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November 2013 Archives

New Jersey woman injured in bizarre car accident

New Jersey residents may anticipate having to watch for cars while they are walking through a grocery store parking lot, but not once they are about to walk in the door. However, as is often proved by stories in the news, bizarre things happen all the time. Many would agree that a recent pedestrian versus car accident at a Trader Joe's store falls into this category.

OSHA cracks down on work-related injuries

New Jersey residents may know the dangers of working with machinery. It makes little difference whether it is at a factory or at a construction site. The possibility of becoming injured grows as more machines and personnel are brought into the picture. OSHA is always on the lookout for safety violations to help keep work-related injuries to a minimum.

New Jersey concussions: accident may have permanent affects

A new study has revealed that children who have suffered a concussion may take longer than most people realized to recover. The majority of the causes of concussions in children stems from a sport-related accident. New Jersey has been the first state to ensure that children are given the extra time and consideration they need when they are trying to heal from this type of injury.

Morris County car accident claims a life and injures 4

A recent car accident in Morris County claimed the life of a 28-year old Newton woman and injured four others, including a child. Auto accidents can be a very trying time for all involved in the situation, especially when families are left to cope with the loss of a loved one. There are usually many questions surrounding a car accident, and sometimes they are not easily answered. This accident was no different.