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Recently, a 17-year-old teenaged boy from New Jersey was killed when his SUV collided with a dump truck. http://ow.ly/6yp730fmmGT
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A New Jersey man suffered spinal injuries after a slip-and-fall accident on a wet supermarket floor. http://ow.ly/L6VT30fmlUA
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A New Jersey dog sitter recently received an $850,000 jury award for her injuries after a neighbor’s 80-pound dog jumped up and bit her face. http://ow.ly/3MDy30f8j8E
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A NJ woman recently filed a lawsuit against a grocery store owner claiming that a forklift struck her when she visited one of the company’s stores. http://ow.ly/rT0k30f8iee
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Lavish spending, high interest borrowings, stiff business competition with dwindling margins, and more are all a few of the reasons behind some businesses filing for bankruptcy.
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A wrongful death is a very sad incident because it means that a person lost their life over someone’s negligence. It didn’t have to happen, and the survivors are left picking up the pieces of their lives.
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Mountain Creek, a popular attraction for many in New Jersey recently announced that they would be filing for bankruptcy. The company is trying to get a Chapter 11 bankruptcy to help them restructure their debt while remaining open.
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The study reviewed approximately 66,000 claims that were paid for more than 54,000 doctors between 2005 and 2014.
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Johnson & Johnson faces punitive damages of $17.5 million in the latest trial loss over its pelvic surgical mesh implant. The controversial product has been at the center of nearly 55,000 lawsuits against the pharmaceutical company recently.
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Two South Jersey students from the Woodrow Wilson High School girls’ basketball team were bit by a dog that made its way aboard a bus taking them to an away game.
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