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Supreme Court Rules That Made-Whole Doctrine Does Not Apply To A Self-Insured Retention

By on July 24, 2020 in Claims with 0 Comments

In the lawsuit of City of Asbury Park v. Star Insurance Co., 2020 N.J. LEXIS 746 (June 29, 2020), the Supreme Court addressed a question of New Jersey law at the request of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.  The question that was asked was “whether, under equitable principles of New […]

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Snow Removal Contractor Found Not To Have Violated Contract For Failure To Add Owner Of Property To Its Liability Policy

By on May 15, 2020 in Court Rulings with 0 Comments

The plaintiff, Donna Michel was walking across the parking lot of the Wayne Towne Center when she was struck by a car operated by Sharon Langel.  At the time of the accident, piles of snow on medians at the end of the rows of the parking spaces in the parking lot allegedly impeded Langel’s visibility […]

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Plaintiff Permitted to “Board” Full Amount of Medical Expenses Not Covered by PIP

By on November 18, 2016 in Coverage with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Angel Viruet, Jr. was injured in an automobile accident and sued Defendant Fernando Maoine for his injuries. Plaintiff was insured by GEICO Insurance Company for his automobile insurance and had selected a limited PIP medical coverage benefits of $15,000. In Viruet v. Maoine, 2016 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 2426 (Law Div. Nov. 4, 2016), […]

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