Represented a Roxbury teacher injured as a result of a student’s actions, arguing that her employer committed an intentional wrong by permitting a student with lengthy discipline problems to remain in school.
Represented a Dover New Jersey police officer and successfully abolished the Fireman’s Rule in New Jersey that prohibited police and first responders from pursuing negligence cases. Supreme Court of New Jersey Filed: March 13th, 2007 Precedential Status: Precedential Citations: 917 A.2d 239, 189 N.J. 525 Docket Number: Unknown Author: Virginia […]
2007Denville, NJ Christopher L. Musmanno, Esq., Chair of the Personal Injury Department and Certified Civil Trial Attorney with the law firm of Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC in Denville, NJ, announces a $300,000.00 settlement for a snowboarding accident. In February 2015, plaintiff, a minor, was attending a party at […]
Christopher Musmanno, Esq., attorney for Daniel Dragonetti of Roxbury, NJ, in the case of Dragonetti v Matusewicz, announces a Personal Injury case settlement of $600,000 for his client, who was the victim in a motorcycle accident in 2007. The settlement helped pay for Mr. Dragonetti’s medical bills, which were not […]