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The long-term care and nursing home industry suffered tremendous losses during the coronavirus pandemic; however, two bills recently signed by Governor Phil Murphy aims to prevent these issues from happening again. Both laws involve the amount of contact residents have with staff, as well as with friends and family. On October 23, Murphy announced he…

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If you own a Ring video doorbell, you may be affected by a recent product recall. On November 10, Ring and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary product recall on Ring’s second-generation video doorbells, stating they can pose a fire hazard when installed incorrectly. In an announcement on its website,…

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Barry Eichen, Shareholder with Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP, has been fighting for justice for clients in New Jersey for 34 years. An experienced litigator with more than 100 complex jury trials under his belt, Mr. Eichen has developed a national reputation for his work on behalf of plaintiffs and consumers who have suffered injuries and…

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Determining the right amount of car insurance for you and your family requires some knowledge about the minimum insurance requirements in New Jersey, your options, and how that compares to your personal situation. In truth, the answer is usually “More than think you do.” The privilege of operating a motor vehicle in the state of…

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Drivers traveling through the state of New Jersey encounter many challenges and hazards. There are a lot of cars on our roads at any given time, and our massive highways and interstates are legendary. The New Jersey Turnpike is the second deadliest highway in NJ, surpassed only by the Garden State Parkway. Over the years,…

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Finding out your child has suffered harm before, during, or after delivery is devastating. For many parents, however, the news does not come until much later, when they discover the full extent of their child’s injuries. In cases like these, they may not immediately make the connection between their child’s disability or health condition and…

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The last few years have produced a number of studies and research papers on how race affects access to healthcare. Of particular concern is maternal health care, and the risks that inadequate care cause to Black women and their children. According to the National Partnership for Women & Families (NPWF), societal and health system factors…

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