May 10, 2018
This month’s newsletter sheds light on human trafficking and how the civil justice system is tackling this growing epidemic.
Apr 10, 2018
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly three million people were injured in workplace accidents in 2016. This month’s newsletter offers insight into workers’ comp and third party injuries.
Mar 09, 2018
Did you know that opioid overdoses killed 2,221 people in NJ in 2016, up 40% from 2015? Americans are turning to our civil justice system to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable.
Feb 09, 2018
This month’s newsletter shares some important information about a topic currently in the news every day, sexual harassment. Did you know that an estimated 75 percent of harassment cases in the workplace go unreported, according to the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission?
Jan 11, 2018
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety, autonomous vehicles could save thousands of lives lost every year in auto accidents. The challenge for regulators, safety advocates, and the driving public is managing the transition from our current system to one dominated by fully autonomous vehicles. Learn more in this month’s newsletter.
Dec 09, 2017
In 2017, legislation has chipped away at America’s civil justice system. From the rollback of restrictions on forced arbitration to passage of legislation that will weaken protections against medical malpractice and nursing home abuse to a slew of proposed “tort reform” measures, learn how corporate profits rather than the safety and legal rights of all Americans seems to be the driving force behind these legislation changes.
Nov 10, 2017
Did you know that there are an estimated 1.5 million PREVENTABLE medication errors made each year in prescribing, dispensing, or taking a drug? Learn how drug errors occur and what you can do to prevent them.
Oct 08, 2017
Home should be our safe haven. Learn about the top three household dangers in this month’s newsletter and how you can prevent them in your home.
Sep 09, 2017
Back to school means more young drivers on the road. Unfortunately, an average of six teens a day were killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2015. In this month’s newsletter, learn what parents can do to prevent teen driving tragedies.