Kronberg Law Firm
Kronberg Law Firm
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A California man who alleged to have suffered a brain injury in a car crash agreed to accept $1.85 million to settle his Middlesex County dram-shop suit. Cozze v Doherty Enterprises, Inc. Marcos Cozze claimed he was served nine drinks at Applebee’s in Hackettstown . The restaurant said he was served only four. After leaving Applebee’s, Cozze drove to a…Read More

Habashi v. GB A worker whose arms were crushed by a conveyor belt settled his Middlesex County suit on Sept. 12 for $1 million. Ghattas Habashi was fixing the conveyor belt at Interbake Foods in Elizabeth when he switched it on to test it, a part swung down, hit his head and caused him to fall into the machine’s rollers.…Read More

Dear Judge Garruto: The undersigned was appointed Guardian Ad Litem (“GAL”) in a tragic teenage vehicle collision rendering the youngster, then aged 13, virtually brain dead. Plaintiff existed in this state for over two years. Of the two defendants, obviously the driver of the motor vehicle’s liability is easily understood in terms of traditional negligence concepts. Unfortunately, the police report…Read More

Newark, N.J., A medical malpractice case against a Newark obstetrician has been settled with a structured settlement paying $11 million dollars over the life of a four year old Newark boy who was born at University Hospital Newark. According to Martin F. Kronberg, attorney for the child, the infant was exhibiting signs of fetal distress during labor and delivery which…Read More

Boy To Get Millions For MD Error A 7-year-old Old Bridge boy will receive $4.7 million as part of a settlement of a medical malpractice case in Brooklyn. The settlement was reached before U.S. District Court Judge Mark Costantino. Martin F. Kronberg, an attorney who represented the family, said they will receive a cash down payment of $435,000 with the remainder…Read More

Hernandez v. New Jersey Department of Transportation: A motorist injured in a head-on collision with another car agreed to a $1.5 million settlement of his Suit against the state Department of Transportation for a lack of signage. Rafael Hemandez of Belleville was driving east on Route 7 in Kearny to Jersey City when his car was struck by another driven…Read More

A subcontractor agreed to pay $800,000 to a Chatham carpenter who alleged that a lack of safety gear caused a crippling fall. According to the suit, the accident occurred while Vincent Schwartz was part of a work-force building a bank in Madison. He and several other carpenters were ordered to sheath a wet pitched roof, even though no safety harnesses…Read More

Kin Sues Breathing Apparatus Firm In The Death Of Rutherford NJ Fireman The family of a volunteer Rutherford New Jersey firefighter killed in the line of duty last year has filed a lawsuit against the company that manufactures a breathing apparatus he was wearing at the time of the incident. The lawsuit was filed in Superior Court in Hackensack, a…Read More

$440,000 Verdict – Employment Contract – Breach Of Written Guarantee U.S. Dist., Newark This was an action in which the plaintiff, an engineer in his late 50’s at the time, contended that the individual defendant principal of the parent corporation of his employer and the parent corporation itself breached a written contract in which the defendants guaranteed that the underlying…Read More

Court Hikes Disability Aid For Toma David Toma, the former Newark detective whose colorful career inspired the television shows “Toma” and “Barretta” was awarded an increased disability pension by a state appeals court on the basis of work-related injuries. As a detective investigating vice, gambling and narcotics, Toma became a master of disguises and gimmicks in order to infiltrate a…Read More

RANDY WASHINGTON VS. TRIPLE R TRUCKING. The estate of a woman fatally injured on Route 21 in Belleville agreed to a $1,040,000 settlement of a suit against a trucking company and a motorist. According to Martin F. Kronberg, attorney for the estate, Michelle McCullough was driving north on Route 21 in Belleville when she came upon a traffic slowdown caused…Read More

A jury awarded Michael Kovar the sum of $390,000 in Superior Court, Toms River for injuries he suffered when he fell down a flight of stairs in a rented condominium. Kovar, who placed second in the Mr. America competition was coming down stairs when he started to lose his balance. He instinctively grasped the handrail which was loose causing him…Read More

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