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Michael B. Zerres of Blume Goldfaden Obtains $7.346 Million Dollar Verdict for New Jersey Construction Negligence and Medical Malpractice Case

By Attorney Michael B. Zerres on January 23, 2012

After a 3 month trial, a Middlesex County jury awarded the family of a 47-year-old construction worker $7.346 million for injuries he suffered resulting in his death following a construction accident and subsequent negligent medical care. Michael B. Zerres of Blume Goldfaden handled the case.

In the case, the worker, Jack Davila, was a laborer assisting in the erection of a mega shredder at the property of Hugo Neu Schnitzer East in Jersey City, NJ. Hugo Neu was acting as the site’s general contractor and was responsible for overall job site safety. A second contractor, FEMCO, was responsible for installing the mega shredder on concrete bases previously erected by Mr. Davila’s employer, Simpson and Brown. Read the rest »

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