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Blog Posts in July, 2019

  • Shark Week 2019: Shark Attack / Beach Safety Tips

    Shark Week 2019 is upon us, and while one of TV’s longest-running and most anticipated summer series brings us remarkable insight into the mysterious world of these underwater creatures, it can surely create some genuine scares as well. Whether you’re a Shark Week fan or anyone who patronizes local New Jersey beaches, shark attacks and beach safety should be taken seriously. Here are some tips for ...
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  • Levinson Axelrod Secures $2M Settlement Over Fatal Surgical Error

    Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Partner Adam L. Rothenberg and Senior Associate Rosemary McGeady, M.D. recently secured a $2M settlement in a medical malpractice case involving an elderly patient who experienced serious complications as the result of a surgical error committed during a kidney removal procedure. The patient, a 71-year-old New Jersey woman, ultimately passed away as the result of her ...
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  • David Cook Secures Car Crash Verdict 12x Insurance Company Settlement Offer

    Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Attorney David A. Cook recently prevailed on behalf of a client following a three-day trial in Hunterdon County before Judge Michael O’Neill. Attorney Cook was able to secure a jury verdict worth 12 times the initial settlement offer from the defendant’s insurance company. About the Case As noted in court records, Mr. Cook’s client had been rear-ended while his vehicle was ...
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  • “Sami’s Law” Brings Better Safety Protections For Rideshare Passengers

    New Jersey residents who use rideshare services like Uber and Lyft will now have greater safety protections under legislation recently signed by Governor Phil Murphy. The new law will require rideshare services to collect more information about drivers’ background and driving history, and allow passengers to more easily verify their driver’s identity. About Sami’s Law The legislation – known as ...
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  • Appeals Court: Amazon Can Be Liable for Third-Party Sellers’ Products

    Amazon.com, the world’s largest e-commerce marketplace, recently received a major blow from a Federal Appeals Court: it can be held liable for defective products sold on its website by third-party vendors. The decision, handed down on Wednesday, July 3, will protect consumers from products Amazon sells, particularly when they face legal dilemmas where there may have little, if any, recourse for ...
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  • Using Fireworks this Fourth of July? Here Are Some Helpful Safety Tips

    The Fourth of July is almost here, and our legal team at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Independence Day. We know that during this time of year, fireworks are often synonymous with celebrations. Unfortunately, we’re also well aware that the use of fireworks can pose substantial risks for serious injuries – especially when they’re used in a less-than-safe ...
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