Personal Injury Complaint Dismissed Because the Plaintiff’s Expert Report May Have Been Sufficient to Overcome Summary Judgment

Tennille Broome v. Shoprite of Millville Docket No.:    A-210-20 Decided July 18, 2022 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division overturned a dismissal of a personal injury complaint because the plaintiff’s expert report may have been sufficient to overcome summary judgment. In Broome v. Shoprite,…

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Defendant Appealed the Denial of His Motion for Attorney Fees and Sanctions in Action Arising from An Automobile Accident

Liberty Mutual v. David Doivilus Docket No.: A-4635-19 Decided December 7, 2021 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division reviewed a trial court’s denial of sanctions sought by defendant after plaintiff unsuccessfully sought presuit preservation of discovery following a crash. In Doivilus, on the morning of…

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Liability of a Slip and Fall, the Business or Landowner Must Have Had Some Kind of Notice That a Dangerous Condition Existed

Lillianthal v. Dunkin Donuts Docket No.: A-3613-19 Decided November 3, 2021 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division reviewed whether Dunkin Donuts was liable to plaintiff after she allegedly slipped and fell after stepping a green substance on the floor and then a napkin, casing injury.…

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Slip And Fall Injury on Ice in An Area of a Driveway That Led from A Public Street to A Parking Lot

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION DOCKET NO. A-0947-19 JEANNIE GREENSTEIN and JON GREENSTEIN, her spouse, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. FORSGATE INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX a/k/a FORSGATE INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, LP, FORSGATE VENTURES XI, LLC, SAMSUNG SDS AMERICA, INC., and JENI LLC a/k/a JENI LLC NJ LTD, Defendants, and AMAZON.COM.DEDC, LLC, and BERGEN OUTDOORS, INC. t/a BERGEN LANDSCAPING, Defendants-Respondents.…

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Rule 1:1-2 Is Used When an Attorney Makes a Mistake for a Client

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION DOCKET NO. A-3903-19 ALTON NICHOLS, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. DUKE LINDEN, LLC, DUKE REALTY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DUKE REALTY CORPORATION, BRIGHTVIEW LANDSCAPES, LLC, and CARUSO LANDSCAPING,   Defendants-Appellants, and WAYFAIR, LLC, and WAYFAIR, INC., Defendants, and BRIGHTVIEW LANDSCAPING, LLC, Defendant/Third-Party Plaintiff, v. CARUSO LANDSCAPING and INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF HANNOVER,  …

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Injuries While Attending Social Events or Recreational Activities Organized by Your Employer Will Not Be Compensable Unless the Attendance Was Required

Regalado v. F&B Garage Door Docket No. A-0083-20 Decided June 8, 2021 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In a recent unpublished decision, the New Jersey Appellate Division reviewed whether an injury that occurred while an employee attended holiday party was compensable. In Regalado, Respondent sells and installs residential garage doors. The business…

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