Posts Tagged ‘motor vehicle accident’
Plaintiff’s Appeal of The Trial Court’s Order Granted Summary Judgment to Defendant Trucking Company
Dante Rojas, etc. v. Estate of Victor Wright, et al. Docket No. A-3130-20 Decided September 23, 2022 Submitted by New Jersey Truck Crash Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In a recent unpublished opinion, the Appellate Court of New Jersey decided plaintiff’s appeal of the trial court’s order granting summary judgment to defendant trucking company. This case arose out…Read More
Review Of Mistrial and Partial Dismiss of an Indictment Involving a Deadly Head-On Collision
State v. Stephen Zadroga Appellate Docket No.: A-4432-19 Decided April 26, 2022 Submitted by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark In a recent published decision, the Appellate Division reviewed a judge’s order for mistrial and partial dismiss of an indictment involving a deadly head on collision after defendant’s blood sample was mixed up with…Read More
Personal Injury Case Involving Product Liability – Potentially Faulty Seatbelt
Reznik v. American Honda Motor Company Docket No.: A-5358-17T2 Decided September 1, 2020 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division considered whether failure to timely produce a liability expert report was appropriate grounds for granted defendant’s summary judgment motion and ultimately dismissing plaintiff’s product’s liability…Read More
Does an Assault and Battery Exception Apply to Negligence in Allowing Assault and Battery to Occur?
Estate of Pickett v. Moore’s Lounge Docket No.: A-2230-17T2 Decided August 25, 2020 Submitted by New Jersey Criminal Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In a recent published decision, the Appellate Division considered whether a tavern’s assault and battery exception applied to the tavern’s alleged negligence in allowing assault and battery to occur. In Pickett, Plaintiff, Pickett and…Read More
Can a Complaint Be Filed for Personal Injury if the Plaintiff Dies Prior to Filing the Lawsuit?
Repko v. Our Lady of Lourdes Docket No.: A-2181-19T1 Decided August 13, 2020 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In a recent published decision, the Appellate Division considered whether a complaint filed for personal injury could be amended by the estate although the plaintiff originally bringing the complaint had died prior the…Read More
How this Expert kept his opinions tied to the facts of the investigation!
LOUIS A. MAGDON v. HARLEY-DAVIDSON USA, New Jersey Appellate Division May 31, 2019 Submitted by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. Facts: Plaintiff purchased a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle in 2010 at Liberty, a Harley-Davidson dealership. Over the next several years, plaintiff serviced the motorcycle at Liberty, usually before going on a long trip.…Read More
Law Offices of Hark and Hark Makes Top 50 settlements Obtained in New Jersey in the Year 2017
Top 50 Settlements in New Jersey in 2017 The Law Offices of Hark and Hark were named to the list of top 50 settlements obtained in New Jersey in the year 2017 We are pleased to present to you the list of top 50 settlements obtained in New Jersey in the year 2017. The list…Read More
Ran a Stop Sign but the Stop Sign is Not There. Was I Negligent?
31-2-3054 Compagnucci v. Collura , N.J. Super. App. Div. (per curiam) (7 pp.) Submitted by New Jersey Criminal Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark A case was recently decided by New Jersey’s Appellate Division regarding a motor vehicle accident causing the plaintiff severe injury. In the case, the plaintiff was stopped at an intersection which she was familiar with. The…Read More
Accident on I-78 causes critical injury, delays traffic
Submitted by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark WARREN TOWNSHIP — An accident on Saturday morning on Interstate 78 east of exit 36 has resulted in the critical injury of the driver and delayed traffic. The driver, who was a female, was air-lifted to Morristown Memorial Hospital in critical condition, according to the state…Read More
NJDOT worker on breathing tube after deadly I-78 crash
Submitted by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark A veteran New Jersey Department of Transportation worker whose job is to protect co-workers was seriously injured herself in Friday’s fatal crash on Interstate 78 in Warren County. Keli McCatharn, 50, of Phillipsburg, was seated in a DOT dump truck outfitted with a crash attenuator…Read More