As Super Bowl 50 between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos takes center stage this weekend, over 115 million fans are expected to tune-in across the world. It is estimated that 1.3 billion chicken wings and 139 million pounds of Avocado will be consumed during the game!
We know what everyone is thinking, how can the Jets be in the news during the week of the Super Bowl?
Did you accidently step into a time machine and windup in 1969? Nope, the only guarantee Joe Namath is giving these days is that your steak will be tender, as seen here.
Oh no, did another Jets player get arrested? Nope…well, at least we don’t think so, but it is only Monday.
Did they fire another coach? No again, that’s strike three.
As initial forecasts are pointing to the first major winter storm of 2016 hitting our region later this week, it’s a good time to separate facts from fiction when it comes to winter driving.
While taking it slow and putting down the cellphone will obviously help drivers avoid motor-vehicle accidents regardless of the road conditions, there are many myths out there when it comes to icy/snowy conditions. The list below was put together by iceroadsafety.com and can be found in its entirety here.
January 8, 2016 –We are very pleased to congratulate Jeffrey E. Strauss, of counsel to Mintz & Geftic, LLC and Strauss Law Offices, LLC, who, through a relentless and lengthy hard fought legal battle, secured a $15 million settlement in a medical malpractice suit on behalf of an 11-year-old girl from Irvington, New Jersey. An Essex County, New Jersey Superior Court Judge approved the settlement on December 18, 2015, just 10 days before the trial was scheduled to begin.