October 21, 2014

Car Reportedly Hits Pedestrians Crossing Road in Princeton NJ

Princeton NJ police are investigating a motor vehicle accident that seriously injured two people. A 54-year-old West Windsor man, accompanied by his 8-year-old son, attempted to cross Washington Road in Princeton when he was reportedly struck by a car. According to authorities, the 8-year-old child was also hit by the vehicle. The two victims had

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October 6, 2014

CR Recovers 2 Million for Pedestrian Injured in Princeton NJ

Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson partners Jerrold Kamensky and Kevin Riechelson recently represented a client in an auto accident case. Our client, an undocumented alien, was crossing Witherspoon Street in Princeton NJ when he was struck by a car. The crash caused our client to suffer a traumatic brain injury. During negotiations with the defense attorneys, we

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September 21, 2014

Research Shows Traumatic Brain Injuries Have Long-Term Effects

Traumatic brain injuries are a serious problem in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and throughout the U.S. Recent legal action over the long-range impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI) involving the National Football League (NFL) and its players has been extensively reported by the news media. For example, the New York Times ran a wide-ranging series of

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