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Driver charged in New Jersey Turnpike truck accident

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

A truck accident can occur for any number of reasons. It could happen because of drunk driving or distracted driving. It can also occur because a driver did not follow traffic laws. In those cases, a driver can easily be blamed, although a truck company can also ...

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New Jersey worker injured on the job, another killed

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Construction work exposes an employee to daily risks. Being struck by a falling object, falling from a construction site, injuries from equipment and heavy machinery and illnesses from dangerous chemicals are possible hazards a worker can face. However, risk can be minimized, if an employer has the ...

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Deadly pedestrian crash leads to sibling’s arrest in New Jersey

On behalf of Goldstein Goldstein

Accidents on roadways impact drivers. Even if the accident does not cause major delays or traffic, it still affects people because it questions their own safety on the road. This may well be the case in the recent fatal pedestrian accident in New Jersey. According to a ...

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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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