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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

There’s nothing quite as overwhelming as being the victim of medical malpractice. While it’s common to believe that an error always constitutes medical malpractice, it’s important to remember that a bad outcome doesn’t always warrant a claim. Doctors and other medical professionals are not perfect and because so many common illnesses have symptoms that mimic…

  • FDA Testing on Roundup Weed Killer Resumes

    The United States Food and Drug Administration, commonly referred to as the FDA, recently resumed testing regarding how much glyphosate, a potentially cancer-causing chemical, is in the American food supply. Glyphosate is found in Roundup, a brand name weed killer manufactured by Monsanto. The FDA had suspended testing amidst confusion with a standard methodology of testing. The…

  • What to Do If You Find Yourself in a Car Accident

    One of the most challenging, and potentially devastating, events that can happen in your life is involvement in a car accident, caused by someone else’s negligence. You may very well face a myriad of medical problems following the accident, and some of them could be extremely serious. Further aggravating an already serious situation is the…

  • 5 Skills to Look for in a Medical Malpractice Attorney

    Medical malpractice cases are some of the most complicated personal injury cases for a law firm to take on. This type of case requires an expert law firm with a proven track record of winning. Personal injury claims against doctors and medical institutions require attorneys who are able to successfully navigate advanced scientific theories and…

  • DUI Laws, Fines, and Penalties in NJ and PA

    Find the Right DUI Lawyer in PA & NJ DUI laws vary from state to state. That’s why finding a law firm that understands that specializes in your state of residence immensely important. DUI Lawyers in PA & NJ must understand more than the average lawyer. At the Marrone Law Firm, LLC, our focus is…

  • How to File a Successful Product Liability Claim

    Producers and manufacturers owe consumers who use their products should those products fail. But product liability can be tricky and challenging to prove. This short guide will help you understand what you need to do to support your product liability claim and get the justice that you deserve. Establish a timeline The first thing you…

  • Health Notice Regarding Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler Devices

    Are you a victim of post-surgery infection? Did your surgeon utilize a Stöckert 3T heater-cooler device during surgery? If you have been infected by this device, you may be able the benefit from a lawsuit again this device manufacturer. Read on to learn more about the Stöckert 3T heater-cooler device lawsuit and what you need to know…

  • Don’t Text and Drive: It’s Not Worth It

    So you think shooting off a quick text while driving isn’t really that big of a deal. It’s not like you’re getting behind the wheel drunk, right? Wrong. The National Security Council estimates that at least 28  percent of all crashes (that’s 1.6 million crashes per year) are caused by drivers using cell phones or texting. Drivers…

  • What You Need to Know About the Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuit

    Last year, Johnson & Johnson was hit with $197 million in verdicts by three separate juries who ruled that the company failed to warn consumers that their talcum powder products caused cancer in women. Since 2014, surviving women and their families have filed over 2,000 talcum powder lawsuits against the consumer medical goods giant.  It’s a product liability fiasco…

  • Nationwide Personal Injuries Statistics

    The National Center for Health Statistics, a department within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), states that the number of Emergency Department visits for unintentional injuries that require medical treatment is approximately 31 million across the country each year. Of these 31 million, some 2 million are severe enough to require some form…

  • Radioactive Material Removal Plan Approved in Newfield, New Jersey

    A plan for removing the radioactive material at the former Shieldalloy Metallurgical Company site in Newfield, New Jersey has been approved. The Shieldalloy plant manufactured specialty steel and alloy additives, powdered metals, and optical surfacing products until shutting down in the late 1990s and permanently closing in the early 2000s. About 50,000 tons of low-level radioactive…