The trial court erred in prohibiting plaintiff from presenting the testimony of a second malpractice liability expert on the ground that his testimony would be duplicative and that error entitles pla
...Greenville and its parent, Liberty Health System. Her lawyer, Dennis Drazin, consulted with two emergency medicine experts, two radiologists and an infectious disease...
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
Five national athletic organizations are asking for a fast-track decision in their federal court suit to block New Jersey's sports-wagering law from taking effect
An injured worker does not have a common-law cause of action against a workers' compensation carrier for pain and suffering caused by the carrier's delay in payment for medical treatment, prescriptio
New Jersey's high court has refused to recognize an injured employee's cause of action against a worker's compensation insurer for alleged willful, bad faith denial of coverage
A physician defending against a medical malpractice claim must include in his answer the medical specialty involved when rendering treatment to a plaintiff
...in emergency medicine. In preparation for the suit, Buck's lawyer, Dennis Drazin, obtained affidavits from experts he believed were qualified. One expert was certified...
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