Medical malpractice claims require experts with the same specialty or subspecialty as the doctors being sued and being qualified to treat the same condition is not enough, the state Supreme Court rul
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The Supreme Court has agreed to decide if a state law widely used to pursue polluters for cleanup costs creates strict liability for all damages arising from the contamination, whether or not a causa
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
It is ORDERED that the following judges of the Appellate Division, Law Division (Civil and Criminal), and Chancery Division (General Equity and Family) of the Superior Court and the following judges
...Fairfield Township. Joseph Marczyk, of Absecon's Crammer, Bishop, Marczyk & O'Brien. A graduate of William & Mary University and Widener Univ...
Because plaintiff's evidence demonstrates that he was subjected to unconstitutional conditions of confinement, the Department of Correction's sovereign immunity defense is insufficient to defeat plai
In this medical malpractice action, it was reversible error to have charged the stricter "but for all-or-nothing" causation test rather than the more relaxed "substantial factor" standard where plain
A jury charge that sent the wrong message on causation was enough to warrant a new trial for a man who alleged a doctor's failure to take an X-ray of his injured elbow amounted to medical malpractice
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