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Coronavirus and Workers’ Compensation Benefits in New Jersey

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The novel coronavirus spreads quickly, but may not be detectable for up to 2 weeks. Given these facts, COVID-19 is extremely difficult to trace in most cases. However, certain occupations entail more exposure to the coronavirus than others. If you contracted COVID-19 while at work, you may be eligible for workers’ comp benefits. Below, our …

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Brain Injuries: What Happens To the Brain After a Traumatic Injury?

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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is defined as any type of trauma to the head that interrupts the brain’s normal function. The most common type of brain injury is a concussion. Whether they are diagnosed as mild, moderate or severe, brain injuries are dangerous because they often cause damage that can grow worse over time. …

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Common Causes of Burn Injuries from Defective Products

Common Causes of Burn Injuries from Defective Products

Most of us remember the famous case of Liebeck vs McDonald’s that involved a woman suing the fast-food chain after receiving serious burns from a spilled coffee. While the case was initially criticized as being frivolous, it was soon discovered that Liebeck suffered third-degree burns over 16 percent of her body. This case exposed the …

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Who’s Responsible for Drive-Thru Accidents in New Jersey?

When you pull into the drive-thru for an order of fries and a drink, you don’t expect to leave with vehicle damage and an accident report. However, drive-thru accidents are relatively common. Drivers get distracted or fail to take proper precautions while playing on their phones or getting out payment. When you’ve been involved in …

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Hail to Our Growing Awareness of Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injury

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Will Smith’s portrayal of Dr. Bennet Omalu in the film Concussion has again sparked dialogue about the dangers of brain injuries, especially for young people playing contact sports in high school and college. Yet more than 100 million Americans gathered around big screen televisions throughout the nation on Sunday to watch historic Super Bowl 50, in …

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