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Divided Supreme Court Finds Employers May Pursue Subrogation for Workers’ Compensation Benefits Paid for Economic Loss Where Employee Did Not Seek or Receive PIP Benefits

By on June 19, 2020 in Awards with 0 Comments

On May 12, 2020, the Supreme Court of New Jersey addressed whether an employer can maintain a subrogation action to recoup workers’ compensation benefits paid for economic loss where (1) its employee is barred from maintaining an action against the tortfeasors due to his election of the limitation-on-lawsuit option in his personal automobile policy; (2) […]

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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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