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Blog Posts in December, 2019

  • Levinson Axelrod Helps Scouting for Food Drive & Manasquan Food Pantry

    The Levinson Axelrod, P.A. legal team was a proud supporter of Cub Scout Pack 333 and its work gathering much-needed supplies for the Manasquan Food Pantry! This year, Pack 333 Scout Evan DiGiovanni again represented his troop in visiting our firm’s various offices to collect non-perishable items, canned foods, and essential cooking supplies. Attorneys, paralegals, and personnel from our Howell, ...
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  • NJ Assembly Votes for Hand and Foot Bill A-1110 for Workers’ Comp

    On Monday, December 16 th , the full NJ Assembly voted on the Hand and Foot Bill, or A-1110, to help improve the benefits available to injured workers suffering from serious hand or foot injuries. The bill, which has been in the works for 10 years, was released from the Assembly Labor Committee and the Assembly Budget Committee, and faced a final vote and signature to be released in mid-January. ...
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  • Proposed New Jersey Bill Requires Gun Owners to Carry Insurance

    Gunshot victims often face difficulties when seeking compensation for their life-altering injuries. Now, however, New Jersey Assemblywoman Patricia Jones is trying to change that with Assembly Bill 6003 , introduced on November 25 th , 2019. If passed, this legislation will require all New Jersey gun owners to carry firearm liability insurance for at least $50,000, to ensure that gunshot injury ...
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  • “Trouble in Toyland 2019” Report Warns Parents of Hidden Dangers in Holiday Toys

    The 2019 holiday season is in full swing! Parents all across the country are heading to the mall, department stores, and online retailers to get all sorts of gifts and goodies for their little ones who have been good all year. But what most parents don’t know is that they could be putting their children in danger by purchasing defective and dangerous toys that remain on the market despite their ...
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  • Hepatitis A Outbreak in Somerset County Likely From Local ShopRite Deli

    Potentially thousands of people in Somerset County, New Jersey may have been exposed to hepatitis A recently due to an ill ShopRite deli worker, warns the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH). According to the DOH, which was joined by the Somerset Department of Health and the Wakefern Corporation, a deli worker who is remaining anonymous at this time tested positive for hepatitis A. They worked ...
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  • The Dangers of Texting and Driving

    Distracted driving, in any form, can be extremely dangerous and may lead to a deadly crash. Texting and driving, however, is a particularly poignant hazard, especially now that the practice seems to be so commonplace, and so deadly. At least 3,166 people died in 2017 due to distracted driving, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration , and a total of 9.5% of all fatal ...
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