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Rehab work set to begin on key Jersey City roadway for traffic to and from Holland Tunnel
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13
Oct

Construction work to rehabilitate the lower level of Route 139 in Jersey City will start tomorrow night, state Department of Transportation officials have announced. Earlier this month, westbound lanes of the lower level of Route 139, also known as the Depressed Highway, had to be closed due to concrete falling from the ceiling.The emergency tied up […]

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Jonathan Koles Wins Justice For Slain Inmate’s Family In Hudson County
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8
Aug

$407,500 FOR INMATE’S DEATH Santiago v. Hudson County; A Philadelphia woman accepted $407,500 in her suit over her daughter’s death while an inmate at the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny. Luz Mendoza Santiago claimed in her federal suit filed in Trenton that her daughter, Joanne Figueroa, began vomiting blood on July 8, 2008, and that […]

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New Jersey Dog Bite Law
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3
Jun

What is the New Jersey Dog Bite Law? There is an old expression about “a dog getting a free bite.”  This old adage has no place in New Jersey.  In fact, our dog bite laws are completely the opposite.  If you or a friend or family member is bitten by a dog owned by another, […]

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Bike Safety For Adults
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29
May

As spring spreads across the nation, bikers are popping up as regularly as the lilacs, magnolias and daffodils. Biking among adults has undergone somewhat of a renaissance in America, according to various transportation studies. And why not? Biking is great exercise, easy on the environment and perfect for sightseeing. But any time you mix bikes with motor vehicles, accidents can happen. Before you saddle up for your next ride, you should know the latest on bike safety.

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Use Focus Groups To Avoid No Cause Verdicts
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23
Apr

Originally published in the New Jersey Journal By: Jonathan Koles, Koles & Burke, LLP The lists of verdicts posted outside assignment judges’ courtrooms routinely record more “no causes” than plaintiff’s verdicts. There are many reasons for this. Since the plaintiff must establish all the elements of a prima facie case, successfully proving plaintiff’s civil case […]

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