Graco recalls 25,000 car seats over flaw in harness webbingMay 25, 2017

AP (5/24) reports Graco Children’s Products has issued a recall for “more than 25,000 car seats because the harness webbing can break in a crash and may not keep children restrained.” According to the AP, “the recall affects certain My Ride 65 convertible seats” made on July 22, 2014, “with model numbers 1871689, 1908152, 1813074, …

$1.2 Million for Accident at Construction SiteMay 23, 2017

A man who had three toes amputated following an accident at a construction site agreed to a $1.2 million settlement in his Middlesex County suit. The plaintiff was visiting a condo under construction when a section of granite fell to the floor and slammed on his foot. As a result the 52-year old had three toes amputated. …

Battle Over Parking Permits in Deal, NJMay 12, 2017

Gill & Chamas Attorney, Andrew Chambarry, working in conjunction with the Surfrider Foundation, filed an ethics complaint Thursday against Deal Mayor Sam Cohen and Commissioner Morris Ades. The group alleges the beachfront residents in Deal donated money for the beach cleaner to a charity run by Cohen and Ades in exchange for the passing of …

Deal Parking: 3 ways new plan is illegal, opponents sayApril 20, 2017

Andrew Chambarry of Gill & Chamas, LLC leads the effort to kill the proposed parking rules in Deal. See this link for the full story from Susanne Cervenka in the Asbury Park Press DEAL – Opponents to Deal’s proposed beach parking permits say the new rules could violate state beach access laws, residents’ civil rights and …

Trump government decision may kill 160 workersApril 12, 2017

Please visit this page to view the article below: PEOPLESWORLD.org: The Trump administration announced this past Thursday that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is delaying by three months the effective date of a regulation that lowers the limit on construction workers’ exposure to cancer-causing crystalline silica dust. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka issued a …

Xarelto Makers Face $2.5 Billion in Potential LiabilityApril 7, 2017

The makers of Xarelto are facing $2.5 billion in potential liability from patients who suffered uncontrollable internal bleeding. Xarelto is a drug designed to thin the blood to prevent clots in patients who have an abnormal heart rhythm, who are at risk of stroke, or who have had hip or knee replacement surgery. However the …

$1.95 Million for Boy Who Suffered Bicycle Accident InjuryApril 5, 2017

Bicycle Accident Injury: A boy who suffered multiple serious injuries when he was hit by a car received a $1.95 million settlement. The million dollar lawsuit was approved by a Morris County judge earlier this year. The boy was on his way home from school in Morris County in October of 2014 when he was struck by …

Does your weight loss surgery put you at risk when you become pregnant?April 3, 2017

There are various forms of weight loss surgery. However, one in particular raises a substantial risk for a complication when a woman presents for routine pregnancy. A gastric bypass can be performed open (laparotomy) and minimally invasive, in a laparoscopic procedure. In the past, almost 70% of woman undergoing a gastric bypass were of child …

New law would allow consumers’ online information to be soldMarch 30, 2017

Scott Pelley reported on the CBS Evening News that “what you do and where you go on the Internet is about to become even less private” under “a new Federal law.” Errol Barnett added that the measure “allows your online information to be stored and sold by broadband internet service providers like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon, …