...multimillion-dollar asbestos case. The verdict against Wysoker, Glassner, Weingartner, Gonzalez & Lockspeiser was handed down Wednesday after a nine-day trial in...
...The estate of an asbestosis victim alleges that Wysoker, Glassner, Weingartner, Gonzalez & Lockspeiser put a roughly 2,000-case docket in the care...
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
A worker's compensation carrier that followed a state agency's faulty guidance on canceling a policy via telecommunications hook-up is still on the hook, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday
A carrier does not satisfy N.J.S.A. 34:15-81 by transmitting electronic notice of cancellation of coverage to the commissioner by way of the FTP where the statute clearly requires that to effectuate
Although the employer was provided with a notice of the cancellation of its workers' compensation policy, this did not relieve the carrier from complying with the "certified statement" requirement of
...Mount Laurel welcomes Melissa Bailos, formerly with Wysocker, Glassner, Weingartner, Gonzalez & Lockspeiser in New Brunswick . . . Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks & Zarin in Springfield brings...
The workers' compensation judge erred in refusing to set aside the settlement of petitioner's workers' compensation case based on mutual mistake where the attorneys involved in negotiating the settle
Large settlements and verdicts in New Jersey
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