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Appellate Division Affirms: Expert Evidence Required to Prove Contaminants Caused Injury

In Anna Olson, et al. v. Sunoco, Inc., Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, Docket No.: A-4769-12T1 (App. Div. Jan. 26, 2015), the Appellate Division affirmed a grant of summary judgment in favor of Sunoco.  Plaintiffs purchased property in Westville, Gloucester County, New Jersey in 1999.  Their property is located near the Eagle Point Read More

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State & Local Officials Call for Reduced Speed Limits on Trains Carrying Hazardous Substances

A group of state and local elected officials recently called on federal regulators to place speed limits on trains carrying hazardous substances through several towns in northern New Jersey. Concerns about derailments and the possibility for disaster have spiked in the past several years due, in part, to several high profile train accidents including the Read More

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Local Family Served School Board with Notice of Intent to Sue

For Immediate Release DATED: March 10, 2014 A Middle Township family has placed the Middle Township School Board on notice of its intent to commence legal action due to mold exposure. Stacy Adelizzi alleges that her children have become very ill as a result of a reoccurring mold problem in the school district’s elementary schools. Read More

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Coal Ash Leak in North Carolina Power Plant Slowed, but Not Stopped

An underground pipe collapsed early this month at a retired power plant in North Carolina, causing between 50,000-82,000 tons of coal ash to flow into the Dan River. Workers are scurrying to seal the leak, and as of February 6, 2014 the flow has slowed, but workers have been unable to completely stop the spill. Read More

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January is Radon Awareness & Action Month

Radon is a colorless and odorless gas, which is naturally occurring. It comes from the radioactive breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water and enters both the outdoor and indoor air. Radon is found all over the United States, including in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Radon can be measured through testing. Radon Read More

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First Responders to Paulsboro Derailment Get Suits Remanded to NJ Court

On January 13, 2014, U.S. District Judge Robert Kugler granted a motion to remand the claims of approximately 30 plaintiffs to the Gloucester County Superior Court. In September 2013, the case Belbin v. Consolidated Rail Corp. had been removed to federal court based on diversity jurisdiction; one of the plaintiffs was from Pennsylvania. However, plaintiffs Read More

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DuPont Ceases Manufacturing of PFOA Ahead of New EPA Rule

The Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) is in the process of proposing a rule to end future manufacturing, importing, and/or usage of perfluorooctanoic acid (“PFOA”). Additionally, earlier this year (and ahead of schedule), Dupont ceased its production of PFOA at all of its facilities. Recently in New Jersey, the Toxic Injury Lawyers helped settle a case Read More

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N.J. Appellate Court Rules Building Owner Not At Fault for Employee Death Due to Legionnaire’s Disease

N.J. Appellate Court Rules Building Owner Not At Fault for Employee Death Due to Legionnaire’s Disease A New Jersey Appellate Court recently ruled in Vellucci v. Allstate Insurance Company that defendant Mack-Cali Realty Corp., an owner and manager of commercial properties, is not liable for the death of Albert D. Vellucci, who likely contracted Legionnaire’s Read More

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