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Plaintiff Able to Obtain Full Recovery of Verdict Against Defendant Tortfeasor Found to be 60% Negligent in Auto Case

By on July 2, 2021 in Claims with 0 Comments

The issue in the published Appellate Division decision in Carbajal v. Patel, 2021 N.J. LEXIS 73 (App. Div. June 2, 2021), was whether a plaintiff can obtain a full recovery of a jury verdict against a defendant found to be 60% negligent, when that defendant is unable to obtain contribution from the co-defendant found to […]

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Insured’s Failure To Timely Notify His Auto Insurer Of An Automobile Accident Bars UM Claim Against Insurance Carrier

By on October 18, 2019 in Claims with 0 Comments

On January 4, 2014, plaintiff James Ryan DiMaria (“DiMaria”), a Patterson fire inspector, had an automobile accident with Michelle Rodriguez.  Plaintiff claimed that the accident caused him permanent neck and head injuries.  There was a dispute concerning whether Rodriguez was at fault for this accident.  The issue in DiMaria v. Travelers Insurance Group, 2019 N.J. […]

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