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Wear and Tear Homeowner’s Policy Exclusion Upheld by Court to Bar Property Damage Claim to Pool

By on November 10, 2017 in Court Rulings with 0 Comments

Plaintiffs Richard and Vicki Klein filed a claim with Defendant Franklin Mutual Insurance Co. (“FMI”) due to damage to their in-ground pool. Plaintiffs claimed that the damage was caused by a rotted tree branch from a neighbor’s property which fell into their pool. The defendant disputed the cause of the damage, contending that it was […]

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Provision in Employment Contract Limiting Employee’s Ability to Sue Third Party Found Unenforceable by NJ Court

By on August 25, 2016 in Coverage with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Philip Vitale was injured while working as a security guard for Allied Barton Security Services, LLC (“Allied Barton”), which contracted with defendant Schering-Plough Corporation to provide security services to its facilities. Plaintiff had signed a disclaimer, waiving his right to sue any of Allied Barton’s customers to which he may be assigned. In the […]

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