Two new studies show progress toward producing a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and discovering its causes. A new study from the Yale School of Medicine has announced a major step forward in the push to find a drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Yale researchers have created a drug that reverses cognitive defects... 
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Everyone who gets married hopes to stay that way forever. But despite everyone’s best efforts and intentions, sometimes divorce really is the only solution. For childless couples, divorce is a decision that does not greatly impact anyone but the couple themselves. Of course, the same cannot be said of parents... 
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Construction accident lawsuit funding provides financial peace of mind for those seriously injured or who have lost a loved on in a construction related accident. If it is determined that the accident was caused by negligence, family members can hold the negligent parties responsible. Once a personal injury or wrongful... 
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Free Seminar – Planning to Preserve Your Assets October 21, 2014 at 6pm RSVP by calling (856) 235-8501    Read More →
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Research indicates that auto accident injury victims who hire attorneys receive larger settlement payments. Plus, the Illinois Appellate Court ruled that school districts my not be shielded from liability under the Tort Immunity Act on this month’s Chicago Injury Alert.  Read More →
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Research shows that teenagers are twice as likely to make impulsive decisions as adults, especially inexperienced ones. This means they may be more inclined to run a stop sign, fail to yield, or misjudge a situation, such as whether there is time to make a turn in front of an oncoming vehicle. Police have concluded... 
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On May 10, 2008, Regina Riche arrived at the hospital with a debilitating headache. After being treated for a brain aneurysm, she died of sepsis. Drs. Frank Culicchia and Justin Owen informed Riche’s husband that she had a brain aneurysm and needed surgery. The day after her operation, she became violently ill.... 
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On September 23, Begley Law Group attorney Ethan Ordog received this year’s Robert W. Criscuolo Award at the Burlington County Bar Association’s annual State Bar Night at Indian Spring Country Club. The Honorable Ronald E. Bookbinder, Assignment Judge of Burlington County, presented the award. Ordog clerked for... 
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Our guest blogger this week is Jilana Van Meter, Communications & Administration Manager,  At Home on the Sound. The term “aging in place” is being heard more frequently these days. Simply put, “aging in place” means remaining in your own home and maintaining your independence as you... 
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Ever wonder what kind of flooring is really “you?” Carpet? Tiling? Ceramic? Wood? When it comes right down to it, what you put on your floors is a matter of personal taste. But if you have both carpet and animals, for example, you may need to step back and take a look at your options. There are many practical... 
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