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Attorney Steven Johnson Reports Historic $101 Million Construction Injury Settlement In Tropicana Garage Lawsuits

Atlantic City, NJ – April 12, 2007 D’Arcy Johnson trial attorney, Steven K. Johnson, reported that the Tropicana Casino and Resorts in Atlantic City and other defendants agreed to pay $101 Million to settle claims stemming from an October 2003 parking garage collapse that killed four construction workers and seriously injured many others. It has been reported that this settlement represents the largest for a construction accident in United States history. Attorney Johnson commented on the settlement: “While this is a significant result, and while I am extremely pleased to report the settlement to our client, unfortunately the extraordinary pain…

Governor Corzine Signs Irreconcilable Differences Divorce Into Law

Simpler quicker divorce available to New Jersey residents On January 20, 2007 Governor Jon Corzine signed into law a bill that establishes irreconcilable differences as a ground for divorce in New Jersey. Bard Shober, an attorney with D’Arcy Johnson Shober & Hassel who concentrates his practice in family and divorce law, stated that “this new law provides for a simpler divorce without the acrimony and emotional stress normally associated with divorces.” Previously, the only no-fault ground for divorce available to New Jersey residents required the parties to physically live separate and apart from each other for a period of eighteen…

D’Arcy Law Firm Leading Nationwide Investigation Into Use of Illegal Tissue and Bone in Transplants

GALLOWAY, NJ – November 21, 2005 The D’Arcy Law Firm, with its main office located in Galloway Township, New Jersey, announced today that it is investigating a number of claims related to alleged stolen and potentially contaminated tissue and bone used in surgeries performed throughout the United States .  On October 13, 2005, there was a nationwide recall of human transplantation for tissue products distributed by Biomedical Tissue Services, Ltd.  This company based out of Fort Lee, New Jersey, is presently under investigation for allegedly obtaining bones and other tissues illegally trafficked from New York-area funeral homes.  The recall directly stems…

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Local Transplants May Have Used Stolen Tissue

Atlantic City Press – November 21, 2005 At least one area hospital – Shore Memorial – may have obtained contaminated tissue and bones used for grafts that were illegally taken from New York funeral homes and shipped to a northern New Jersey lab. 

 At least one Atlantic County physician is advising patients who may have received such transplants that due to the potential for contaminated products, they should be tested for a number of diseases, including HIV, hepatitis B and C, human T-cell lymphotrophic virus and syphilis.

 It is not certain whether all county physicians are making the effort…

D’Arcy To Lead Atlantic County Lawyers

Patrick T. D’Arcy, who heads the D’Arcy Law Firm located in Galloway, NJ, was installed as the President of the Atlantic County Bar Association at a dinner held at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino on June 11, 2005. In this position, he is at the helm of an organization made up of over 500 Atlantic County lawyers. He will also continue to manage his litigation law firm, where he practices in the areas of serious personal injury, medical malpractice and nursing home abuse. Mr. D’Arcy, who has been practicing law in Atlantic County for over 17 years, is looking forward…

$500,000.00 Verdict Against Nurse and Oncological Practice For Chemotherapy Extravasation

Bridgeton, NJ – November 6, 2003 Yesterday, November 5, 2003, a Cumberland County Jury returned a verdict in favor of plaintiff Rose DeRosa for $500,000.00 in a chemotherapy extravasation medical malpractice case. Mrs. DeRosa, represented by Patrick T. D’Arcy and Andrew J. D’Arcy, of the D’Arcy Law Firm, in Galloway Township, New Jersey, alleged in the Complaint that Nurse Nellie D’Alessandro and Southern Oncology and Hemotalogy Associates, located in Vineland, New Jersey, were negligent in the administration of chemotherapy. As a result of this negligence, it was alleged that the currently 77 year old plaintiff experienced eleven weeks of pain…

D’Arcy Law Firm Awarded $1.37 Million

Atlantic City, NJ – November 26, 2002 Whether you know it or not, the present practice of sports medicine was put on trial in a jury trial of an ex-Philadelphia Flyer Dave Babych against the Team’s Doctor, which ended with a $1.37 Million Dollar Verdict for the player on October 31, 2002, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The limits of “winning at all costs” and the role of team doctors has received national attention as a result of this verdict. The lead trial lawyer on behalf of the ex-Flyer, Patrick T. D’Arcy, of the D’Arcy Law Firm in Galloway Township,…

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