Summer Safety Tips from the ER

Jan 29, 2016 | Personal Injury

Summer is here, and with summer come many hazards unique to this time of year. Emergency room doctor Brady Pregerson published a book “Don’t Try This at Home: Lessons from the Emergency Department,” and followed...

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Law Student Dies in Car Crash Three Days after Recall Notice from GM

Jan 28, 2016 | Personal Injury

The New York Times recently reported on the tragic death of a third-year law student three days after she received the official recall notice for her 2006 GM Saturn. It was the third recall for...

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Headphones Make Children More Likely to Be Victims of Pedestrian Accidents

Jan 27, 2016 | Personal Injury

Driving or walking with headphones or earbuds on isn’t illegal in New Jersey But is it unsafe? Many experts consider headphones unsafe for drivers, and they may be even more dangerous for pedestrians. A Maryland...

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Early School Days Mean More Car Crashes for Teens

Jan 26, 2016 | Uncategorized

The New York Times has reported that – perhaps not surprisingly – teens who sleep later have fewer car accidents. Adjacent counties in Virginia offered researchers a natural “lab” for their experiment on the relationship...

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NCAA Settlement to Improve Head-Injury Policies

Jan 25, 2016 | Personal Injury

The New York Times reports that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has reached a tentative settlement in a class-action lawsuit brought by former college players seeking reforms to college head-injury policies. The proposed settlement...

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