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NJ Laws Newsletter E178 February 14, 2005

Ken Vercammen's NJ Laws email newsletter February 14, 2005 #178

In this issue:

1. Recent cases-In receiving stolen property, state must prove
2. Nerve injuries
3. Akhila Naik, Esq. is our "Of Counsel" Attorney
4. Free Law books
5. Upcoming Charity events
6. If A Loved One Is A Victim Of Nursing Home Abuse, call

1. Recent cases-In receiving stolen property, state must prove item stolen. State v. Hodde 181 NJ 375 (2004).
Whenever the state seeks a conviction for the crime of receiving stolen property, it must prove that the property in question was actually stolen.

D'Aloia v George - Do not select "limitation on lawsuit option" on your car insurance policy. If you are in an accident and are injured you may not be able to recover medical deductible and uncompensated medical expenses under the decision of D'Aloia v George __ NJ Super. __ (App. Div. decided October 12, 2004)

2. Nerve injuries- Persons who fall down or are in car accidents often do not feel pain in their neck or pain until the next day. Testing for nerve damage/involvement, could include nerve conduction tests, muscle conduction tests, MRI, CT scan, and blood work. A person concerned about nerve damage should probably consult a neurologist (who can administer most of the above tests)
See our new article at http://www.njlaws.com/nerve_damage_from_accident.htm


3. Akhila Naik, Esq. is our "Of Counsel" Attorney. She assists clients who speak the following Languages : Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Tulu. She is in the office by appointment only.
She previously was a legal interpreter with an online interpretation service to non-English speakers throughout the world on various matters such as initial police custody and interrogation, insurance claims, 911 calls, social security offices, emergency room situations, hospital clinic calls and customer service calls.  

More information on Akhila Naik, Esq. is on our website:

4. Free Law books:
We now use online services and are offering over one thousand books for free.
Atlantic Reporter Vol 1-410 (to 1979)
Am Jur 2nd (Supp to 1982)
Atlantic Digest to 1982

First to pick up gets the books. They are boxed in our office garage. Our law office needs more space for staff. Call our office.

5. Upcoming Charity events
March 6 - Belmar St Patrick Parade March with the Jersey Shore Running Club

March 11 - Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Black Tie. Somerset Double Tree Hotel Friday night event
[If you can give Ken V a ride from South Brunswick/ East Brunswick, call 732-572-0500]

6. If A Loved One Is A Victim Of Nursing Home Abuse, call

Over 1.5 million seniors live in nursing homes. Although they are entitled to receive proper care, unfortunately many suffer from severe abuse and neglect, including poor medical care, bad sanitation, and physical and verbal abuse.

If you have a loved one in a nursing home make sure he or she is being treated properly. If you think a loved one is being abused or neglected, call us. We can help stop the wrongful conduct and obtain damages for it.

New article on website this week: Driving While Revoked

Thank you for reading our newsletter! God Bless America USA #1
Kenneth Vercammen, Esq.
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Edison, NJ 08817
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