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119 Maple Ave Red Bank, NJ 07701
119 Maple AveUSNJRed Bank07701
(732) 741-7444olkowitzlaw.com
General Practice Attorney, Personal Injury Attorney
For over 30 years, New Jersey personal injury attorney, Robert Olkowitz, has been there to fight for those injured and disabled in New Jersey.

In 1995 Robert Olkowitz  founded the Law Offices of Robert Olkowitz, P.C. so he could continue his advocacy for individuals and their loved ones needing legal help with personal injury, Social Security disability and appeals, and workers compensation cases.  Mr. Olkowitz has picked an experienced team of trial lawyers dedicated to his mission.
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Food Contamination: Who Is Minding Our Food Providers? - One of the alarming aspects of the recent government shutdown was the feeling that no one was watching our food supply. Even with oversight in place, foodborne illnesses, also known as food poisoning, sicken one out of every six Americans each year, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Outbreaks and... Read More http://ow.ly/2D1AFE
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Aftermath of Chemical Spill Continues in Paulsboro - Sometimes, personal injury affects one individual, and sometimes it can ravage an entire community. Federal Judge Robert Kugler recently ruled that residents and business owners in Paulsboro can proceed with civil liability suits against Conrail, Norfolk Southern and CSX Transportation regarding a derailment and toxic chemical spill last November.  The complaints allege that on the... Read More http://ow.ly/2CP8HS
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Foodborne Illnesses Can Have Serious, Long-Term Effects - When it comes to product safety, the odds are clearly against the American food consumer. More than 48 million Americans experience foodborne illnesses each year, and a recent FDA report states that salmonella alone can be found in 81 percent of ground chicken, 69 percent of pork chops, 55 percent of ground beef and 39... Read More http://ow.ly/2CsAn0
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Traumatic Brain Injury and Football: Making the Connection - Even as Met Life Stadium is polished up for the 2014 Super Bowl, New Jersey personal injury attorneys are dealing with a different aspect of football — the devastating effects of concussion injuries.  With the dramatic increase in awareness over the past few years, traumatic brain injury (TBI) has become a national priority. Rule changes... Read More http://ow.ly/2Ci5SW
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Alcohol at Sports Venues Can Spell Liability for Vendors - As any New Jersey personal injury attorney can tell you, spectators at sporting events assume an element of risk. If you attend a pro baseball game, for instance, you generally assume the inherent risk of being smacked with a foul ball. It probably says so right on the back of your ticket.  But the recent... Read More http://ow.ly/2CVO8J
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Children and Firearms: Home-Grown Tragedy Waiting to Happen - Recently, we saw yet another horrible school shooting… the 13th this year. We saw yet another community struggling to understand the why and the how. And as we do so often as New Jersey personal injury lawyers, we saw a society trying to figure out who is to blame.  One of the first questions you... Read More http://ow.ly/2Cybxm
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Long Island Fire Devastates Family - In the early hours of an October morning, three Long Island children and their mother lost their lives. From a blaze that quickly engulfed the single-story house in Shirley, all that remains are memories, a burned-out structure and questions.  According to the U.S. Fire Administration, New Jersey residents have a slightly lower than average risk... Read More http://ow.ly/2CciF3
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