Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP has purposely remained small in size, because it is important to us that we get to know our clients and their needs. Larger NJ injury firms may churn out case after case, but that’s not how we operate. Partners Barry Eichen, William Crutchlow, and Daryl Zaslow have created a firm with the resources to handle complex litigation, and a team that takes your case personally.
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A brain injury occurs when a patient suffers damage to the skull, brain, scalp, or any other tissue or blood vessels found in the head. A brain injury can be classified as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) based on the severity of the injury to the child. How is your child’s brain injury diagnosed? The…Read More
A new study published in the online journal Neurology shows that COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, is linked to a number of neurological disorders, affecting about one in every seven patients. Injuries can range from temporary confusion in some individuals to stroke and seizure in others. These findings are of note because the coronavirus does not…Read More
Traumatic brain injury is something that can happen to anyone whether from a slip and fall, a motor vehicle accident or an act of violence. Misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, and/or a delayed diagnosis occurs when a physician examines a patient and fails to recognize the disease or condition for what it is, or for its…Read More
Many people enjoy the thrill and excitement that an amusement park offers, but when the amusement park rides are not properly maintained or operated, serious and sometimes fatal injuries can occur. New Jersey requires all amusement parks to report any injuries sustained no matter how minor they may seem, but a recent independent news investigation…Read More
Every year, the number of children who require treatment for a catastrophic injury such as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and acquired brain injuries (ABIs) continues to rise. In the United States alone, around 700,000 children and teens are hospitalized as a result of a TBI each year. When these children return to school, they…Read More