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New Jersey woman suffers injuries in elevator accident

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Given that America has more than half a million elevators, passenger safety must be a concern for manufacturers and building owners. Elevator safety should be a critical concern for buildings and establishments that host many people, such as shopping malls, amusement parks and sports stadiums. Unfortunately, building ...

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NJ fire official admits to hitting kids in crosswalk

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Public officials – whether law enforcement officers, safety officials or officeholders – should be familiar with traffic rules and regulations at all times. One of those rules is yielding to pedestrians, especially in marked crossings. Unfortunately, one fire official in New Brunswick is facing trouble after reportedly ...

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Impaired driver kills New Jersey woman in pedestrian accident

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

When residents of Newark, New Jersey, hear about drunk driving accidents, they assume that it involved collisions between motor-vehicles. But besides this, alcohol-related accidents can also occur if a drunk driver strikes a pedestrian who is either using a crosswalk or walking on the sidewalk. Take, for ...

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Tractor-trailer driver charged in deadly truck accident

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Stopping at a red light is a basic traffic rule for all drivers in Newark, New Jersey. For commercial truck drivers who are considered more experienced, this regulation should be considered extremely elementary. However, sometimes drivers run red lights, and truck drivers are sadly no exception. No ...

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OSHA sets final rule to address electric work-related injuries

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

All jobs can expose workers to safety risks. However, many workers in Newark, New Jersey, know that some jobs can be more prone to accidents, such as those involving electrical work. After almost a decade, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its final rule on ...

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