Category Archives: Personal Injury Claims

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Motorcyclists Should Wear Helmets

Posted in Brain Injury News, Personal Injury Claims

I read a very interesting article published by the Journal of Emergency Medicine (September 24, 2009) which contained a research article studying the adult motorcycle crashes and the effect and comparing helmeted to unhelmeted motorcyclists. The study conducted by researchers at the Department of Surgery and Trauma Services in the University Medical Center at Brackenridge, Austin, Texas compared the outcomes of helmeted versus unhelmeted motorcyclists involved in motorcycle crashes.

Heparin Injury Lawyers Investigating Potential Claims

Posted in Personal Injury Claims

I wanted to let readers of my blog know that the injury lawyers of my firm are now investigating potential Heparin injury claims on behalf of those hurt by the administration of contaminated batches of the drug. The government issued a Heparin recall earlier this year after more than 80 people died and hundreds more suffered sever allergic reactions to the tainted blood thinning drug.

Non-physician expert qualified to testify

Posted in Personal Injury Claims

The New Jersey Supreme Court held that a non-physician expert was qualified to testify regarding medical cause of a worker’s injury. In Clark v. Safety-Kleen Corp., 179 N.J. 318, 845 A.2d 578 (2004), the Court held that a non-physician research chemist was qualified to testify regarding the medical cause of a workers injury. The Plaintiff… Continue Reading