In light of national scandal involving high levels of lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, officials across the country, including New Jersey, have found it prudent to determine whether similar problems exist in their states. In January, 2016, New Jersey state officials were put on notice of concerns about the toxicity levels in drinking water at a dozen systems across the state. They include the Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority; the Raritan, Logan and Pennsgrove systems of New Jersey American; the Montclair Water Bureau; Greenwich Township; Garfield Water Department; Rahway Water Department; Brick Township; Paulsboro Water Department; Orange Water Department; and South Orange Water Department.
PERSONAL INJURY LEGAL HELP IN FREEHOLD, TOMS RIVER AND PT PLEASANT SINCE 1985
When you break a bone the naked eye or an X-ray can detect the break. When you suffer severe lacerations, the need for medical care is clear. But how can loss due to brain injuries be detected and proven?