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Who Is Responsible for Playground Accident Injuries?

Playgrounds can provide ample hours of fun and activity for children, allowing them to challenge themselves, socialize and enjoy the…

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New Jersey’s New Car Seat Law: Important Facts That You Should Know

A new set of car seat safety laws go into effect in New Jersey starting September 1, 2015. Governor Chris…

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Attention: Common Medical Malpractice Errors by Doctors and Hospitals

Patients that are harmed by the treatment of any medical professional that they are trusting for proper health care fall…

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4 Ways to Help Avoid Birth Injury

In the United States, as many as eight babies out of 1,000 live births suffer a significant birth injury and…

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Common Causes of Medical Malpractice

A patient that has been harmed or loses their life while under the care of a physician, nurse, or other…

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Statute of Limitations – Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorney Explains Why Time is of the Essence

The decision to pursue a personal injury lawsuit is not always an easy one to make. However, when you or…

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Amputation hazard brings baby bicycle seat recall.

April 10, 2012 The Attleboro (MA) Sun Chronicle (4/6, Foster) reported that the Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a…

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NYTimes: failure to vaccinate children leaves them vulnerable to harmful diseases

  You may have heard about this news on TV — the physician whose research helped to spur a movement…

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Business Owners Want Eased Restrictions on Child Safety

In a time of recession, some people think that any pro-business argument will hold sway. I was stunned to read…

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Happy 4th!

The staff of Lundy Law wishes you a happy and safe July 4th weekend. If you’re planning some time by…

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