Posts Tagged ‘New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys’

New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney Cautions Parents About Stair-Related Injuries

Friday, April 6th, 2012

With a child under the age of five visiting the emergency room every six minutes for an injury related to stairs, it is appropriate that this New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney warns parents of the potential dangers associated with staircases.


New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney takes on Slip-and-Fall lawsuit and sues Union Forge

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Initially filed against the Solitude House Museum on River Road after the victim of a slip-and-fall injury caused by a leaf covered step hired a New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney to handle his case. The managing company-  Union Forge Heritage Association (UFHA) the managing is now being sued as the victim suffered two fractured wrists and a cuts on his face.

To read more about this case, read the article provided by Camilla Somers, editor –

New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney Takes on Risperdal Case

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012

This is an interesting case to follow as a New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney works to try and use the fact that- Johnson & Johnson hid Risperdal Studies to Boost Drug Sales, to help win his personal injury case. The lawyer is representing a user of the drug who developed diabetes after taking the anti-psychotic medication for 14 years. The arguement is that the company, hid studies that pointed to the fact that one of the drug’s side effects was an increased risk for developing diabetes.


New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney Asks – What’s Your Opinion on Tort Reform?

Monday, January 16th, 2012

Too many times, I open the Camden County Bar Association’s newsletter, “The Barrister” which has information about recent verdicts coming out of Camden County which read “No Cause.” A no cause verdict in New Jersey means that the jury found in favor of the defendant, either finding that they didn’t have responsibility for whatever cause of action was pled, or finding that the plaintiff didn’t suffer damages from whatever the defendant allegedly did. For example, in the most recent edition, December 2011, of the 17 verdicts reported, 11 were “No Cause” or “Defense” verdicts, three settled during trial and 3 received jury verdicts. Of the three, our firm handled the middle verdict case, in which our client received a jury award of $175,000.00. This is a troubling trend and one that is especially interesting in light of the continued calls for “tort reform.” Has the call for tort reform made it almost impossible for truly injured parties to have their “Day in Court?” I don’t know the answer to this question, but at least in Camden County, it at least raises the question about the effect of calls for “tort reform” on juries today.

Under a new N.J. bill, a New Jersey Personal injury Attorney would be required to wait 30 days before contacting accident victims

Monday, January 16th, 2012

This article stresses the importance in knowing your rights as an accident victim especially if the updates to a N.J. Bill pass, which would prevent a New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney from contacting you by written solicitation for at least thrity days following an accident. If passed, violating this measure will be considered a crime punishable by a $15,000 fine and up to five years of imprisonment. To read more on the new terms of a bill that once only regulated verbal and electronic solicitation measures, review the entire article at