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New Jersey Parents’ Visitation Rights - Not all divorce settlements include joint custody for the couple. Sometimes, the court deems that it would be best for the child if one parent has sole custody and the other has visitation. It is rare for the court to determine that it would be best for one parent to have no contact with their

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How Safe Are Your Headlights? - Half of all traffic fatalities occur during limited visibility hours. Because of this, headlight efficiency should be of utmost importance to drivers and auto manufacturers. According to ratings conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), not all headlights are created equal. Engineers at the IIHS tested low and high beams on a wide

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Monmouth County Car Accident Lawyers Discuss Smartphones’ Impact on Car Accidents - In today’s world, everybody has a cell phone or tablet at their disposal. It’s no surprise that the number of distracted driving car accidents is on the rise. For the first few months of the year, the number of driving fatalities related to distracted driving went up nine percent, according to the National Safety Council.

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Monmouth County Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss Seeking Compensation for Burn Injuries Through Premises Liability Claims - Contact with an excessively hot surface or substance can result in a burn. Relatively minor burns are classified as first degree burns. These result in reddened skin and topical pain. Second degree burns are more severe and result in a deeper pain, reddening, swelling, and blistering of the skin. The most severe burns, third degree

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Monmouth County Child Custody Lawyers: Co-Parenting During the Summertime - As a parent, you always want to operate in the best interest of your child. For divorced parents, both need to create a co-parenting strategy that provides the child with as much stability and parenting time as possible. The summertime can be tricky for divorced parents because the children are no longer in school full-time.

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Monmouth County Personal Injury Lawyer: The Brain and Inflammation   - Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine recently uncovered a connection between brain injury and long-term inflammation in other parts of the brain. The findings, published in the Journal of Neuroinflammation, show that after brain injury, inflammatory cells in the brain create microparticles that increase inflammation not only near the site of

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Monmouth County Personal Injury Lawyers: Tips for Keeping Safe on Memorial Day - Memorial Day weekend has become a traditional time of relaxation and fun for the anticipation of summer. Common Memorial Day activities include trips to the beach, barbecues, picnics, and road trips. As fun as these activities may be, each does come with its own hazards and dangers that one needs to be watchful for. No

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Monmouth County Divorce Lawyers: Breaking the News to Others About Your Divorce - One you have made peace with your decision to divorce your spouse, one of the toughest things you will have to do is break the news to family and friends. Here are some things to remember as you share the news of your divorce with others. Talk to friends first. Your friends, though concerned, are

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Monmouth County Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss the Complications That can Follow a Spinal Cord Injury - The spinal cord is a critical part of the central nervous system. Through this long tube of nerves, signals from the brain are sent to other areas of the body to control voluntary and involuntary movements. An injury to the spinal cord can leave a victim partially or completely paralyzed, sometimes for life. Paralysis

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Monmouth County Divorce Lawyers: Equitable Distribution for Pre-Marital Co-habitation - Worldwide people are marrying later and the United States is no exception. In 2015 the average age for marriage was 28, and in 2014 barely half of all Americans were married. With many millennials waiting until their thirties to say “I do,” longer co-habitation periods are becoming the norm for couples. This raises issues of
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