When you get bitten by a dog in New Jersey, you may not think the bite will make you sick. Sometimes, though, people might get a disease from the bite.
Residents in New Jersey and the surrounding areas of the region know that the summer holidays and weekends are times to be extra aware of dangers on the road. However, people cannot be expected to hole up and stay home all of the time for fear that a reckless person will cause them harm so they must take the risk of being in an accident in order to live their lives. That is the choice that many people made on the recent Fourth of July weekend. Unfortunately for one family, the outcome was almost unthinkable.
Smart parents stopped using baby powder while changing their babies years ago after medical evidence suggested that talcum-based powders are linked to the occurrence of cancer. However, Johnson & Johnson -- the world's largest manufacturer of talcum-based powders -- has fiercely defended the safety of its products in the face of criticisms and fears relating to its carcinogenic nature.
If you are a homeowner in New Jersey, one thing you may wonder about is the sidewalk in front of your home. What would happen if someone fell? Would you be liable? Are you required to shovel snow or keep that sidewalk maintained? These are common questions when it comes to who is responsible for sidewalks within the city limits in the various cities in the state.
When you ride your motorcycle around New Jersey, you usually do not expect to crash. It is easy for a collision to occur, though, and if you are involved in a serious accident, you may sometimes incur a spinal cord injury.