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  • Levinson Axelrod Attorneys Proud to Support MCTLA's Toys for Tots Fundraiser

    Levinson Axelrod attorneys from the firm’s Edison office in Middlesex County attended the Middlesex County Trial Lawyers Association’s annual Toys for Tots fundraiser on December 7. Toys for Tots, a program founded back in 1947 and run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve, collects toys to give to children whose parents struggle to afford Christmas presents over the holidays. More than 50 ...
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  • Levinson Axelrod Proud to Sponsor This Year's Turkey Trot in Flemington

    Levinson Axelrod, committed to embodying its slogan, “Your neighbors, your lawyers”, was a proud sponsor of this year’s Turkey Trot in Flemington, NJ. An estimated 5,780 people turned out on Thanksgiving morning to take part in the 25 th annual fundraiser 5K run and 2M fitness walk. The CEA/Johanna Foods Turkey Trot has been raising funds and awareness for the CEA, an organization that works to ...
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  • Attorney Brett Greiner Secures More Than $1 Million for Clients in October

    Two settlements Levinson Axelrod partner Brett Greiner secured in October totaled $1 million in recoveries for our clients. The first was a $650,000 settlement for an Edison man who slipped on a patch of ice outside of his apartment in the Trafalgar Gardens/Hilltop Estates complex. He suffered serious injuries including broken bones in his leg and arm in the fall. Brett prepared the case retaining ...
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  • Levinson Axelrod Selected to 2018 List of Best Law Firms

    We are excited to announce that U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers has selected Levinson Axelrod, P.A. to the 2018 list of the Best Law Firms , a prestigious award limited to the most outstanding law firms in the nation. You can read all about this honor by checking out our press release here . At Levinson Axelrod, P.A., our New Jersey personal injury lawyers have spent nearly 80 years ...
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  • Consent to Surgery Does Not Mean Consent to Malpractice

    An appeals court recently overturned a previous verdict that ruled against a plaintiff who suffered life-threatening complications during a botched colonoscopy. In their decision, they found that the use of her signed informed consent form was not proper. In the ruling handed down by the New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Division on Tuesday, July 25 to revive the case, the jury found that the ...
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  • The Dangers of Hospital-Acquired Conditions

    We trust medical professionals to take care of us in our time of need, and while they may be highly-trained individuals, that doesn’t mean they don’t make mistakes. Thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of people die because of these mistakes every year. Hospital-acquired conditions, also known as never events, are difficult to track due to a lack of reporting from hospitals and other medical ...
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  • Free Cameras Made Available to Prevent Nursing Home Abuse

    New Jersey’s Office of the Attorney General recently released information about their new program to combat nursing home abuse, the Safe Care Cam. This program is intended to provide a new layer of protection for elderly citizens. The way it works is straightforward: if you suspect that your elderly loved one is being neglected, abused, or mistreated by their health care provider, you can sign up ...
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  • Appeals Court Rules Workers Keep Unemployment if Promised Job Falls Through

    A New Jersey appeals court recently ruled that workers who voluntarily leave one's job for another, better-paying job offer that falls through doesn't do not lose their unemployment benefits. Fortunately, the Appellate Division ruled that a person who leaves one job to start another does not get the double whammy of losing unemployment benefits when the new job pulls the rug out from under them. ...
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  • Levinson Axelrod Attorneys James Dunn and Michael Fusco Secure $600,000 Jury Verdict

    Levinson Axelrod attorneys James Dunn and Michael Fusco represented a client who was seriously injured in a motor vehicle collision on December 22, 2014. Immediately before the crash, an unknown vehicle abruptly changed lanes across Route 17 in East Rutherford, NJ in an attempt to exit the highway and caused a chain reaction that forced the vehicle in front of our client to come to an emergency ...
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  • Levinson Axelrod Partner Completes Coast-to-Coast Bicycle Ride

    After over three decades as an attorney at Levinson Axelrod, Workers’ Compensation Partner Patrick Caulfield retired from full-time practice in April 2017. An avid athlete, he began a new journey immediately after retirement – a solo coast-to-coast bicycle trip from New Jersey to Oregon. Patrick enjoying the opportunity to capture an artistic moment during his travels. After 83 days of riding over ...
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  • Levinson Axelrod Named One of the Five Best, Most Reliable and Preferred Firms in the United States

    The National Press Distributors (NPD) recently released their report detailing the top five best, most reliable and preferred firms in the country following their research into personal injury law firms who focus on customer service and satisfaction. We are honored to say that our firm, devoted to fighting for the rights of our clients and working with them to ensure that they remain cared for ...
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  • A Third Court has Ruled Against NJ CURE, Compelling the Long Delayed Payment of Wrongfully Denied Medical Procedures

    The Appellate Division has ruled against New Jersey Citizens United Reciprocal Exchange (“CURE”) earlier this month, ordering the auto insurance carrier to provide payment for a surgical procedure that should have been paid for under the customer’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance. This occurred after CURE refused to honor an Arbitrator’s award ordering them to pay. CURE filed an appeal ...
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  • Attorney Todd Wacthel Spoke at the 72nd Session of the American Legion Boys State

    Levinson Axelrod attorneys are out in the community helping to inspire the next generation of lawyers. On June 19, 2017, Todd Wachtel, Esq., a partner in our Hillsborough office spoke at the 72 nd Session of the American Legion Boys State at Rider University. Todd was joined by New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Lee Solomon and a number of other attorneys from across the state. Founded in 1946, the ...
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  • New Jersey Appeals Court Rules That Injured Plaintiffs Can Recover Medical Expenses Past PIP Limit

    A New Jersey appeals court ruled on Thursday, June 1 that injured motorists who have the minimum personal-injury-protection (PIP) benefits insurance policy may now recover medical expenses greater than the current limit of $15,000. “In short, the ruling allows plaintiffs who have exhausted their PIP medical benefits on their own policy to pursue a claim for medical bills against the party who ...
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  • Investigation Finds Dozens of Missing Traffic Signs on New Jersey Highways

    During an investigation of highways in New Jersey, NBC4 New York’s I-Team found that dozens of traffic signs were missing from and/or misplaced on intersections and ramps on some of the state’s busiest highways. Some of the locations in question include Routes 9 & 35, 1 & 9, 46, 4 and 80. “There can’t be ambiguous thoughts in someone’s mind. Can I go here or can I not?” said Bergen County Sheriff ...
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