D’Amato Law Firm Recent Filings
The D’Amato Law Firm is proud to be known by our community as one of the most skillful Personal Injury Law Firms in South Jersey. The D’Amato Law Firm is always willing and able to help those who come to us in their times of need. Even when presented with difficult circumstances the D’Amato Law Firm is willing and able to fight for the justice each of our clients deserves. Below are a few of our most recent filings.
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A.B. as Guardian Ad Litem for her minor child C.D. v. Vineland Board of Education, et als.
This case which was filed in Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey involves a minor teenager who was 13 when her 8th grade Language Arts teacher began an inappropriate relationship with her. The relationship was cultivated using school issued e-mail accounts, school issued technology, and many of the communications took place while on the school network. The Defendants, the Vineland Board of Education and their school administrators had the technology in place to monitor and be alerted to the inappropriate communications, but failed to use the technology in the proper fashion. The Complaint alleges violations of Federal and State Civil Rights.
Jarrett v. Amazon.Com, Inc., et al.
This case was also filed in Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey as a result of a portable cell phone charger battery pack which caught fire in a Rowan University Student’s pocket while he was playing pool with friends in the school lounge, causing the student severe burns to his thighs. The battery pack was sold by a company named EasyACC which manufacturers its products in China and sells them via the Amazon Market Place. This is a products liability action claiming a defect in the manufacturing of the subject battery pack.
Cahill v. Sunsetter Products, Inc., et al.
This lawsuit was filed as a result of the tragic events which lead to the death of the Ventnor City Fire Department’s beloved retired Chief. Chief Cahill was setting up the retractable awning manufactured by Sunsetter Products, Inc. for his wife when the awning unexpectedly and inexplicably shot out with extreme force. Chief Cahill was knocked off of his latter and fell two stories. This is also a products liability action claiming a defect in manufacturing and/or a failure to properly warn.