• Do Caps on Medical Malpractice Awards reduce Medical costs?

    January 6, 2015

    Medical Malpractice Award Caps Mercer County, NJ As I mentioned in the last blog, insurance companies providing medical malpractice insurance to doctors and hospitals have claimed for years that the high cost of litigation is driving up the cost of medical insurance and therefore the cost of medical care. This is patently not true, as…Read More >>

  • McDonalds Hot coffee Lawsuit: It Isn’t What You Think

    December 25, 2014

    McDonalds Hot Coffee Lawsuit: What Mercer County Residents Should Know. By now, of course, everyone knows of the infamous McDonald’s hot coffee lawsuit. Someone spilled coffee on herself and sued McDonalds because the coffee was hot. Yet almost nobody knows what really happened, why McDonald’s was completely at fault, totally disregarded the safety of their…Read More >>

  • The Truth about Medical Malpractice

    December 18, 2014

    Medical Malpractice Truths Mercer County, NJ Million dollar verdicts. Frivolous lawsuits. Doctors driven out of business. Soaring malpractice insurance rates. Defensive medical costs driving up costs. Really? Actually, no. According to the American Medical Association, a total of 225,000 Americans per year die as a result of substandard medical treatments. This includes: 12,000 deaths per…Read More >>

  • Decedent Estate Sale of Residence Mercer County, NJ

    December 11, 2014

    Decedent Estate Sales Mercer County, NJ Sale of Real Property by personal representatives of decedent’s estates can present a number of issues which could potentially delay or even derail a residential real estate closing in New Jersey. The following are just a few of these issues which would need to be carefully considered if residential…Read More >>

  • Slow Ride: Housing’s Recovery Taking a Breather – Housing Mercer County, NJ

    November 26, 2014

    Housing Mercer County, NJ By Liz Ann Sonders- June 2, 2014 – After a sharp recovery off the post-bubble low in housing, many of the key indicators have stalled. Housing has been historically considered a key driver of the US economy. But starting in the early 1990s, the relationship began to weaken. Housing was…Read More >>