Category: Precendential Cases

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Important Case Involving FDA Pre-Market Medical Device Review Evidence Reaches the NJ Supreme Court

When a consumer suffers injury from a product that malfunctions or is defective in New Jersey, they have the option to sue the product manufacturer and any other person or business that contributed to the defective product reaching and injuring the plaintiff. A product may be defective in its design, manufacturing, or warning. To prove […]

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New Jersey Supreme Court Makes Important Decision on the Common Knowledge Exception in Medical Malpractice Claims

Common Knowledge Exception in New Jersey Medical Malpractice Lawsuits To ensure that New Jersey residents file only meritorious medical malpractice lawsuits, the New Jersey legislature enacted New Jersey Revised Statutes, section 2A:53A-27 , which requires a plaintiff to obtain a sworn statement from a qualified medical professional within 60 days of the defendant’s response to […]

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Is there a Med Mal Damages Cap in Federally Funded Hospitals in New Jersey?

Receiving medical care is by no means the same in every environment. Clearly, when you go to your local doctor’s office, visit a nearby urgent care center, check into the hospital, or rush to the emergency room, each experience is fundamentally different from the next. But did you know that where you are treated and […]

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Fronzuto Law Group Brings Medical Malpractice Case before New Jersey Supreme Court

Attorney Ernest P. Fronzuto, the founder of Fronzuto Law Group, appeared before the New Jersey Supreme Court this week in a significant medical malpractice case that may spell long-term implications for similar medical negligence lawsuits in New Jersey. The case calls into question the right of hospitals to confidentiality when conducting internal reviews of adverse […]

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