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Church Found Immune Under Charitable Immunity Act For Injury Due to Plaintiff’s Fall on Snow When Attending Drunk Driving Program at Church

By on November 22, 2019 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Edward Castellano was ordered to participate in a 48 hour Intoxicated Driver’s Resource Center (IDRC) Program due to his second drunk driving conviction.  The program was located on property owned and operated by defendant St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Keyport, New Jersey.  As plaintiff walked about the premises before the program started, he slipped […]

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University Entitled to Charitable Immunity for Injury at Concert

By on July 12, 2019 in Litigation with 0 Comments

Plaintiff, Frances Green (“Green”), sued Monmouth University for injuries she allegedly suffered while attending a Martina McBride concert that was held at the University but was open to the public.  In the published Supreme Court decision of Green v. Monmouth University, 237 N.J. 516 (2019), the issue was whether the defendant University was immune from […]

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Catholic Cemetery Found Immune from Liability for Personal Injury Claim based Upon Charitable Immunity Act

By on February 16, 2018 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff, Gary Jack, and his wife Maureen had attended a funeral at the Calvary Cemetery. Maureen was pushing the plaintiff in a rolling walker, when the front wheels of his walker lodged in a crack in the asphalt, causing him to fall from the walker and break his wrist. In Jack v. Calvary Cemetery, 2017 […]

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