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New Jersey: Casino’s Own Surveillance Video Defeats Employer’s “Going & Coming” Argument
Posted on 24 Jan 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

In an unpublished decision, a New Jersey appellate court recently held that a casino’s security surveillance video supported the employee’s claim that at the time of a vehicular accident, in which she was injured, a small portion of her SUV... Read More

New Jersey: Caterer Not Liable in Tort for Employee’s Injuries Caused by “Flaming Pig”
Posted on 27 Sep 2013 by Larson's Spotlight

In an unpublished decision, a New Jersey appellate court recently affirmed summary judgment in favor of a catering employer that had been sued by a waitress who sustained severe burns when an inexperienced co-employee doused a flaming pig with grain alcohol... Read More

NJ: Small Dog Has Big Bite, Yet Subrogation Claim Fails Since Recovery Could Have Been Had Under State’s No-Fault Auto Law
Posted on 15 Nov 2013 by Larson's Spotlight

In an unpublished decision, a New Jersey court recently held that a workers’ compensation insurer was not entitled to pursue a subrogation claim for $900 in medical bills associated with injuries a police officer sustained when he was bitten on... Read More