It goes without saying that there are important biological differences between men and women. Similarly, the way in which they each manifest certain symptoms or metabolize medication ought to ensure the scientific research centered around such factors. However, women remained generally underrepresented until the 1990s wherein Congress passed into law the NIH Revitalization Act of 1993….

Although Congress outlawed the use of lead-based paint in homes and buildings in the 1970’s, approximately 4,800 children in New Jersey have been found to have high levels of lead in their blood. Nearly forty-nine years after its banning, lead poisoning has become an increasingly common and alarming crisis. Most recently, a Newark Legacy Charter…

The purpose of a New Jersey lawsuit is to compensate an accident victim for their losses. Many people already know they can receive money to cover the cost of medical care, lost wages, and property damage. However, they often wonder, “Can I sue for suffering in New Jersey?” The answer is that you often can….

Can You Sue for Medical Errors in Bergen County? Yes, you can sue for medical errors in Bergen County, New Jersey. Medical errors are a leading cause of injury and death in the United States, and the same is true in Bergen County. If you believe a doctor has injured you, then you should meet…

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law on August 15, 2019, a new law that allows plaintiffs injured in motor vehicle crashes to recover medical expenses for their unpaid medical bills even in excess of their existing personal injury protection (PIP) insurance coverage limits. The bill, which took effect immediately, was passed in response…

When medical malpractice occurs, the result can be catastrophic injuries that have a big impact on a person’s quality of life and ability to support themselves. While many accidents and injuries are acute and obvious (such as the damages from a car accident), medical malpractice-related injuries may not always be. This can make navigating the…

Sexual abuse victims will now have considerably more time and opportunity to file suit and pursue their rights. A statute of limitations sets legal timelines within which a person can bring legal action against a defendant. Historically, New Jersey’s statute of limitations for sexual abuse claims was two years, and for those who were victims…

An outbreak of a Hepatitis A has sickened 23 patrons of the Mendham Golf and Tennis Club in Mendham, New Jersey.  There are 23 confirmed cases including one individual who remained in “serious condition.”  Hepatitis A is an immediately reportable condition to The New Jersey Department of Health (“NJDOH”). The NJDOH is supporting the Mendham Township Department…