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New Jersey Extends Statute of Limitations for Sexual Abuse Claims

May 16, 2019 in
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill to extend the statute of limitations for civil actions alleging sexual abuse. The legislation closely follows a similar bill passed in New York, which eases the time limitations for child victims to seek prosecution against their...
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An Overview of Roundup Litigation

May 15, 2019 in
Thousands of lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto, purchased by Bayer AG in 2018, who is the manufacturer of the popular weedkiller and herbicide Roundup. Scientific evidence demonstrates a link between Roundup’s active ingredient, glyphosate, and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL). The first three trials on...
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Can I File Dental Malpractice?

April 25, 2019 in
Dental care is an important part of maintaining your overall health. For the most part, good dental care involves obtaining regular cleanings, x-rays, and promoting quality brushing and flossing techniques at home. Sometimes, however, dental care becomes a bit more serious, including more involved...
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What Is Article 16 in a Personal Injury Action?

April 23, 2019 in
Personal injury cases are not always just one party negligently causing injury to someone. Oftentimes, multiple parties share liability for someone’s injuries. Cases with multiple negligent parties – known as tortfeasors – have a number of complexities when the time comes to assess liability....
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I Was Injured on a NICE Bus

April 18, 2019 in
The Nassau Inter-County Express bus is a private bus service that operates through Queens and Nassau and Suffolk counties. The bus line was formerly a part of the MTA fleet until it became a private line in 2011. In a three year span beginning...
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