Recent New Jersey Worker's Compensation Case Results
Plaintiff was driving on Somerset Street when another vehicle ran the stop sign on Oak Street causing a collision. Plaintiff sustained disc injuries to her neck requiring multiple pain management procedures and cervical spine surgery.
Plaintiff was a passenger sleeping in boyfriends vehicle when an intoxicated defendant ran a stop sign striking plaintiff’s vehicle in the passenger side door. The vehicle rolled over and plaintiff sustained multiple fractures. Treatment included multiple surgeries including facial reconstruction.
Mediation award Plaintiff was injured in an intersection motor vehicle collision resulting in neck and low back fusion surgeries. Read more…
31-year-old man who was cut off by another car causing his car to flip over. He sustained head injuries, facial injuries, and half of his pinky finger was amputated.
Plaintiff was a passenger in her husband’s vehicle at a stop light when it was struck from behind by defendants vehicle. Plaintiff injured her neck and back resulting in pain management and neck surgery.
Plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle that was rear-ended by an intoxicated driver. She sustained injuries to her neck, back and knees leading to pain management procedures, as well as spine and knee surgeries.
44-year-old motorist struck when the defendant failed to stop at a red light resulting in significant back injury including surgeries. Read more…
24-year-old motorist driving the left lane when a cement truck in the right lane next to her attempted to make left turn resulting in a collision. She sustained injuries to her lower back that required surgery.
Recovery for Newark N.J. truck driver who was instantly killed in a collision with another truck in rural Northeastern, Pennsylvania. This recovery represented the available policy limits after the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was reimbursed for the post-accident environmental cleanup.
34-year-old pedestrian crossing the street was hit by a construction truck, resulting in injuries to his lower back and right knee.