New Jersey Law of Personal Injury with the Model Jury Charges
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New Jersey Law of Personal Injury collects and analyzes the leading personal injury cases and follows with the full text of the relevant Supreme Court sanctioned model jury charges. This novel organization allows the trial or appellate lawyer to evaluate, prosecute, defend and try any tort case by focusing on the language the judge will use to instruct the jury. New Jersey Law of Personal Injury will give readers current information in the easiest possible format. Cross referenced, completely updated, and heavily indexed, New Jersey Law of Personal Injury has become the authority in this area of practice.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Negligence and Duty—General Concept
Chapter 2 Proximate Cause
Chapter 3 Comparative Negligence
Chapter 4 Damages in Personal Injury Cases
Chapter 5 Statute of Limitations and Repose
Chapter 6 Negligence on the Roadways
Chapter 7 Premises Liability
Chapter 8 Construction and Multiple Employer Work Site Accidents
Chapter 9 Medical Negligence and Battery
Chapter 10 Lawyer Negligence and Other Non-Medical, Professional Negligence Leading to Personal Injury
Chapter 11 Abnormally Dangerous Activities and Nuisance
Chapter 12 Respondeat Superior, Negligent Hiring, Negligent Entrustment, and Vicarious Liability for Independent Contractors
Chapter 13 Alcohol Service by Taverns and Restaurants and Social Hosts
Chapter 14 Common Carriers: The High Degree of Care Owed to Patrons of Railroads, Buses and Airplanes
Chapter 15 Intentional Torts Causing Personal Injury
Chapter 16 Death Cases
Chapter 17 Punitive Damages
Chapter 18 Claims Against Public Entities: The Tort Claims Act
Chapter 19 Duty of School Personnel to a Student
Chapter 20 Other Special Negligence Claims, Immunities, and Restrictions
Chapter 21 Common Issues in Personal Injury Litigation and Trials
Chapter 22 The New Jury Selection Rules and Personal Injury
Appendix A: Directive #21-06, Approved Jury Selection Standards, Including Model Voir Dire Questions
Appendix B: Directive #4-07, Jury Selection – Model Voir Dire Questions Promulgated by Directive #21-06 – Revised Procedures and Questions
Chapter 23 Product Liability
Table of Cases