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Blog Posts in May, 2018

  • "Click It or Ticket" Seat Belt Campaign Kicks Off Across New Jersey

    Wearing a seat belt in a motor vehicle is the law in New Jersey, and law enforcement agencies throughout the state are looking to remind local residents that not buckling up comes with a price – both in terms of increased risks of injuries, and fines. In a statement released by the New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety, the state’s annual “Click it or Ticket” campaign is now in full effect ...
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  • High School Seniors Get Creative in Warning About the Dangers of Drunk Driving

    Drunk driving remains one of the greatest dangers on U.S. roadways – with nearly 29 people in the U.S. dying as a result of alcohol-related motor vehicle collisions each day. That’s equal to one drunk driving fatality every 50 minutes , according to NHTSA. With such alarming risks, educating young motorists about the dangers of impaired driving is one of the most powerful tools we have when it ...
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  • The Dangers of Keyless Cars: How Convenience Has Caused Dozens of Injuries & Deaths

    Keyless cars may have once been the makings of science fiction, but today are common features in numerous types of newer model motor vehicles. While keyless cars allow owners to power their vehicles on and off at the push of a button, rather than by the mechanical turning of a physical key, this convenience may not be as innocent as it seems. Unfortunately, keyless cars pose significant safety ...
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  • Wearing Yoga Pants, Athletic Clothing During an MRI Puts Patients at Risk, Doctors Warn

    Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, is a radiology imaging technique used throughout the world to create detailed images of the human anatomy, tissues, organs, and physiological processes related to various conditions or diseases. If you have ever had an MRI or know someone who has, you likely know it is commonly used to help medical professionals arrive at a diagnosis and treatment plan for ...
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  • Three Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Attorneys Earn Civil Trial Attorney Certification

    Levinson Axelrod, P.A. is pleased to announce that three of our firm’s attorneys have earned Civil Trial Attorney Certifications from the Supreme Court of New Jersey’s Board on Attorney Certification: Partner Robert Y. Cook Associate Kathleen M. DiGiovanni Associate Patrick J. Flinn Board Certification by the Supreme Court of New Jersey is a significant achievement that speaks volumes about the ...
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  • Partner Adam L. Rothenberg Joins Board of Trustees for Union County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children

    Levinson & Axelrod, P.A. is proud to announce that Partner Adam L. Rothenberg has become a member of the Board of Trustees for CASA of Union County! This is a significant honor that speaks to Mr. Rothenberg’s reputation as a proven New Jersey trial lawyer, as well as his dedication to our local communities and an organization that provides a voice to children in need. CASA – Court Appointed ...
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  • Costly Emergency Room, Health Care Services Can Create Sticker Shock for Patients - Even When They Aren't Treated

    There’s no secret that health care costs have become a hot-button issue in America. Today, the cost of health care in the U.S. exceeds $3 trillion dollars a year, and equates to roughly $10,300 per every person in the country annually (compared to just $146 per person in 1960). Although there are complex reasons for this unprecedented increase, including our reliance on private health insurance, ...
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