Dangerous Trek Bicycles Recalled

Trek Bicycles Equipped with Front Disc Brakes Recalled Due to Crash Hazard Serious injuries result from poor bicycle design. On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall for Trek bicycles equipped with front disc brakes.  These
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Protecting yourself in New Jersey Municipal Court with a Civil Reservation

New Jersey Supreme Court defines procedure for civil reservations The New Jersey Supreme Court has issued its decision in Madia vs Kuskin clarifying when a civil reservation is valid and enforceable. We will discuss the implication of this case below, but first, it
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New Jersey Burn Injuries

Fire, Explosions Or Even Hot Surfaces Can Result in Life-Changing Damages Most non-lawyers think of car accidents when the phrase “personal injury” is invoked, but some of the most severe and damaging injuries have relatively simple but destructive causes. According to the United
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Positive Fee Award Decision for Personal Injury Plaintiffs

New Jersey Appellate Court Finds Contingent Fee Shouldn’t Be Deducted From Fee Award The brand new published (and therefore precedential/binding on lower courts) decision in Katherine Feliciano vs. Jeffrey N. Faldetta, et al. provides personal injury plaintiffs who were victims of car accidents,
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When Your Snow Day Goes Bad

Liability for Snowy New Jersey Sidewalks, Parking Lots and Driveways It’s not even technically winter yet but New Jersey has already experienced its fair share of wintry weather. Parts of the state have already received over one foot of snow in the
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