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Purpose is to Prevent Work Injuries and Death– Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act (the OSH Act), 29 U.S.C.A. § 651 to § 678, to “assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the Nation safe and healthful working conditions and to preserve our human resources.” 29 U.S.C.A. §… Read More »
Imagine that over the course of several months you deposited $96,000.00 cash in a national bank safe deposit box. Then one day you discover the box completely empty. You are in disbelief. You assume you had mistakenly been given the wrong box. You then notify a bank employee who assures you the empty box… Read More »
By: John D’Amico Prisoner re-entry—the process of leaving prison and returning to society—has become a pressing issue throughout the nation. Former prisoners are returning home in large numbers, having spent longer terms behind bars than previous inmates in years past. Unfortunately, the great majority of them will be unprepared for reintegration and will return… Read More »
Mr. Jones treated with two doctors at ABC Orthopaedic Associates, Dr. Smith and Dr. Smithy. Accordingly, plaintiff’s counsel contacted Dr. Smith and Dr. Smithy requesting their fee schedule for deposition/trial testimony. As such, on June 6, 2013, Dr. Smith corresponded with plaintiff’s counsel advising that his fee for deposition is a minimum of $8,000… Read More »
Infections in the Nursing Facility Nursing homes are literal breeding grounds for infections. Indeed, estimates vary between one and three million cases of infection per year in U.S. facilities caring for our elderly loved ones. Over a third of a million die. While negligence is not always the cause of New Jersey nursing home… Read More »
If you’ve been injured, insurance companies know you may be hoping for a quick settlement. Carriers use this knowledge and other tactics to take advantage of claimants not represented by a New Jersey personal injury lawyer. You are likely entitled to a greater settlement than the insurance adjuster has revealed. See the information below… Read More »
There are nine key questions that jurors will ask themselves when they size up your auto accident case. Read below to find out how your story will come across to the typical juror. New Jersey personal injury lawyer Gerald Clark provides a complimentary initial consultation. Call (877) 841-8855 for an appointment. Call today.