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Prevent Accidental Poisonings

Most adults are aware of common household substances that pose a risk to younger children. Still, every year, too many children are injured or die from poisons found in their own homes that were not secured or were used improperly. Education about poisonous substances is vital for parents and children. Anyone who has a home that is visited by children or who works in areas that children can access should be aware of these poisons. Children are curious by nature,[…] Read More

Wrongful Death Lawsuits After a Car Accident

More than a million drivers, passengers, and pedestrians suffer fatal injuries every year on the nation’s roadways. Their deaths affect those dependent upon them for financial assistance or companionship. Consequently, New Jersey law allows specific parties who were close to the deceased person to file wrongful death lawsuits against the alleged at-fault party to recover damages. The damages can then be used to compensate the surviving representatives of the victim. Understanding the Basics of a Wrongful Death Crash In New[…] Read More