Important Decisions

Hellwig v. J.F. Rast& Co., Inc., 110 N.J. 37 (1988)

We granted certification, 107 N.J. 636 (1987), primarily to resolve a conflict between two Appellate Division decisions that construe the provisions of N.J.S.A. 34:15-7.2, a section of the 1979 amendments to the Workers’Compensation law that imposes specific requirements for proof of claims based on injury or death from cardiovascular or cerebral vascular causes. More>>

Bronico v. J.T.Baker Chemical Co., 209 N.J.Super. 220 (App.Div. 1986)

In this appeal we are called upon to determine whether a petitioner seeking compensation for an occupational hearing loss must make a prima facie showing of exposure to hazardous noises in terms of the decibel levels set forth in the supplementary hearing loss legislation of 1979. More>>

Young & Perez successfully argues for $235,000.00

Robert J. Young of Young & Perez successfully persuaded the trial judge to allow for a significant 2nd Injury Fund contribution after a complete trial for Mr. Walsh who retired prior to becoming totally disabled. More>>

Geres v. St. Peter’s Medical Center, 93 N.J.A.R.2nd (WCC) 70 (1992)

Petitioner testified that on the morning of January 9, 1990, she was employed by the respondent. She had arrived at work on January 8, 1990, for the purpose of working her shift from 11:00p.m. on January 8, 1990, until 7:00a.m. More>>

Dominowski v. Borough of Fanwood, 237 N.J.Super. 452 (App. Div. 1989)

This is a workers’compensation case. Petitioner Donald Domanoski, a police officer employed by respondent Borough of Fanwood, sustained an injury while arresting a shoplifter in a supermarket owned and operated by respondent Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. More>>