These are cases where the Law Firm of Gold, Albanese, Barletti, & Locascio LLC represented the defense.
Meyes v. Inserra Supermarkets, Inc.
Plaintiff allegedly suffered two (2) lumbar herniated discs and underwent a 360-degree retroperitoneal interbody lumbar fusion with pedicle screw fixation. The injury was allegedly caused by a collapsing display. Plaintiff’s demand was $350,000. After a week and a half of trial the jury returned a verdict for no cause of
Mitnick v. Collilo, Inc.
Plaintiff alleged to have fallen, suffered a torn medial meniscus in her right leg, and fractured right hip requiring hip replacement. Plaintiff alleged that the parking lot in which she fell was negligently designed, installed and maintained. Plaintiff’s demand was $450,000. After one week of trial the jury returned a
Palmisano v. Inserra
Plaintiff claimed to have suffered two (2) herniated lumbar discs and a torn right medial meniscus as a result of the failure of defendant to properly design the aisles in its retail establishment. Further, plaintiff claimed that the dangerous and hazardous condition upon which she was caused to fall was
Motel v. Wakefern Food Corporation
Plaintiff claimed to have suffered comminuted fractures of the first, second and third metatarsals of his right foot when a forklift that he was using malfunctioned during the unloading of a truck containing perishable goods. It was alleged that the forklift was either manufactured with a defect or was not
Adams v. Inserra Supermarkets, Inc.
Plaintiff claimed to have suffered congestive heart failure and a cardio-myopathy, which resulted in surgery and the insertion of a pacemaker from the failure to properly fill a hypertension medication prescription. It was alleged and established that the Shop-Rite Pharmacy failed to fill the Norvasc prescription and instead filled the
Cannon v. Inserra, Inc.
Plaintiff claimed to have suffered bilateral internal derangement of his knees with bilateral tibial plateau fractures and left knee distal femoral fracture of the left knee. These injuries resulted in bilateral knee replacements. Likewise, plaintiff suffered L-3,4 and L-3,5 disc herniations that resulted in a 360-degree retroperitoneal interbody fusion with
Head v. 562 Bayonne Corp.
A female alleged that during her employment at 562 Bayonne Corp. she was a victim of employment discrimination. Plaintiff alleged she was the victim of a series of assaults and abuse that dated back to December of 1992. This allegedly took place while she was an employee at the 562
Modrzakowski v. Bell Food Markets t/a Foodtown
A male in his early 40s sustained a trimalleolar fracture of his right ankle as a result of a defective cellar door in the sidewalk in front of the supermarket. Plaintiff’s medical bills were in excess of $40,000 for the surgical repair of the trimalleolar fracture with attendant physical therapy.
Carabello v. Wakefern Food Corporation
A female in her early 30s sustained loss of her left eye and a cerebral, neurological injury as a result of a bottle of Poland Springs water exploding and projecting a piece of glass through her eye. Plaintiff contended that there was a manufacturing defect in the bottle and/or the
Kersta v. Inserra t/a Shop-Rite
A male in his late 70s allegedly suffered bacterial endocarditis, with attendant mitral valve prolapse as a result of a 25-pound box of motor oil striking him in the face and causing dental injury. The box of motor oil was inadvertently knocked over by an employee of the store. Plaintiff
Caggiano v. Glass Gardens, Inc. t/a Shop-Rite
A female in her early 50s allegedly suffered fractured humerus and one lumbar herniated disc when she slipped and fell on snow and ice as she entered the defendant’s food store. Plaintiff contended that defendant failed to properly remove the snow and ice from the entranceway to the store. Defendant
Guardobasio v. RoNetco, Inc. t/a Shop-Rite
A female in her late 40s allegedly suffered two lumbar herniation when she slipped and fell in a clear liquid on the floor of the main aisle of the defendant’s food store. Plaintiff contended that the defendant was negligent for failing to routinely inspect and clean the floors. Defendant denied
Ruland v. Boston Celtics
Plaintiff, a professional basketball player in the NBA playing for the Philadelphia 76’ers, alleged that he suffered a career-ending injury outside of the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, when two ball boys from the Boston Celtics allegedly struck him in the right rear ankle with a luggage cart. Plaintiff participated
Suds on Wheels v. Roseland Properties.
Gold, Albanese & Barletti L.L.C. represented Roseland Properties. This case involved claims for tortious interference with business relationships by way of slander and defamation. The plaintiff is a valet dry cleaner. It alleged that defendant’s staff interfered with his contractual relations with the residents of an apartment building by making
Ashby et al v. East Orange Police Department et als. Detective Reginald Butts, et al.
Gold, Albanese & Barletti L.L.C. represented Detective Reginald Butts. In the matter, David F. Ashby was the owner of a business known as “Bravo’s Café,” which he claims was a sports bar and restaurant. Plaintiff alleged that on December 1, 1998 at approximately 7:30 p.m., while they were in the