In recent years there has been a growing concern in healthcare about distracted doctors. Like distracted drivers, physicians who are preoccupied with the electronic devices in their hands may pose a danger to others around them. Inattention leads to preventable medical errors.
Jumping on a trampoline is a perennial summertime favorite for kids in New Jersey and across the country. However, the personal injury risks associated with the trampoline are more grave than most parents recognize.
Following a series of car accidents, General Motors is recalling more than a half-million Chevrolet Camaros because of the danger that a bump to the keys could suddenly turn off the ignition - a problem similar to the defect that led the automaker to recall millions of small cars this year. GM said that a driver's knee could jostle the key fob, causing the ignition to turn off and cutting the engine.
The New Jersey truck accident lawyers at Breslin and Breslin are in full support of advocates seeking stronger New Jersey trucking fatigue rules.
In our last post we wrote about some of the medical problems that can arise as a result of pregnancy. Prenatal and perinatal care have certainly come a long way over the last century and it seems as though complicated deliveries are less likely to result in severe birth injuries than they once were.