New Jersey Attorneys Who Get Results

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Meet Gary Shapiro and David Sternlieb, two experienced New Jersey attorneys who know how to get results. At Shapiro & Sternlieb, we are 100% dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality legal representation. Through our hard work, persistence and with more than 60 years of combined legal experience, we work hard to protect your rights. As expert lawyers, we have the resources and knowledge to handle complex cases. We pride ourselves on our concern for you as an individual as well as for your legal rights.

Shapiro & Sternlieb: New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers

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At Shapiro & Sternlieb, your case is our priority. Our attorneys combine outstanding client services with a thorough knowledge of the law and a firm understanding of the latest technology available. Our vast network of legal, medical and professional experts are available to present the best case for you. Located in Manalapan, New Jersey, our lawyers maintain flexible hours to meet your needs. We offer morning, evening or weekend hours, as well as visits to home or hospital, if needed. Our attorneys and staff bring the highest standards of expertise, preparation, concern, diligence, integrity and skill to each case. We take time to return your calls and to ensure each question is answered. You are included every step of the way!

News & Articles

Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Tainted Peanut Butter
CARBON NANOTUBES: A Closer Look at Miracle Technology's Potential Side Effects

Practice Areas

AsbestosInfant & Child Injuries
Auto AccidentsDUI (DWI) Matters
DiscriminationBirth Injuries
Defective ProductsBrain Injury
Burn InjuriesCerebral Palsy
Criminal DefenseClass Action Lawsuits
Construction AccidentsDog Bites
Erbs PalsyFailure To Diagnose Cancer
Gas ExplosionsHead Injury
Juvenile CourtLung Cancer - Mesothelioma
Medical MalpracticeMotorcycle Accidents
NegligenceNegligent Security
Nursing Home AbusePersonal Injury
Premises LiabilitySexual Harassment
Slip & Fall AccidentsTraffic Violations
Truck AccidentsWorkplace Injuries
Wrongful Discharge

FDA Consumer Health Information Updates

Raw Dough's a Raw Deal and Could Make You Sick

Tue, 28 Jun 2016 09:00:00 -0400

Eating raw dough or batter could make you sick. Whether you're baking at home, making flour-based 'play' clay, or eating at a restaurant that offers the kids raw dough to play with until the food comes, do not eat it. And make sure your kids don't, either.

Whole Genome Sequencing: Cracking the Genetic Code for Foodborne Illness

Thu, 23 Jun 2016 08:59:00 -0400

Increasingly, FDA has used whole genome sequencing to support investigations of foodborne illness outbreaks. Industry is also starting to use whole genome sequencing to monitor food manufacturing for bacteria and take steps to prevent potential outbreaks.

Coping With Memory Loss

Tue, 21 Jun 2016 09:43:00 -0400

A look at various causes of memory loss and treatment approaches.

The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule

Thu, 16 Jun 2016 08:56:00 -0400

Tobacco use is a major threat to public health and smoking is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States. A new rule has extended the FDA's regulatory authority to all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, all cigars, hookah, and pipe tobacco. Learn how this rule affects you and how the FDA is preventing youth from using tobacco products and protecting the public health.

Adding Folic Acid to Corn Masa Flour May Prevent Birth Defects

Mon, 13 Jun 2016 08:00:00 -0400

When consumed by women before and during pregnancy, folic acid, a B vitamin, may help to prevent neural tube defects (NTDs). A recent FDA action has made that easier for Hispanic women.

Food and Drug Administration--Press Releases

FDA clears first test to detect specific genetic markers for certain antibiotic-resistant bacteria directly from clinical specimens

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 16:57:00 -0400

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today cleared for marketing the Xpert Carba-R Assay, an infection control aid that tests patient specimens to detect specific genetic markers associated with bacteria that are resistant to Carbapenem antibiotics. Carbapenem antibiotics are widely used in hospitals to treat severe infections. These resistant organisms are commonly referred to as Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, and have been reported in almost all states within the U.S.

FDA approves implantable device that changes the shape of the cornea to correct near vision

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 15:42:00 -0400

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved the Raindrop Near Vision Inlay, a device implanted in the cornea (the clear, front surface) of one eye to improve near vision in certain patients with presbyopia. It is the second FDA-approved implantable corneal device for correction of near vision in patients who have not had cataract surgery and the first implantable device that changes the shape of the cornea to achieve improved vision.

FDA requests additional information to address data gaps for consumer hand sanitizers

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 09:04:00 -0400

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today issued a proposed rule requesting additional scientific data to support the safety and effectiveness of certain active ingredients used in topical consumer antiseptic rubs (including hand sanitizers) marketed over-the-counter (OTC). The FDA’s request for more data is intended to help the agency ensure that regular use of these products does not present unknown safety and efficacy concerns, and does not mean the FDA believes these products are ineffective or unsafe.

Statement from FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, M.D. announcing the acting director of the FDA Oncology Center of Excellence

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 07:58:00 -0400

The FDA is honored to be an integral part of the Vice President’s National Cancer Moonshot Initiative (“Cancer Moonshot”), which calls on the agency to leverage the combined skills of regulatory scientists and reviewers with expertise in drugs, biologics and devices to create the Oncology Center of Excellence (OCE). The OCE will expedite the development of novel combination products and support an integrated approach to tackle this devastating disease that touches so many American families.

FDA approves Epclusa for treatment of chronic Hepatitis C virus infection

Tue, 28 Jun 2016 10:05:00 -0400

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Epclusa to treat adult patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) both with and without cirrhosis (advanced liver disease). For patients with moderate to severe cirrhosis (decompensated cirrhosis), Epclusa is approved for use in combination with the drug ribavirin. Epclusa is a fixed-dose combination tablet containing sofosbuvir, a drug approved in 2013, and velpatasvir, a new drug, and is the first to treat all six major forms of HCV.

Recalls RSS

Children’s Nightgowns Recalled by Saro Trading Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 12:30:00 GMT

The nightgowns fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear.

Polaris Recalls Ranger ROVs Due to Fire Hazard (Recall Alert)

Tue, 28 Jun 2016 14:00:00 GMT

The ROVs can overheat during heavy engine loading, slow-speed intermittent use and/or high outdoor temperatures and catch fire.

Following an Additional Child Fatality, IKEA Recalls 29 Million MALM and Other Models of Chests and Dressers Due to Serious Tip-Over Hazard; Consumers Urged to Anchor Chests and Dressers or Return for Refund

Tue, 28 Jun 2016 09:00:00 GMT

The recalled chests and dressers are unstable if they are not properly anchored to the wall, posing a serious tip-over and entrapment hazard that can result in death or injuries to children.

October Mountain Products Recalls Hanging Bow Scales Due to Impact and Laceration Hazards

Thu, 23 Jun 2016 14:30:00 GMT

The mounting ring on the OMP M-100 digital hanging bow scales for archery and hunting can break during use.

HP Recalls Batteries for HP and Compaq Notebook Computers Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Thu, 23 Jun 2016 12:30:00 GMT

The battery packs can overheat.