Category: Personal Rights and Freedom

  • OPIOID CRISIS: Who’s Fault; who can help.

    December 11, 2017

    OPIOID CRISIS: Who’s Fault; who can help. We can hardly read the newspaper, watch local news, open a magazine, without reading about another overdose, another fatality, drugmakers doubling the price of Narcan. This is a crises unlike any we’ve known in this country, working the crack epidemic of the mid-90s. I wonder if this is…Read More >>

  • 3 TOP WAYS TO MAKE OUR HOMES SAFER

    October 9, 2017

    Some people complain there are too many lawsuits. 1 of the best ways to prevent lawsuits is to be more careful. We can protect ourselves around her own homes, not only from lawsuits, but from injuring ourselves and our family, with simple and easy cautions. See the attached for the 3 top ways of reducing…Read More >>

  • WHY HAVEN’T OUR INSURANCE PREMIUMS DROPPED??

    July 25, 2017

    Lawsuit filings are down by 80% across the country. In 1993, there were 10 lawsuits per 1,000 citizens; now, there are 2 lawsuits per 1,000 citizens. Court filings for torts, where someone has been injured through the carelessness of another person, are down from 20% of all lawsuit filings, to 5%. And yet, we continue…Read More >>

  • AIN’T NONE OF THEM THE GOOD HANDS PEOPLE

    July 11, 2017

    AIN’T NONE OF THEM THE GOOD HANDS PEOPLE Or how insurance companies take your money, break their promises, and leave you stranded A certain insurance company doing business in the area has an approval rating somewhere in the mid-90s. They of course brag about this, and it certainly sounds good on the surface. However, what…Read More >>

  • THERE IS NO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAWSUIT CRISIS

    June 9, 2017

    How many times have you heard it? Lawsuits are driving doctors out of business, or out of the state, or forcing them to retire. Medical malpractice premiums are through the roof. Doctors get sued all the time. Actually, this is all nonsense, lies told by the insurance industry too, first and foremost, justify high malpractice…Read More >>

  • TOO MANY LAWSUITS AGAINST DOCTORS? OR TOO FEW?

    April 18, 2017

    TOO MANY LAWSUITS AGAINST DOCTORS? OR TOO FEW? According to CNN, there are at least 251,454 deaths due to medical errors annually in the United States. Consumer Reports in their May issue indicate that about 650,000 patients acquire an infection while in the hospital every year, and 75,000 of them die, according to the Centers…Read More >>

  • MEDICAL MALPRACTICE AND NURSING HOME BILL TO HURT PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

    March 13, 2017

    Every year, more people are injured and killed by careless doctors than by car accidents. Additional thousands are injured in nursing homes for substandard care. You would hope that your elected representatives in Congress would try to protect their constituents, you, bad doctors who are careless and just plain bad. Your hope would be mis-placed.…Read More >>

  • HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM GOVERNMENT BAN ON LAWSUITS AND DAMAGES

    March 8, 2017

    HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM GOVERNMENT BAN ON LAWSUITS AND DAMAGES Responsibility and accountability – even for the powerful – are rooted into the core of our legal system. This country’s founders knew that a democracy needs a court system that empowers people to protect themselves by holding the powerful to account. That’s why the…Read More >>

  • Religious Organizations and Zoning

    March 2, 2017

    Chris Costa has extensive experience advocating on behalf of religious organizations in zoning matters. He is litigating cases in Federal Court under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Person Act on behalf of the Chabad Jewish Center of Toms River and Congregation Kollel in Lakewood and Howell. Check out the articles below to learn more:…Read More >>

  • TRAFFIC DEATHS SPIKE UPWARDS, REVERSING A 40 YEAR TREND

    February 21, 2017

    TRAFFIC DEATHS SPIKE UPWARDS, REVERSING A 40 YEAR TREND We had been doing so well. Public education, supercars, prior drinking age, all led to steadily increasing auto accident deaths. What happened? Largely, it’s distracted driving. Whether the driver is on a cell phone, or looking at the Bluetooth settings, or texting, or just trying to…Read More >>