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Blog Posts in 2002

  • Court Weakens the Workers' Compensation Bar

    Expands workers' right to sue when injured on unguarded industrial machines By Ronald Grayzel There were 14 decisions in tort law this term, the highest profile case being Laidlow, where the Court weakened the workers' compensation bar and expanded the rights of workers to sue their employers when they are aware that injuries are substantially certain to occur on unguarded industrial machines. A ...
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  • New Jersey Supreme Court Decision Favors Firefighters

    The New Jersey Supreme Court in a unanimous decision decided two cases in favor of firefighters who made compensation claims alleging pulmonary disabilities as a result of their years of service. The Defendant's agreed that the firefighters should be precluded from collecting compensation because they both were smokers. The Supreme Court disagreed and approved the payment of compensation benefits ...
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  • Recent Developments in Class Actions

    Our United States Senate and House of Representatives have addressed a concern about state class actions. What these two bodies have suddenly discovered is that the only people benefiting from state class actions are the lawyers. Unfortunately, the politicians in Washington D.C. have failed to consider that the only way lawyers can handle certain types of cases is by filing for a class action. For ...
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