The number of colon and rectal cancer deaths in the United States has declined in recent years. According to the Centers for Disease Control, colorectal cancer deaths are down more than 33 percent since 1999, despite the number of new cases increasing over that same period.
The American Cancer... Read More
If you're facing a drug offense charge, you're probably scared. A conviction could affect your freedom, job prospects, and finances. You shouldn't have to fight your charge alone. With the defense attorneys at Shapiro & Sternlieb, LLC by your side, you won't have to. We are dedicated to... Read More
When you trip and are injured on someone’s property, you may have the option of pursuing a premises liability lawsuit against the property owner. Liability, negligence and the nature of your damages can all affect the value of your settlement. Learn more about how these factors can play into... Read More
You’re running late for work and you see that your car is covered in snow. It may be tempting to clear it off in a haphazard manner, leaving patches of ice on the hood or roof. But responsible drivers know that snow and ice can fly off a moving vehicle, causing damage to people and property.
In New... Read More
A dangerous cold wave is currently gripping many states, including New Jersey. A winter weather event called a polar vortex is bringing frigid single digit temperatures and arctic winds to the Garden State.
These conditions, combined with an accumulation of snow and ice, tend to increase the number... Read More
Your plans for New Year’s Eve might consist of watching the ball drop in Times Square from the comfort of your own home. However, if you’re like many New Jersey residents, you probably have a fun party or event to attend that night.
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are notoriously dangerous days... Read More
On Tuesday, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that 20,667 breathalyzer test results are inadmissible. The court determined that the results of the tests could not be trusted because the devices may not have been properly calibrated. That means that tens of thousands of DWI charges could be thrown... Read More
November 4th-11th, 2018 is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week — an annual initiative created by the National Sleep Foundation. The goal of this outreach effort is to raise awareness surrounding the risks of drowsy driving to make the roads a safer place for everyone.
Driving while drowsy is extremely... Read More
A driver’s license is a unique form of freedom, but inexperience can put teenagers, their passengers, and other drivers at risk. While people of any age can cause life-altering motor vehicle accidents, teenagers are a statistically risky group of drivers. According to the DMV, teenage drivers... Read More
Unfortunately, fatal motor vehicle accidents continue to occur at an alarming rate. According to preliminary statistics released by the National Safety Council, 40,100 people were killed in motor vehicle accidents in 2017 and another 4.57 million people required medical attention. The number of... Read More
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