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UPS Prevails By Means of Occupational Statute of Limitations Defense on Claim for Bilateral Knee Replacement Surgery

By on August 10, 2017 in Key Defenses with 0 Comments
UPS Prevails By Means of Occupational Statute of Limitations Defense on Claim for Bilateral Knee Replacement Surgery

The best defense against an occupational disease claim is often the statute of limitations.  That is how the employer won in Mara v. United Parcel Service, A-3691-15T4 (App. Div. August 4, 2017). The case involved a package car driver named Craig Mara who began working for UPS in 1983.  He filed a claim petition in […]

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Second Hand Smoke Cancer Claim Is Barred For Late Filing

In Pulejo v. Middlesex County Consumer Affairs, A-3133-14T4 (App. Div. July 14, 2016), the petitioner, an investigator for the County, alleged that he worked along side a chain smoker four to five hours per day, five days per week, from 1976 to 1997. Mr. Pulejo was diagnosed in 2000 with lung cancer and underwent a bilobectomy.  Mr. […]

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