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Nursing Home Residents Granted Right to Sue

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A major change is coming to the way nursing homes and their residents negotiate contracts. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that all long-term care facilities that receive any compensation from Medicaid and/or Medicare will be barred from imposing mandatory, pre-dispute, binding arbitration clauses in residency... Read more »

NJ Motorcyclist Survives Being Ejected Into Minivan

A motorcyclist was in stable condition earlier this month after having been ejected into the back of a minivan. The crash occurred on September 5, 2015 in Rockaway Township on Route 15 near Richard Mine Road. Twenty-seven-year-old Justin Attanasio of Branchville allegedly rear-ended the minivan, at which point he was... Read more »

Manicurists Fight Back Against Workplace Discrimination

An investigative piece published by The New York Times has unveiled the alleged widespread exploitation and abuse of manicurists in the New York metropolitan area. The Times interviewed over 150 manicurists and salon owners and found that most manicurists are given pay that falls below the minimum wage. Oftentimes, they... Read more »

Distracted Driving Campaign Aims to Save Lives

In 2013, 10 percent of all fatal auto crashes and 18 percent of all crashes that led to injuries were the result of distracted drivers. This equals 3,154 fatalities and 424,000 victims of injuries, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Distracted driving is such a prevalent problem... Read more »

Toddler Drowns at New Jersey Daycare Center

At Eisbrouch Marsh, we often work with families who are trying to recover from shocking accidents that result in personal injury or the sudden loss of a loved one. Incidents in which children suffer harm are certainly among the most deplorable. Our New Jersey personal injury lawyers can help parents of children who... Read more »