A Gloucester County judge sentenced Jon Nordberg to 25 years in prison, for the 2013 robbery and murder of a Franklinville man. A $7.5 million judgment was obtained in a wrongful death suit filed by the family of the murder victim. For more information about this story,..
At a press conference today held by lawyers from personal injury firm Grungo Colarulo, as well as other attorneys representing four-year-old drowning victim Cami Grinnell, Cami’s mother Yvonne Grinnell spoke publicly for the first time about the tragedy of her daughter’s death at Lake Absegami (Bass River State Park). “You can’t imagine what it’s like to see your baby full of life in..
On Wednesday, May 24 at 10:30 a.m., lawyers from personal injury firm Grungo Colarulo, as well as other attorneys representing four-year-old New Jersey State Park drowning victim Cami Grinnell, will hold a press conference updating the public on the latest developments with the case to hold those responsible for Cami’s death accountable for this tragedy. Participants in the discussion will..
Amid concerns over the safety, lack of insurance, and liability of popular ridesharing services, last Friday, Governor Chris Christie signed the Transportation Network Company Safety and Regulatory Act into law. The new law brings with it regulations and standards for ridesharing companies, such as Uber and Lyft, to the state of New Jersey, making it the 36th state in the country to do..
Though most of us would like to have faith in the notion that the quality of care provided in hospitals across the city, state, and country is essentially equal, a recently-published study has revealed that this simply is not the case. The research, presented in renowned academic journal PLOS One indicates that there are often startling differences in patient outcomes, both by facility and by..
The issue of doctor-assisted suicide is talked about by both ordinary citizens and the politicians who represent them. Whether for it or against it, both sides argue passionately about the topic and the implications of passed legislation. The state of New Jersey has taken this issue a step further than closed-door conversations by introducing legislation that would give terminally ill patients..