Garage Injury Deserves Workers' Comp, NJ High Court Told

Law360, New York (July 09, 2013, 11:13 PM ET) -- Attorneys for a Morris County, N.J., employee urged the state’s Supreme Court last week to uphold workers' compensation awarded to their client, who was injured while walking to work from the parking garage, arguing the garage is part of the county’s work premises.

In a brief filed July 3, Lewis Stein of Nusbaum Stein Goldstein Bronstein & Kron PA argued that Morris County owes his client Cheryl Hersh workers' compensation for the injuries she sustained after being struck by a car in a privately owned parking...
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