The Legal Blog of Mark Yampaglia

Claims Against the Port Authority are Subject to Significant Time Limitations

Claims Against the Port Authority are Subject to Significant Time Limitations

  Mark Yampaglia

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is responsible for building, maintaining, and operating various transportation hubs in the area, including the Holland Tunnel, the Lincoln Tunnel, Newark Airport, John F. Kennedy Airport, and various bridges and bus terminals. Every day, millions of travelers and commuters count on the Port Authority to maintain … Continue reading Claims Against the Port Authority are Subject to Significant Time Limitations

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Toxic Water in NJ

Toxic Water in NJ

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Following the toxic amounts of lead in the water in Flint, Michigan, it is no surprise that individuals across the United States have become fearful of what may be coming out of their own taps. As it turns out, toxins were recently found in the water systems across our very own state of New Jersey. … Continue reading Toxic Water in NJ

Clearing the Air on Medical Malpractice

Clearing the Air on Medical Malpractice

  Mark Yampaglia

Medical malpractice suits in the United States are a commonly misunderstood phenomena, which can lead to resentment between patients and doctors and additionally cause those who have been unjustly victimized by a medical malpractice incident from receiving the recourse they deserve. Here is a quick look on some of the top five misconceptions about medical … Continue reading Clearing the Air on Medical Malpractice

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