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Edward F. Kuhn, III, Esq.

Mr. Kuhn focuses his practice in general defense litigation through the federal and state courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with a concentration on tort defense, premises liability, products liability, Tort Claims Act defense, construction, estates, employment and professional malpractice. His clients include large and small business owners, municipalities and governmental entities, manufacturers, and their insurers. Prior to joining Capehart Scatchard, Edward served as a Law Clerk for Phelan, Hallinan, and Schmieg.

Meeting the Verbal Threshold Requirement for an Automobile Accident Injury through Scarring or a Permanent Injury

By on November 8, 2019 in Negligence with 0 Comments

The Verbal Threshold is a threshold requirement set by the New Jersey Legislature for an individual to be compensated for bodily injuries suffered in an auto accident. The Verbal Threshold, or the Limitation on Lawsuit option, was created in an effort to reduce the cost of car insurance by limiting a person’s ability to sue […]


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Appellate Division Rules that the Workers’ Compensation Act Bars Lawsuit against Firefighter for Firecracker Prank, as it was not an Intentional Wrong

By on April 12, 2019 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Raymond Johns, a firefighter for the City of Linden, suffered injuries when he sat on a firecracker that was placed on a toilet seat as a prank by a fellow firefighter, Thomas Wengerter. In Johns v. Wengerter, 2019 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 730 (App. Div. April 1, 2019), the issue was whether Wengerter’s act […]


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