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July 2013 Archives

Increase in child injuries from falling TVs concerns doctors

New Jersey residents arrange their TVs in a variety of ways. While some of the newer, lighter, models can hang directly on a wall, many times family will leave an older "box" model of TV on a dresser or other furniture that might not be suited to hold them.

Many couples are unhappy, but scared of divorce


When a New Jersey couple gets married they assume that it will last forever. However, people change, and, often, relationships are not able to withstand the test of time and the stressors of life. When divorce crosses a person's mind, it is usually followed by many agonizing emotions.

Turtle crossing New Jersey road triggers three-car accident

When New Jersey residents are injured in a car accident, it is important to be able to show that another driver's negligence caused or contributed to the accident. This can be complicated when multiple vehicles are involved in a crash, but certain elements can still point to a driver's negligence.

Charles Saatchi filing for divorce from Nigella Lawson


Celebrities have long had the eyes and ears of their personal lives scrutinized. The public appreciates stories showing celebrities with the same challenges faced by everyone else. Celebrities are not immune to relationship struggles, disputes, physical abuse and divorce.

New Jersey town debates whether to allow dogs in public park

The town of Bogota is debating whether to allow pet owners to bring their dogs to the area's largest public park. Although this policy may eventually apply to the town's other parks as well, at this time the city's plan is to only allow pets at the one park. This means that some owners will have to travel a bit in order to take advantage of the new law.

Elderly patient dies following possible nursing home neglect

New Jersey residents may be familiar with the more serious cases of nursing home negligence, and even outright abuse that attract national media attention. However, those who live in New Jersey and have a loved one in a nursing home need to remember that nursing home neglect need not be extreme or shocking to contribute to, or even cause, a patient's death.

New Jersey authorities crack down on child support offenders


Many New Jersey couples go through a divorce and there are children involved. Most of the time parents want what is best for their children and often a child support order is issued to the custodial parent and paid by the non-custodial parent without incident. But, occasionally, non-custodial parents fall behind in their monthly payments which can ultimately wind up hurting the child.

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