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Store Found Not Negligent for Plaintiff Who Was Injured Tripping Over Mannequin Platform

By on October 27, 2017 in Negligence with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Patricia Rieger was shopping at the defendant Loft store in Marlton, NJ when she suffered an injury. She was trying on a scarf and, while viewing herself in the mirror of the common dressing area of the store, she backed up, tripped and fell over a platform behind her. Her trip caused the mannequin […]

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Expert Testimony Needed to Establish Negligence Claim Based Upon Violation of State And Local Codes

By on October 6, 2017 in Negligence with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Cornelia Wright was a tenant, living on the fourth floor of a Jersey City apartment building owned by defendant Premier Business Management, when she fell and was injured, while walking down a dark stairwell in the building.  The building’s power was out due to an electrical power outage in Jersey City from Super Storm […]

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