Monthly Archives: March 2023
Lawsuits Seeks To Hold Social Media Companies Liable For Harm Caused To Teenage Girls
As reported by Observer, there is a massive lawsuit against social media companies currently pending in California. Filed by a large group of parents, the lawsuit contends that teenage girls are being harmed by social media addiction—and that the major companies are taking advantage of them. Here, our New Jersey & New York Meta… Read More »
Personal Injury Claims: What Is A Medical Lien?
Were you hurt in an accident? It is essential that you get the comprehensive medical care that you need to recover. It is no secret that medical treatment is expensive. According to data cited by K Health, the average cost to enter the emergency room is in excess of $1,200. When services are provided,… Read More »
Multiple Injuries Reported In Head-On Collision In Monmouth County
According to a report from MidJersey.News, multiple serious injuries were sustained in a major head-on collision on Old York Road, which borders Monmouth County and Mercer County. The crash is still under investigation. Here, our Monmouth County car accident lawyer explains what we know about the crash and discusses the danger of head-on collisions… Read More »
Study: Chemical Hair Relaxers Linked To Breast Cancer/Uterine Cancer (Class Action Litigation)
Did you know that chemical hair relaxers have been linked to breast cancer and uterine cancer? In recent years, very alarming new studies have come out—raising serious safety questions about these products. Lawsuits are being filed against some of the world’s largest cosmetic companies. In this article, our New York & New Jersey class… Read More »
Can You File A Lawsuit If You Fall On An Uneven Public Sidewalk In New Jersey?
Trip and falls can lead to serious injuries. A negligent business or property owner can potentially be held legally liable for a victim’s fall accident injuries through a premises liability claim. This raises an important question: What happens if you fall on an uneven public sidewalk? You may still have a claim—but these cases… Read More »
Can A “Joke” Be Considered Sexual Harassment In The Workplace?
Sexual harassment remains a major problem in U.S. workplaces. The Institute for Women’s Policy Research that as many as 80 percent of women have endured or witnessed sexual harassment while on the job. Many men have been victims of sexual harassment as well. You may have questions about what is and what is not… Read More »