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New Jersey mall balcony glass falls, injures three

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Shopping malls have become an integral part of American life and culture. Nowadays, New Jersey residents can do just about everything at a mall: shop, dine, watch a movie and even get a makeover. However, despite providing a lot of services, mall owners and operators should always ...

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Motorists: to yield or not to yield to pedestrians?

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

New Jersey maintains a set of traffic regulations that are designed to protect the safety of motorists and pedestrians. However, some rules are updated occasionally in order to promote safety. When laws are updated, despite being promoted by the state, some motorists remain blissfully unaware. Being aware ...

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Drivers should be aware of disturbing truck accident trends

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

In the busy and often congested roads and highways of New Jersey, a truck accident can have catastrophic results. Property can be damaged, serious injuries can occur and lives can be lost. Knowing the recent disturbing truck accident trends can help truck drivers avoid accidents. This information ...

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Premises liability: holding the right people responsible

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Property ownership has its own set of responsibilities that, when followed, should provide for the safety of the property owner and other property visitors as well. Some New Jersey property owners may forget this very real responsibility and blame the victim when an accident occurs leaving a ...

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Man responsible for fatal pedestrian accident faces charges

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Pedestrians who are accident victims usually sustain serious injuries. Some even lose their lives. Ironically, pedestrians typically have the right of way and all a driver needs to do to prevent a pedestrian accident is to follow the law and yield to a pedestrian. However, some drivers ...

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