Summary Judgment was affirmed by the Appellate Division in a professional malpractice case against an insurance producer in a New Jersey Superior Court case. Amelia M. Lolli, Esquire was successful in obtaining summary judgment in favor of a Camden County insurance agency in a 2014 case. The summary judgment decision was appealed by the Plaintiff and oral argument was conducted by Ms. Lolli in front of the Appellate Division in January 2019. The Appellate Division affirmed the dismissal of the case by the trial court and found the insurance producer did not breach a fiduciary duty to its client.
Representing the Military Client
Burlington County New Jersey is home to Joint Base MDL (JBMDL), which employs approximately 42,000 soldiers between the three bases (McGuire, Ft. Dix and Lakehurst). Approximately 60,000 military retirees live within a 50 mile radius of JBMDL. With such a dense population of active military and retirees, there is a good opportunity an attorney in the Central/Southern New Jersey region will represent current/former military personnel during the course of their legal career. As an attorney, and also as the military member, individuals should be aware of several special considerations when it comes to providing or seeking legal counsel. Continue reading
Congratulations to Margaret E. Wenke, Michael S. Mikulski, Amelia M. Lolli and Angela B. Kosar
Margaret E. Wenke, Michael S. Mikulski, and Amelia M. Lolli were named as 2016 Top Lawyers by the SJ Magazine.
Margaret Wenke was nominated in the Automobile category. Michael Mikulski was nominated in the Litigation category. Amelia Lolli was nominated in the Insurance category.
For more information about the nominations, please visit: http://sjmagazine.net/cover-feature/top-attorneys-2016
Michael Mikulski and Amelia Lolli amicably resolved a Race Discrimination matter against a Public School District
Michael Mikulski and Amelia Lolli recently amicably resolved a Race Discrimination matter against a Public School District after successfully getting the Court to Dismiss more than half the Counts via Summary Judgment.
NJ Superior Court Judge Dismisses Texting Lawsuit
On May 25, 2012, a New Jersey Superior Court Judge granted summary judgment in the case of Kubert v. Best, in favor of a defendant, Shannon Colonna, who was accused of sending a text message to a friend while he was driving. On September 19, 2009, Kyle Best, age 19, received a text message from a female friend while operating his motor vehicle in Randolph, Morris County, New Jersey. Mr. Best lost control of his vehicle, crossed the yellow line and struck David and Linda Kubert on their motorcycle. Both individuals suffered very serious personal injuries. Continue reading