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Train Station Crash Stuns New Jersey Commuters

We at Eisbrouch Marsh Law Offices are speechless about the unfolding tragedy in northern New Jersey. The reports are still coming in, but what is known as that a Hoboken commuter train crashed into the station. So far, there has been at least one fatality and somewhere in the vicinity of 100... Read more »

Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act Extended until 2090

Congress voted to extend The James L. Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act, providing much-needed medical coverage to individuals with Ground Zero-related health illnesses for the next 75 years. Enacted by President Barack Obama in 2011, the act ensures that the heroes of 9/11 continue to receive treatment services for chronic... Read more »

NJ Company Sued for Workplace Discrimination

A New Jersey company is being sued  for workplace discrimination by a woman who says she was discriminated against based on physical disabilities. Quest Diagnostics fired the woman after she was forced to take time off work for various injuries and medical conditions. Medical conditions force work restrictions Michele Freeman filed... Read more »

NJ Officials Face Allegations of Sexual Harassment

While teasing another employee or subordinate in the workplace isn’t illegal, incidents that involve harassing personnel or an applicant because of that person’s sex is against the law. This may encompass sexual harassment or unsolicited advances, requests for favors, and other physical or verbal provocation of a sexual nature. Despite... 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 »