A woman who claimed she sustained debilitating injuries when her car was struck by a fuel tanker in a gas station parking lot was paid a $3.6 million settlement in her Essex County suit, Arias v. DOQ Transport.
A bicyclist whose leg was mangled when she was struck by a delivery truck was paid a $2 million settlement.
Litigation stemming from a pair of auto accidents that allegedly left a man disabled was settled for $2.3 million in Hudson County.
A&P paid $1.2 million in January to a man who fell on a wet floor in the supermarket’s Valley Road store, the New Jersey Law Journal reported.
A Totowa man who has endured four surgeries after a rear-end crash near the Lincoln Tunnel in 2013 has settled his lawsuit against the other driver’s employer for $2.2 million.
A Morris County plaintiff alleged she sustain a single cervical herniated disc at C5-C6 after suffering a rear-end collision on Jackson Avenue in Wayne, New Jersey. The plaintiff was presented to the hospital where she was treated and released, and then received one month of physical therapy. The defendant alleged that this was a low-speed impact, that the disc herniation was not caused by the accident and that the plaintiff did not breach the tort threshold. The case was tried before the honorable David Ironson and lasted four days. After closing arguments, the jury deliberated for 17 minutes and returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $300,000. The case was tried by Jared Drill on behalf of the firm.
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