Category: Cases on Appeal

10December

Lawsuits for children injured during youth sports

As part of our extensive New Jersey Personal Injury practice, we are occasionally asked by parents whether they can bring a lawsuit for injuries suffered by their child during a youth sporting event. Lately, there has been a lot more public education about the dangers of youth contact sports. The public is starting to better
  • personal injury, sports injuries
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04July

Police cannot search a cell phone without a warrant

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Related: Police cannot track cellphones without a warrant, Can police detain me if they have a search warrant?, What to do if you are pulled over.   In my criminal defense practice, I hear clients complain that police officers stopped them and demanded that they inspect and search through
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14March

Dan Levy wins appeal after NJ CURE refuses to honor insurance obligations

We are happy to report that Dan Levy just won an appeal against NJ CURE, an insurance carrier that refused to honor their legal obligations. The case, Khalid Sanders v. NJ CURE, A-3878-12T1 (Unpublished App. Div., March 13, 2014), involved a car crash. At the time, our client Mr. Sanders was a passenger in his
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10October

Law about Uninsured Motorist coverage argued on appeal

We are happy to report that Daniel A. Levy, Esq. appeared on October 9, 2013 before the Appellate Division for oral arguments on an important issue of Uninsured Motorist (“UM”) coverage. The case is captioned Sanders v. CURE, Appellate Division Docket No. A – 003878-12. Mr. Levy also filed the briefs with the appellate court.
  • appeal, car accident, insurance, um/uim
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10September

Alcotest for DUI Challenged at New Jersey Supreme Court

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. In New Jersey, if a driver is pulled over and suspected of drunk driving or driving while intoxicated/under the influence (“DUI”), the officer may ask the driver to submit to a breath test. In years past, officers used the famous Breathalyzer test, which became obsolete. After lengthy hearings and
  • drunk driving, dui, dwi
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20August

Can police force you to take a breath, urine, or blood test?

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. In New Jersey, if a driver is pulled over and suspected of drunk driving or driving while intoxicated/under the influence (“DUI”), the officer may ask the driver to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test. Clients have asked us whether they must take the test or if they
  • criminal law, drug crimes, drunk driving, dui, dwi, municipal court, police, reckless driving, ticket, traffic, warrant
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05August

Can the landlord or roommate let police in to search my apartment?

Related: Criminal Law, Can police detain me if they have a search warrant, Drug Crimes, Understanding the Fee for a NJ Criminal Defense Attorney.   Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. As a New Jersey criminal defense attorney, I am sometimes asked if the landlord or a roommate can let police in to an apartment
  • criminal law, drug crimes, gun crimes, warrant
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23July

Police cannot track cell phones without a warrant, Supreme Court rules

Related: Can police track my cellphone without a warrant?, Criminal Law, No Warrant Required for Facebook Postings, Understanding the Fee for a NJ Criminal Defense Attorney.   Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. As a New Jersey criminal defense attorney, I am sometimes asked, “can police track my cellphone without a warrant?” I discussed this
  • cellphone, criminal law, warrant
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18June

Published Appellate Opinion on Medical Malpractice Jury Charge

As previously reported, Raff and Raff represented the Estate of Keisha Flood in a complex medical malpractice and wrongful death case. The case went to trial towards the beginning of 2012. During trial, settlements were reached with most of the defendants and the case proceeded against the remaining doctor. The allegation was that the radiologist
  • medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death
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21March

Can police detain me if they have a search warrant?

What happens if police show up to your New Jersey home with a search warrant? Can they detain you? Are you free to leave? What if you don’t even live there? In our criminal defense practice, especially our Passaic County, Essex County, and Hudson County cases, we hear questions like these from our clients. Related:
  • criminal law, detention, warrant
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