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  • When is it Essential to Report an Incident to an Adult Care Facility?

    Families entrust these institutions with the care of their loved ones, expecting professional and compassionate treatment. However, incidents of negligence or abuse can occur. It is important not to wait long before reporting such incidents to protect those who may be vulnerable. Mostly, the cases of neglect and abuse in adult care facilities cause injuries read more
  • How Long Do You Have to Sue a Doctor After Surgery in New Jersey?

    Medical malpractice is a significant concern in the healthcare industry, and medical errors are a leading cause of preventable injury and death in the U.S., claiming over 250,000 lives annually. If you have been injured by a surgical error, the law gives you a limited time to file a lawsuit against the negligent doctor or read more
  • How Long After Anesthesia Can You Drive?

    Anesthesia-related accidents are relatively rare but still notable. According to a case-crossover study involving 70,722 drivers who had undergone surgery, 263 of them were involved in car crashes. While the study does not absolutely link the crashes with surgery, the residual effects that anesthesia can have on your cognitive and motor functions played read more
  • Varcadipane & Pinnisi, P.C. Obtains a Medical Malpractice $5M Settlement

    $5 Million NY Medical Malpractice Settlement where surgeon chose not to take the time to do a complete and thorough consultation and instead performed an unnecessary surgery which left a 54 year old man with serious and permanent injuries. Dawn M. Pinnisi successfully secured a $5 Million Settlement against a NYC hospital and surgeon. It read more
  • What to Do if My Car Was Hit and Their Insurance Won’t Pay Me?

    In a no-fault state like New Jersey, each driver involved in a car crash must pay for their medical bills, lost wages, and other injury-related costs. The injured party obtains compensation by filing a claim against their personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. Even so, the at-fault party must pay the other party’s vehicle repair costs. read more
  • What Is the NJ Move Over Law?

    New Jersey has launched a campaign through radio, television, and ads with a renewed emphasis on often ignored “move-over” traffic laws. Working on the roadside is a dangerous and sometimes fatal job. That said, the Division of Highway Traffic Safety is asking road users to be considerate of any crew on the highway by moving read more
  • How Much Money Can I Sue a Hospital for MRSA Infection?

    Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection is a bacterial infection that doesn’t usually get better with many antibiotics used to treat ordinary staph infections. MRSA infections are common in hospitalized people or residents in healthcare settings like nursing homes. Since MRSA infections are difficult to treat, they often spread to read more
  • What to Do if I Was Injured in a Public Place?

    Different hazards exist in public places, including debris, potholes, open maintenance holes, and poorly maintained sidewalks. For example, tripping on a crumbling sidewalk can cause an ankle sprain or worse, leading to costly medical bills. A local government agency may be liable for injuries caused by failing to keep public areas debris-free, maintained, read more

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