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New Jersey Truck Accidents: When Truckers Are Distracted

Tractor trailers play an important role in Bergen County, bringing food, clothing and other life-sustaining supplies. The New Jersey State Police reported that 30 fatal crashes involved tractor trailers in 2011.

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When Dogs Bite: What Victims in New Jersey Need to Know

After Suffering a Dog Attack, Victims in New Jersey Do Have Legal Recourse to Hold the Animal Owner’s Responsible.

Earlier this year, New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia had an electrician at his New Jersey home. According to the New York Daily News, the electrician needed to get seven sutures in his leg after one of Sabathia’s dogs bit him.

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Teenage Drivers in New Jersey

Reducing Accidents Involving Teen Drivers is the Goal of New Jersey’s Graduated Driver’s License Program. Teens Can Obtain Permits at 16-Years-Old.
New Jersey residents face a myriad of dangers on the roads every day. These can come in the form of drunk drivers, distracted drivers and more.

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Preparing for a Car Accident in New Jersey Can Save You Money

You may not want to think that you will be in a car accident but with collisions occurring every day, the probability of this happening is high. According to the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Bergen County was the scene of 32,733 crashes in 2011.

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New Study: Texting While Driving More Dangerous Than Previously Thought

Multitasking is all but a way of life in the modern world. Most of us realize that doing two or more things at once tends to detract from quality; but we may not always recognize that it can also be dangerous.

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Start of School Year Raises Child Pedestrian Concerns

With School Starting Up for Most Children in the U.S., Many Will Face Dangers from Vehicular Traffic As They Walk to Or from School.
School is starting up for children all across the United States. Many children in New Jersey will be walking to and from school or their bus stops.

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Disappointment for Brain Injury Victims in New Study

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 1.7 million Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury every year. Traumatic brain injury, otherwise known as TBI, can be caused by a variety of mishaps, from motorcycle accidents to sports injuries.

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Elderly More at Risk When Crossing Streets in Tri-State Area

Crossing the street seems like a simple task, yet more and more people are injured by merely attempting to get from one side of the road to the other. This is increasingly true for elderly or vulnerable residents of the Tri-State (New Jersey, New York and Connecticut) area.

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New Stability Control Proposal Aims To Prevent Dangerous Truck Accidents

Large commercial trucks are essential to modern commerce – but they come with a price. Every year, thousands of motorists are injured or killed in semi truck crashes.

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Defective Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants Take a Heavy Toll on Patients

Every year, an estimated 250,000 Americans undergo a procedure to replace a damaged hip joint. The new, man-made joints implanted are meant to last problem-free for 15 years or more; yet, in one of the most endemic medical device fiascos in recent memory, one entire category of hip implants is failing at an incredible rate, causing widespread and devastating health consequences.

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