In a very unfortunate case, a toddler died from malaria, after a doctor at University Hospital allegedly failed to diagnose the disease, after the child returned from a trip to Africa several weeks earlier.
A recent NJ appeals court has ruled that a pregnant medical technician ordered to climb a ladder and wash windows could be a case of pregnancy discrimination.
The state’s General Assembly approved the bills and now the Governor will be faced with the decision to sign the bills that appear to be directed at him.
Kanye West and his touring company Very Good Touring, Inc. have filed a $10 million-dollar lawsuit against his insurer after the company refused to pay his claims regarding his cancelled tour.
Two cousins were the victims of a devastating drunk driving accident.
In a recent, unpublished opinion the Appellate Court in NJ allowed a suit to continue against a gym, where she tripped over a weightlifting belt at a New York Sports Club in Livingston, NJ.
In an attempt to limit liability, Uber and Lyft label their driver’s as independent contractors, not employees.
Recent studies indicate that ¾ of all car seats are installed incorrectly.