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  • Bad Faith Insurance

    The latest posts for Bad Faith Insurance are listed below.
    • 60 Minutes Reveals Many Insurance Companies Failed to Pay Benefits

      Major life insurance companies allegedly failed to pay death benefits to beneficiaries. Recent investigations led to 25 major companies agreeing to pay over $7.5 billion. A recent segment on 60 Minutes revealed that many insurance companies failed to pay beneficiaries the life insurance they were owed. According to reports, the insurers allegedly knew of their policyholder’s death, but failed to ...

    Construction Site Accidents

    The latest posts for Construction Site Accidents are listed below.
    • New Bill Makes It Easier For Employers to Hide Employee Injuries

      Late on Monday, April 3, 2017, President Trump signed new legislation that lessens reporting requirements for employers when their employees get sick or hurt while on the job. Last month, Congress voted to use the Congressional Review Act to repeal regulations introduced under the previous administration that required employers in dangerous industries to keep accurate records of injuries suffered ...
    • Notice to New Jersey Construction Workers: Be Cautious in Summer Heat!

      Summer weather may be beautiful, especially compared to the dreary winter months, but it can be just as dangerous as it is pleasant if you don’t take care of yourself. While everyone should worry about their safety in these sweltering temperatures, construction workers, and other people who work outdoors need to take extra precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses and injuries. Why Is Heat Such ...
    • Are Construction Sites Inspected?

      Construction sites require inspections to ensure that safety codes and regulations are met. These inspections are the most effective ways in which to identify and prevent dangerous risks and protect the workers. The multiple moving parts on a construction site require special care and attention. The New Jersey Administrative Code establishes certain guidelines construction zones and project owners ...

    General news

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    • Tax Season Tips: 12 Common Scams to Watch Out For

      With Tax Day fast approaching, our legal team at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. wants to remind residents throughout New Jersey and beyond that tax season isn’t just the time of year when we follow through with our obligations to fund public services or are forced to perform math – it’s also a time ripe for consumer fraud and deception. According to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), phony tax ...
    • Levinson Axelrod Attorney Kathleen DiGiovanni Secured $2.5 Million Jury Verdict for Auto Accident Victim

      Levinson Axelrod is pleased to announce that Associate Attorney Kathleen M. DiGiovanni was recently successful in securing a $2.5 million jury verdict on behalf of a client who was seriously injured in an auto accident on the New Jersey Turnpike. The case, which was tried before the Honorable Owen McCarthy, J.S.C. in Monmouth County Superior Court, stemmed from a collision that took place one ...
    • Levinson Axelrod Continues its Support of the Middlesex County Youth Shelter

      While our team here at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. has spent decades making a name for ourselves representing injured victims in courtrooms, a core part of our identity comes from the work we do outside of the courtroom and in our local communities. One of the organizations we are proud to support is the Middlesex County Youth Shelter, which supports troubled adolescents and their families throughout ...

    Giving Back

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    • Levinson Axelrod Continues its Support of the Middlesex County Youth Shelter

      While our team here at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. has spent decades making a name for ourselves representing injured victims in courtrooms, a core part of our identity comes from the work we do outside of the courtroom and in our local communities. One of the organizations we are proud to support is the Middlesex County Youth Shelter, which supports troubled adolescents and their families throughout ...
    • Alison Seber to Represent Team NJ in the Special Olympics Nationals This Summer

      Alison Seber, the daughter of Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Associate Rosemary E. McGeady, M.D., will be competing in the National Special Olympics in Seattle as a representative for Team New Jersey this summer. Alison Seber posing for the camera for her Special Olympics promo. Alison is one of just two golfers who will represent New Jersey in Seattle during the Special Olympics, held from July 1 through ...
    • 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 ...

    Medical Malpractice

    The latest posts for Medical Malpractice are listed below.
    • Levinson Axelrod Attorneys Representing Client Whose Doctor Reused an Anal Catheter During Surgery

      According to the Division of Consumer Affairs, East Brunswick-based colon and rectal surgeon Dr. Sanjiv K. Patankar’s medical license has been temporarily suspended for the alleged reuse of single-use disposable anal catheters on more than 80 patients in 2017. In the released statement, then-New Jersey Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino said that the Middlesex County surgeon reused the ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...

    Motor Vehicle Accidents

    The latest posts for Motor Vehicle Accidents are listed below.
    • New Jersey Traffic Deaths Hit 10-Year High

      New Jersey State Police reported that more people died in car crashes in 2017 than in any year since 2007. According to officials, 629 people died in vehicle-related crashes as of Thursday, December 28, 30 more fatalities than in 2016 with another three days left on the calendar. On top of the five percent increase from 2016, this marks a 16 percent increase since the start of 2013, a 20-year low ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...

    News & Events

    The latest posts for News & Events are listed below.
    • Tax Season Tips: 12 Common Scams to Watch Out For

      With Tax Day fast approaching, our legal team at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. wants to remind residents throughout New Jersey and beyond that tax season isn’t just the time of year when we follow through with our obligations to fund public services or are forced to perform math – it’s also a time ripe for consumer fraud and deception. According to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), phony tax ...
    • Alison Seber to Represent Team NJ in the Special Olympics Nationals This Summer

      Alison Seber, the daughter of Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Associate Rosemary E. McGeady, M.D., will be competing in the National Special Olympics in Seattle as a representative for Team New Jersey this summer. Alison Seber posing for the camera for her Special Olympics promo. Alison is one of just two golfers who will represent New Jersey in Seattle during the Special Olympics, held from July 1 through ...
    • Attorney Todd Wachtel Spoke About Workers' Compensation at the 2018 Advanced Workers Compensation Law Conference

      On Friday, February 9, 2018, Todd Wachtel, Esq., a partner at Levinson Axelrod’s Hillsborough Office, spoke at the 2018 Advanced Workers Compensation Law Conference in Edison, New Jersey. In New Jersey, attorneys are required to go to Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes. An “advanced” class like this one covers far more than the basics of Worker’s Compensation law , and is aimed to teach ...

    Nursing Home Abuses

    The latest posts for Nursing Home Abuses are listed below.
    • 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 ...
    • Legislators Present Bill to Reform Staffing Standards in New Jersey Nursing Homes

      New Jersey nursing homes currently are allowed to use their own discretion on how many nursing aides they hire and staff in their facilities. However, a new bill proposed by New Jersey legislators looks to set standards for how many nursing aides an elderly facility must hire. The bill passed the senate in December, but still has to pass the House vote. The bill is in response to nursing homes not ...

    Personal Injury

    The latest posts for Personal Injury are listed below.

    Premises Liability

    The latest posts for Premises Liability are listed below.
    • Attorney Ronald Grayzel Wins Major Victory as a for Condominium Residents and Tenants in New Jersey

      Levinson Axelrod attorney Ronald Grayzel recently helped secure a major legal victory in the case of Lechler v. 303 Sunset Avenue arguing on behalf of the New Jersey Association for Justice as a “Friend of the Court” submitting a Brief and participating in the oral argument. Ron’s participation was strictly to assist the Court and people of New Jersey, since the person bringing the suit had their ...
    • 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 ...
    • Attorney Mark Kuminski Secures $500,000 Settlement

      Levinson Axelrod attorney Mark Kuminski represented a woman who fell after stepping into a pothole in the parking lot of a commercial business. The pothole was located in the parking lot of the defendant’s business establishment. Rather than correcting the issues which caused the original parking lot to deteriorate, the defendants simply paved over the existing parking lot. As a result, pot holes ...

    Product Liability

    The latest posts for Product Liability are listed below.
    • Attorney Ronald Grayzel Secures $1.9 Million Jury Verdict

      Levinson Axelrod attorney Ronald Grayzel recently secured a $1,989,000 judgment after a jury returned a verdict for his client for his client who suffered injuries caused by exposure to carbon monoxide fumes. The injuries occurred due to the negligent installation of a generator by defendant Express Automotive and Towing of Metuchen N.J. on plaintiff’s van which she used as part of her ...
    • Over 4 Million General Motors Vehicles Recalled Over Airbag Risk

      General Motors Co. announced that they were recalling nearly 4.3 million vehicles late last week, over 3.6 million of which are currently in the United States over a software defect. According to the vehicle manufacturer, the sensor module in the affected vehicles run the risk of spontaneously entering diagnostic mode during a crash which can prevent the front airbags and seatbelt pretensioners to ...
    • What Is a Settlement Conference?

      The vast majority of civil cases are settled before anyone needs to go to trial, most often because all parties involved are able to reach an agreement before the set trial date. One of the most common places these settlements are reached is at a settlement conference. Under New Jersey Courts Rule 4:5B-3 [1] , courts are permitted to conduct a settlement conference in any civil action at the ...

    Social Security Disability

    The latest posts for Social Security Disability are listed below.
    • Understanding Social Security Disability Benefits

      Most of the American workforce is potentially eligible for Social Security Disability benefits if they are determined to be unable to work due to an injury. However, understanding the types of benefits available and obtaining them often requires the assistance of a qualified attorney. First, there are two types of benefits commonly thought of as “Social Security Disability.” One is Supplemental ...

    Weather-Related Accidents

    The latest posts for Weather-Related Accidents are listed below.
    • Tips To Help You Stay Safe on the Roads This Holiday Season

      The holiday season is in full swing and for many of us who live in colder climates, that means figuring out how to navigate the snowy and icy roads that we need to travel on to see our loved ones who don’t live under the same roof. The Federal Highway Administration (FHA), part of the United States Department of Transportation, reports that over 116,800 people are injured in crashes that take ...
    • Notice to New Jersey Construction Workers: Be Cautious in Summer Heat!

      Summer weather may be beautiful, especially compared to the dreary winter months, but it can be just as dangerous as it is pleasant if you don’t take care of yourself. While everyone should worry about their safety in these sweltering temperatures, construction workers, and other people who work outdoors need to take extra precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses and injuries. Why Is Heat Such ...
    • Warmer Weather Signals Rise in Motorcycle Accidents

      With the arrival of spring, more New Jersey citizens are venturing outdoors. This includes more motorcyclists. April offers ideal weather to ride a motorbike. Unfortunately, because more motorcyclists are on the road, they are at a greater risk for accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asserts motorcyclists are 26 times more likely than car passengers to die in a motor ...

    Workers' Compensation

    The latest posts for Workers' Compensation are listed below.
    • Attorney Todd Wachtel Spoke About Workers' Compensation at the 2018 Advanced Workers Compensation Law Conference

      On Friday, February 9, 2018, Todd Wachtel, Esq., a partner at Levinson Axelrod’s Hillsborough Office, spoke at the 2018 Advanced Workers Compensation Law Conference in Edison, New Jersey. In New Jersey, attorneys are required to go to Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes. An “advanced” class like this one covers far more than the basics of Worker’s Compensation law , and is aimed to teach ...
    • Attorney Todd Wachtel Published in New Jersey Legal Practice Guide

      Todd Wachtel, a partner at Levinson Axelrod’s Hillsborough office, was published as a contributing author in a new legal practice guide for New Jersey Workers' Compensation by Lexis/Nexis. A legal practice guide is a mix between a legal research book and a practical guide for lawyers. It is one of those items that many lawyers and Judges leave on their desks every day or carry with them to Court. ...
    • Notice to New Jersey Construction Workers: Be Cautious in Summer Heat!

      Summer weather may be beautiful, especially compared to the dreary winter months, but it can be just as dangerous as it is pleasant if you don’t take care of yourself. While everyone should worry about their safety in these sweltering temperatures, construction workers, and other people who work outdoors need to take extra precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses and injuries. Why Is Heat Such ...

    Wrongful Death

    The latest posts for Wrongful Death are listed below.
    • 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 ...
    • Swimming Hazards to Be Aware Of

      The hotter the summer days get, the more inviting swimming pools become. A day spent with your family in the cool water can be the perfect way to deal with the scorching sun, but if you don’t take the proper precautions a relaxing swim can quickly turn into a tragedy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that between 2005 and 2014, about 3,536 people died every year in ...
    • “Never Events” in Medical Malpractice

      Women have gone in for hysterectomies and come out with holes in the bladder. Men have gone in for cyst removal and come out with a missing testicle. Patients of all ages are coming out of surgery with instruments like scalpels and needles still inside of them. Events like these are the scourge of the healthcare industry, and they are occurring at an alarming rate. Patients across the United ...
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