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The Storm in Progress Exception to a Commercial Landowner’s Responsibility to Keep Its Premises in a Safe Condition

By on September 13, 2018 in Other with 0 Comments

By:  Betsy G. Ramos, Esq and Kristen Mowery A landowner holds the general duty to keep its premises reasonably clear of hazards “for the benefit of business invitees . . . includ[ing] keeping the premises reasonably safe from natural accumulations of ice and snow.” Laine v. Speedway, LLC, 177 A.3d 1227, 1229 (Del. 2018). However, […]

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Medical Examiner’s Report Deemed Inadmissible in Wrongful Death Case

By on June 29, 2018 in Other with 0 Comments

Plaintiff William Quail, as administrator for the Estate of Mary Quail, filed a wrongful death suit and survival action based upon his wife’s death that he claims was caused by an incident in a supermarket. The issue in Quail v. Shop-Rite Supermarkets, Inc., 2018 N.J. Super. LEXIS 86 (App. Div. June 4, 2018) was whether […]

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New Jersey Appellate Court Refuses to Recognize Tort Claim for Negligent Misidentification of Suspect

By on April 13, 2018 in Other with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Dwight Morris was at his bank to make a withdrawal when the male in front of him handed the teller a robbery note. The teller handed the robber a stack of bills and the robber then left the bank. The teller called 9-1-1 and, when the police came, the plaintiff claims that they questioned […]

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