has been diagnosed with kernicterus, the news is devastating, and you are likely searching for answers as to how and why the condition occurred, whether it could have been prevented, and what the future holds for your child. Below are answers to …

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Arizona Uber self-driving car

Fatal Uber Crash Highlights the Risks of Self-Driving Vehicles

March 20th, 2018

The tragic death on March 18, 2018 of a pedestrian in Arizona struck by an Uber self-driving car raises issues as to whether federal and state officials are prepared to deal with the self-driving vehicle technology that industry players are expected to deploy by 2020. Forty-nine …

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Death Toll at Five for New York Helicopter Crash: Are Sightseeing Helicopters Safe?

March 13th, 2018

The tragic deaths of five passengers whose sightseeing helicopter plunged into New York’s East River on March 11, 2018, raise new issues about the safety of the U.S. air tourism industry, which has a reported crash rate more than 10 times higher than large commuter …

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Amtrak Derailment

Eight People Killed in Amtrak Crashes over Seven-Week Span; Hundreds Injured

March 1st, 2018

Federal investigators say a track switch locked in the wrong position appears to be the cause of the most recent Amtrak collision in South Carolina that killed the train’s conductor and engineer and sent about 115 Amtrak passengers to local hospitals. The Feb. 4, 2018 crash …

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Pedestrian Accidents

Roosevelt Boulevard Strikes Again: Unlicensed Driver Kills Pedestrian

February 12th, 2018

Another victim has died attempting to cross Roosevelt Boulevard. Late Monday evening on Feb. 5, 2018, an unidentified woman in her 20s was struck and killed with such force that she came out of both her sneakers, police said. The accident, which occurred on the inner …

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cap medical malpractice awards

Profitable “NonProfit” Insurance Companies: Hidden Factors in The Rising Cost of Healthcare

August 30th, 2017

Lawsuit reform is a highly controversial topic at the moment. There are many movements to try to cap medical malpractice awards since people blame doctors’ insurance costs as a reason for expensive healthcare. However, what people often don’t see is that the doctors’ insurance which …

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Airbag Recall

Defective Airbags in Mazdas, Hondas, and 17 other automakers cause Largest and Most Complex Safety Recall in U.S. History

August 18th, 2017

Mazda recently issued a recall of nearly 80,000 cars and SUVs, shortly after an initial recall in January, to replace defective airbags.  The defect arises from dangerous Takata airbag inflators, which are located in the front passenger side of certain 2007 through 2009 and 2012 …

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