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String Of Dog Bites Reported In Nutley

By Michael P. Burakoff |

While dogs can bite suddenly for unknown reasons, a lot of dog attacks have to do with aggressive behavior. When dog owners don’t train their dogs or work on their behavior, it can lead to biting. And these bites can happen to strangers, neighbors, and even family members living in the home. In just… Read More »

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Worker Dies In Fall At Amusement Park

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Many accidents happen in the workplace. While many are minor, there are some that happen due to heights, resulting in serious injuries and death. A welder was recently killed in a fall at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, an amusement park in Ocean City. The fatal accident happened on the morning of May 2 on the… Read More »

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Teen Killed, Another Injured In Solo-Vehicle Crash

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Many teens are excited to drive, but the truth is that teen driving is scary. There are a lot of risks involved. One small error can lead to a major accident and even fatality. In fact, car accidents are the top cause of death among teens. Sadly, two high school students were victims of… Read More »

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Woman Files Product Liability Case Against Dunkin’ Donuts Over Spilled Coffee

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Coffee can be very hot when it is first prepared, and there’s nothing worse than having that coffee spill all over you. In fact, such an incident can cause serious injuries, including burns. This was what happened to a New Jersey woman in August 2021. The woman, from Delran, visited a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru… Read More »

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What Is Inadequate Security?

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Business owners have a lot to worry about. Not only are there financial concerns to consider, but they also have to worry about the safety of their customers. Customers could slip and fall, get injured by falling items, or suffer injuries from an elevator or escalator. Another type of premises liability issue that business… Read More »

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2 Injured In New Jersey Stairway Collapse

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Construction sites are home to many hazards. Power tools, heavy materials, electricity, and heights all contribute to injuries and fatalities. In some cases, structures can also collapse, causing serious harm to nearby employees. Two construction workers were recently injured when a stairway collapsed on a New Jersey job site. The incident occurred on the… Read More »

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NJ Worker Killed In Fall At Construction Site

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Falls are common on construction sites, as workers often perform their duties from roofs, scaffolds, and ladders. Unfortunately, a fall can be deadly, especially if it happens from multiple stories. A New Jersey man was recently killed in a construction accident. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of February 11. The 56-year-old man… Read More »

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Erratic Driver Hits 2 Vehicles, Kills Pedestrian

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Motorists on New Jersey roadways have a duty to look out for the safety of others. This means they should not engage in reckless behavior such as speeding, running stop signs and stop lights, and hitting other vehicles or pedestrians. A pedestrian was killed when a reckless driver went out of control in Cape… Read More »

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