New Jersey Transit Train Accident Injures As Many as 100 in Hoboken – NJ Train Accident Lawyer Comments

NJ.com and other news media is reporting that a New Jersey transit train crashed into the Hoboken station this morning, injuring as many as 100 and leaving at least one person dead. Witnesses say the train never slowed down for the station, instead crashing at speed into the crowded facility. The train came to rest […]

Jason Ulrich Injured in Car Crash on County Road 546 in Hopewell Township

According to Mercerme.com, Jason Ulrich was injured yesterday evening when his Toyota Camry crossed the centerline on County Road 546 near George Washington Drive, hitting a Chevrolet Malibu driven in the other direction by John Murphy. The accident occurred in Hopewell Township in Mercer County. Ulrich, 43, of Ewing, suffered many injuries and was taken to […]

Shannon Seaman Killed By Car in Pedestrian Accident on Beach Boulevard in Lacey Township

Patch reports that Shannon Seaman, 29, was killed Friday evening on Beach Boulevard in Lacey Township. The accident occurred near the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Palm Beach Drive. Police say she had had been trying to help a dog that had been hit by a car and that was running across lanes. Seaman, a resident […]

Emails Show Company Linked to Meningitis Outbreak Sold Drugs Without Prescriptions

More than a dozen emails from New England Compounding Company (NECC) addressed to NewSouth Neurospine showed that the drug-compounding company solicited bulk orders from physicians for lower costs. However, emails reviewed by Reuter showed that the company did not require proof of individual patient prescriptions from the physicians, which is a violation of the state […]

HMO Accountability Still Missing in Action

Acting Gov. Donald T. DiFrancesco signed the Health Care Carrier Accountability Act, also known as the “Right to Sue Your HMO Act.” What makes for a great public-relations, bipartisan, caring, smiling-faces media event is, in practice, more HMO-friendly than the insurance industry or our elected officials want New Jersey residents to realize. Read More…