Suing Your Employer in NJ? Maybe not…

We previously reported on Kenneth Van Dunk , Sr. and Deborah Van Dunk vs. Reckson Associates, et al. in which the Appellate Division allowed an employee suit to go forward against an employer on the grounds of an intentional wrong.  The NJ Supreme Court has now reversed the Appellate Division.  The Supreme Court held that plaintiff failed to establish sufficient evidence of the employer’s commission of an intentional wrong and thus, as a matter of law, the workers’ compensation law barred the lawsuit.

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