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Governor Murphy signed S1559 new law on January 18, 2022, wherein injured parties in new jersey can file bad faith claims against their own insurance carries for bad faith:

He also signed into law S1558 on July 22, 2021, a law which requires to give injured parties notice of their policy limits withn 30 days:

Charles Crocco, Esq, of Nelson, Fromer, Crocco & Jordan represented the plaintiff in the first fully virtual trial in the state of New Jersey during the week of February 8, 2021, in the matter of Maria Delva-Dantel v. Jayquan Henderson in Monmouth County, New Jersey. This was the first matter in New Jersey to be tried to conclusion with jurors at home participating virtually during both jury selection and the trial.

The plaintiff claimed she suffered a lumbar disc herniation in a motor vehicle crash which was treated with chiropractic care. The defendants denied that they caused any permanent injury and made no offer to resolve the case. The matter was tried to conclusion and the jury found in favor of the plaintiff and awarded $255,000.00 for her injuries.

As of this date, while there have been additional virtual jury trials in New Jersey; there are no reported verdicts in favor of the plaintiff other than the within trial handled by Nelson, Fromer, Crocco & Jordan.

Nelson, Fromer, Crocco & Jordan have routinely been handling virtual matters throughout the pandemic, including, but not limited to, depositions, court appearances, client meetings, and, as indicated above, the very first virtual trial to conclusion in New Jersey. They have been on the cutting edge of technology during these unprecedented times and are prepared to handle your personal injury claim no matter how complicated.

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