In the term about to open, the New Jersey state Supreme Court will address the never-ending question of how seriously an automobile-accident victim must be injured to vault the verbal threshold
Blame it on tight purses, minimal benefits or just plain apathy, but fewer lawyers are joining bar associations these days, and bar groups are struggling to make themselves more attractive to prospec
The latest chapter in the demise of MIIX Insurance Co., once New Jersey's largest medical malpractice insurer, has plaintiffs' lawyers in a quandary
Court rulings across the country are showing that the increased use of genetic testing has substantially expanded physicians' liability for failure to counsel patients about hereditary disorders
Nearly five months after a New Jersey state government Web site began posting doctors' malpractice histories, the publicity may be having a chilling effect on settlements
...first firm the plaintiff consulted, and Kenneth Berkowitz of Blume Goldfaden Berkowitz Donnelly Fried & Forte, who was called in to try the case. ...
A New Jersy law, designed to enforce child support obligations, imposes a lien on net proceeds of more than $2,000 on nearly all judicial awards. Moreover, it bars distribution of the money until the
...lawyer, John Blume, of Chatham's Blume Goldfaden Berkowitz, Donnelly Fried & Forte. The accident occurred on Aug. 16...
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