...In his appellate brief, plaintiffs' attorney Robert Conroy, of Kern Augustine Conroy & Schoppmann in Bridgewater, N.J., said Wigenton's "cramped definition...
Medical malpractice filings have declined steadily in New Jersey since the adoption of a tort reform measure designed to weed out frivolous suits
More than a dozen patients who sued Joseph Dello Russo's much-advertised eye surgery clinic have won $15.3 million in arbitration, and Princeton Insurance Co. has to pay, a Bergen County, N.J., judge
The latest chapter in the demise of MIIX Insurance Co., once New Jersey's largest medical malpractice insurer, has plaintiffs' lawyers in a quandary
...Amdur, of Amdur Maggs & McGann. Robert Conroy, of Kern Augustine Conroy & Schoppmann, sees the same trend from another angle. Lawyers at his...
A New Jersey appeals court has found for the first time that an infant has an independent right of action for birth injury caused by lack of informed consent
A Mercer County judge Sept. 28 placed the ailing MIIX Insurance Co., once New Jersey's biggest medical malpractice insurer and one of the largest nationally, into state rehabilitation
Data that insurance companies provide to New Jersey regulators about medical malpractice payouts are now open to the public, thanks to a federal judge's ruling
The Affidavit of Merit Statute -- anathema to plaintiffs' medical malpractice lawyers practicing in New Jersey since its inception -- has taken on a new reason to be loathed, thanks to New Jersey Sup
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