A wrongful death suit can proceed in behalf of a reveler at a Polar Bear Plunge whose body was found in the icy waters off Sea Isle City the day after
...Don Purdy, Galloway Township, Steve Bonanni, Tiffany Cuviello); James Birchmeier, Powell, Birchmeier & Powell, Tuckahoe (for Keith Hartman). ...
Summary judgment was inappropriate on plaintiff's claims arising from his arrest by a New Jersey state trooper based on suspicion that he had passed a bad check
The New Jersey State Police must defend against a suit charging a trooper falsely arrested a man while helping a private business collect an unpaid bill
Failed attempts to obtain videotapes of an accident purportedly involving a state vehicle can constitute "extraordinary circumstances" warranting extension of the Tort Claims Act's 90-day notice peri
"Extraordinary circumstances" existed for the extension of the 90-day Tort Claims Act deadline
A hole in a boardwalk plank did not constitute a dangerous condition; any action Wildwood took to protect against the hole or the failure to take such action was not palpably unreasonable
A shore town's law requiring personal watercraft operators to complete an approved boat-safety course isn't worth the paper it's printed on, at least where civil liability is concerned
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