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Two recent Appellate Division cases involved plaintiffs who suffered serious injuries resulting from slip and fall accidents. These cases show that in instances where the defendant’s store/business did not create the negligent condition, an injured plaintiff must be very specific about what substance or condition caused them to fall. A […]

In a recent, unpublished Appellate Division decision, the court addressed what can happen if a plaintiff in a personal injury action fails to submit an expert report, particularly where the plaintiffs were subject to the verbal threshold. This post explains why an expert report is necessary when someone is injured […]

In two recent decisions, the New Jersey Appellate Division made clear that individuals who are injured by public employees or injured on public property must send a written notice to the applicable public entities within 90 days of the injury date, or their claim will be dismissed regardless of how […]

In the personal injury matter of Pareja v. Princeton Int’l Properties, the Appellate Division released an important decision on April 9, 2020, (A-2111-18T3) regarding a commercial landowner’s potential responsibility to keep its public walkways along its property safe, via snow and ice removal, even when precipitation is falling. This is […]

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