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Car Crash Sends Vehicle Into Home

By Michael P. Burakoff |

No two car accidents are alike. Some are minor, while others happen at high speeds and can be severe in nature. The impact of a car accident can lead to subsequent crashes as well as multiple injuries. This recently happened in New Jersey. Two vehicles collided, causing one to collide with a house. The… Read More »

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Slips and Falls on Sidewalks and Parking Lots

By Michael P. Burakoff |

New Jersey and most other states have seen crazy weather already in 2024. Heavy rainfall, snow, and ice have already been prominent in the United States. In fact, all 50 states have seen snow already — not even four weeks into the new year. Even states that do not usually get snow, such as… Read More »

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School Bus Crashes Into New Jersey Home

By Michael P. Burakoff |

School bus drivers need to be safe, as they often carry children. But even when they are operating the bus as intended, things can happen, such as defects. A defective bus can cause a serious crash as well as injuries. Two students were injured when a school bus crashed into a New Jersey home…. Read More »

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Common Premises Liability Cases

By Michael P. Burakoff |

If you’ve ever been injured, you know that an accident can happen anywhere. While many people are injured on their own properties, many accidents also occur at other people’s homes, as well as stores, restaurants, gas stations, offices, hospitals, hotels, parks, pools, and parking lots. Many properties have hazardous conditions. As such, homeowners, businesses,… Read More »

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Woman Killed After Collision With Building

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Car accidents happen, and they are all different. Some involve other cars. Others are solo-vehicle crashes that may involve objects such as poles, trees, and buildings. A crash with a building can be dangerous and even deadly. A recent accident in Camden has left a woman dead. The fatal crash occurred on the evening… Read More »

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Make Food Safety a Priority

By Michael P. Burakoff |

When attending parties and get-togethers with co-workers, friends, and family members, there’s always a risk of foodborne illnesses. Nobody wants to get their guests sick, and nobody wants to spend time in the hospital with food poisoning. However, foodborne illnesses can still crop up this time of year due to poor food preparation practices…. Read More »

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How New Jersey Plans to Reduce Construction Injuries

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Construction work is an important part of society. Workers build the infrastructure we rely on daily. The construction industry also contributes to economic growth and job creation. However, it’s also dangerous, with workers facing risks on a daily basis. In fact, there has been a 25% increase in construction injuries in New Jersey. There… Read More »

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Loose Rottweiler Bites Man in Arm

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Many people keep their dogs in their houses and yards, but an open door, window, or other means of escape can lead to attacks. Dogs have been known to cause serious injuries and even fatalities with their strong jaws and legs. A rottweiler left a man with a wound on his arm after the… Read More »

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2 Killed After Vehicle Runs Red Light

By Michael P. Burakoff |

People may not think much of running a red light or stop sign once in a while, especially if they are in a hurry. However, these signs and signals are in place for a reason. When they are not followed, they can lead to serious and even fatal car accidents. Sadly, this was recently… Read More »

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Less Common Types of Medical Malpractice

By Michael P. Burakoff |

We go to the doctor to feel better, but medical professionals are not perfect. They make mistakes, just like all humans. But when a mistake causes harm, it may be considered medical malpractice. Doctors and other healthcare professionals are expected to provide a certain standard of care. If they deviate from the quality of… Read More »

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