Press and Awards
Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP publishes press releases to announce significant verdicts and settlements. We also include here any awards or noteworthy mentions of our practice in news or law publications. To subscribe to our email newsletter, please email Angela McKillop at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer Selected for 2015 Personal Injury Hall of Fame
Daryl L. Zaslow, of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow and McElroy, wins two of the six awards for 2015 New Jersey Law Journal Personal Injury Hall of Fame.
Attorney Daryl Zaslow of NJ Personal Injury Law Firm Settles Walmart Truck Accident Case
Daryl Zaslow. of NJ personal injury law firm Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP, reached a settlement for the McNair children who lost their father in a fatal Walmart tractor trailer accident last summer. Click here to read more.
New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer Reaches Out of Court Settlement against Walmart
New Jersey personal injury lawyer, Daryl Zaslow, of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP reached an out of court settlement for the McNair family against Walmart. James McNair was fatally injured last June when a Walmart truck crashed into the vehicle carrying McNair and fellow comedian, Tracy Morgan. Read the full story here.
Personal Injury Law Firm in New Jersey Helps McNair Family Settle Walmart Wrongful Death Case
Daryl Zaslow, of New Jersey personal injury law firm of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP, recently helped the McNair family reach a settlement in their claim against Walmart. James McNair was fatally injured in a car accident involving a Walmart tractor-trailer over the summer. For more information, click here.
New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer Represents McNair Family in Walmart Settlement
Attorney Daryl Zaslow, of New Jersey personal injury law firm of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP, represented the McNair family who recently settled a wrongful death claim with Walmart. Read the full story here.
Daryl Zaslow, Personal Injury Lawyer in New Jersey, Settles Walmart Wrongful Death Suit
Daryl Zaslow, personal injury lawyer in New Jersey of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP, settles a wrongful death claim against Walmart for the family of James McNair, who was fatally injured in the NJ Turnpike car accident last summer. Read more here.
New Jersey Personal Injury Law Firm Reaches Settlement in Walmart Wrongful Death Case
Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP in Personal Injury Hall of Fame
New Jersey personal injury law firm of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP has been selected to the 2015 Personal Injury Hall of Fame by the New Jersey Law Journal.
New Jersey Personal Injury Law Firm Reaches Settlement for McNair Family
Attorney Daryl Zaslow, of New Jersey personal injury law firm, Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP, reaches a settlement with Walmart for the McNair family whose father was fatally injured in a tractor trailer crash. Read the full story here.
Daryl L. Zaslow Settles Comedian’s Wrongful Death Case Against Walmart
New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer Settles Fatal Walmart Trucking Accident Case
New Jersey personal injury lawyer, Daryl Zaslow, of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP reaches a settlement for the family of James McNair who was fatally injured in a Walmart trucking accident on the NJ Turnpike involving Tracy Morgan. Read more here.
Edison Attorney Daryl Zaslow to Represent McNair Family in Walmart Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Attorney Daryl Zaslow is representing the McNair family due to the tragic death of their father in a fatal car accident involving a Walmart tractor-trailer. Read the Star Ledger article here. Mr. Zaslow appeared on a recent episode of ABC news program, 20/20, in coverage discussing the dangers of sleep- deprived truckers on our roadways. Watch the 20/20 episode here.
Calculating Damages in Negligence Lawsuits Against Departments of Human Services
Governments, be they city, county, state, tribal, or federal,administer a wide range of social welfare services and have a duty to properly discharge those obligations. Professionals hired by government agencies, regardless of the tasks they perform, are expected to exercise a reasonable degree of skill and care in their work. When a department of human services is legally negligent in delivering or overseeing those services, our tort system is designed, in some cases, to allow victims to make claims against it.
Three Years After Fatal Stabbing, Residents of 100 Montgomery Say Building is Still Not Safe Enough
It took the gruesome and well-publicized stabbing of Jacqueline Reyes, who was murdered in her 100 Montgomery apartment unit the morning of December 8th, 2009, before residents in the building finally saw the legally-required security changes they’d long been demanding come to their building.
NO CASE IS TOO BIG, TOO COMPLEX OR TOO EXPENSIVE, AND NO CLIENT WHO SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGES IS TOO SMALL TO FIGHT FOR
Two recent trials epitomize Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP’s commitment to its clients and its craft. In one, senior partner Barry Eichen secured a $51 million verdict on behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which successfully sued several pharmaceutical companies for complex fraudulent billing practices.
NJ Transit Worker Dies of Pulmonary Fibrosis, Widow Awarded 19M
Fuccilli v. New Jersey Transit, Central Railroad of New Jersey and Consolidated Rail Inc – —The wife of a New Jersey Transit employee who died in 2002 of a job-related lung disease was awarded $19.2 million by a Superior Court jury in New Brunswick.
Contaminated Chemotherapy Treatment for Leukemia, Jury Awards 18.5 Million in Medical Malpractice Suit
Anton Weck v. Eun Mi Jhun — A 25 year old Toms River man paralyzed from the waist down after receiving contaminated chemotherapy treatment for leukemia was awarded $18.5 million by a Superior court jury in New Brunswick, New Jersey
DRIVER PARALYZED IN SUV ROLLOVER AWARDED $8M
Zakrocki v. Ford Motor Co. – —The suit claimed that the 2000 accident was caused by a defective throttle design in the 1997 Ford Explorer made its accelerator stick in the closed position. When plaintiff, Rebekah Zakrocki, then 21, pressed hard on the gas while driving on the Garden State Parkway, the vehicle lurched forward. Panicked she turned the wheel to the left causing the vehicle to roll onto its roof. Download Now
Jackson v. Haddad
Jackson v. Haddad — A Bergen County judge approved a $900,000 settlement on Oct. 20 in a suit alleging that an obstetrician’s negligence caused a baby to be born with Erb’s palsy. Download Now
Flores v. Aucott
Flores v. Aucott — An Ocean County judge on June 17 approved a $1.9 million settlement in a medical malpractice suit on behalf of a child who suffered brain damage due to loss of oxygen during a home birth. Download Now
TOP 20 PERSONAL INJURY AWARDS OF THE YEAR
New Jersey Law Journal – Sep. 2005—Here are the largest personal injury verdicts reported by the Law Journal for the 12 months ending Aug 29, 2005, ranked in order of their value as of date of verdict or settlement…