Protect Yourself and Your Party Guests this Holiday Season

Protect Yourself and Your Party Guests this Holiday Season

Celebrating the spirit of the holidays is more than simply planning the perfect menu and stunning home decor. Thanksgiving to New Year’s can pose a heightened risk for drunk driving crashes following family get-togethers and holiday parties. You may also be held personally responsible if you hosted … [Read more...]

Gun Safety on the Hunt, at Home and Throughout the Year

Fall for many Americans is synonymous with the start of hunting season. Millions of hunters join family and friends for a cherished tradition that may go back generations. So now is a great time to talk about personal gun safety for hunters, land and homeowners, gun enthusiasts and anyone else who … [Read more...]

Smart Toys Can Put Your Child’s Privacy, Safety at Risk

Kids today have the kind of toys their parents could only dream of. Everything from tablets to teddy bears could have motion sensors, speakers and microphones to make a toy that interacts almost as well as a real friend or parent. These “smart” toys learn children’s interests over time, so their … [Read more...]

Four Stories of American Civil Justice in Action

Each year we scour the headlines for remarkable stories of citizens, advocates or organizations that take on injustice for the greater well being of ALL Americans. They remind us once again that our civil justice system is the great equalizer, designed by the founders to give power back to “regular” … [Read more...]

Choose the Right Helmet for Every Child’s Activity

Kids are everywhere, wringing out every sunny minute of summer vacation. Bike rides, scooter trips, summer practices and games for every imaginable sport – there’s lots of fun to be had. With all of that comes the possibility for a crash or a fall that could cause a serious head injury. And that’s … [Read more...]

A Guide to Motorcycle Safety for Today’s New Rider

“Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul.” – Anonymous Rider The allure of motorcycling is more popular than ever today as baby boomers retire to the open road, women become the fastest-growing segment of new motorcycle owners, and people of all ages search for ways to avoid traffic … [Read more...]

Ruling Means Your NJ Auto Insurance May Not Protect You

Just because you follow the law in New Jersey and buy automobile insurance doesn’t mean your policy will cover you if you are injured in an accident. Thanks to a recent decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court, you could be responsible for thousands of dollars in medical expenses even if you are … [Read more...]

A Special Report: Fighting for Those Who Fight for Us

Brave servicemen and women, many of whom are young and financially inexperienced, make enormous sacrifices to represent and defend our country abroad. So, you’d think our soldiers would be protected at home, right? But now a troubling new report uncovers how some big corporations, shady lenders and … [Read more...]

Why Are Foodborne Illness Outbreaks On the Rise?

Last year was one for the record books at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). They investigated more foodborne illness outbreaks than during any year in the past decade. Norovirus is on the rise, along with other illnesses like Salmonella and E. Coli. Around 3,000 Americans die from diseases … [Read more...]

Investigations Raise Oversight Concerns at Surgery Centers

Ambulatory surgery centers perform millions of outpatient surgeries a year, most with little complication. However, new investigations are raising concerns about lax reporting and regulation at some of these centers. Routine procedures such as tonsillectomies or colonoscopies have resulted in … [Read more...]

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