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Rickards Defends Umpire Accused Of Punching Coach

05-16-2012

Video courtesy of: http://nbcnewyork.com.   As reported on NBC New York:  Authorities have accused an umpire in New Jersey of punching a Little League coach in the face and leaving him bloody. Piscataway Police charged 21-year-old Dave Delnegro III of Middlesex with simple assault at a youth sporting event. Coach…

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Rickards settles $100,000 personal injury lawsuit

05-16-2012

The Law Office of Jordan B. Rickards is please to announce that it has settled a personal injury lawsuit involving a motor vehicle accident for $100,000.  This sum represents the maximum available settlement limit under the applicable insurance policy.  The client had been wrongfully hit by another driver who had…

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RICKARDS WINS $224,000 JUDGMENT IN CONTRACT DISPUTE

04-21-2012

The Law Office of Jordan B. Rickards has secured a $224,000 judgment against a local developer in a contract dispute.  The client had loaned the defendant a sizable sum of money for the purposes of developing land in Alabama. After it became apparent that the defendant had no real intention to return…

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RICKARDS SECURES $181,000 ARBITRATION AWARD

04-20-2012

The Law Office of Jordan B. Rickards, Esq., LLC, has secured an arbitration award in the amount of $181,000 in a personal injury matter.  The case involved a client who had been driving her car when she was struck by another driver who was carelessly backing out of a driveway…

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Rickards Sues Old Bridge Democrats On Behalf Of Taxpayers

07-31-2011

–BY CHRIS ZAWISTOWSKI, Staff Writer, Old Bridge Sentinel: OLD BRIDGE — Eight prominent township Republicans have filed a lawsuit against the municipality, demanding that its controversial early retirement ordinance be repealed. The lawsuit was filed in state Superior Court by Old Bridge Republican Party Chairwoman Anita Greenberg, as well as the…

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Representing Clients Wrongly Accused Of Fraud

07-31-2011

–By Karin Price Mueller/The Star-Ledger : Brian Antonelli met his wife, Kathryn, at a friend’s party in 1999. The two crossed paths several times, and something stuck. They worked jobs together. They shared college together. In March 2008, they married. “Our wedding was wonderful,” said Brian, 30. “We had no idea at…

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Sexual Abuse Charges Dropped Against Client

07-29-2011

Grand jury decides there was lack of probable cause against Josselyn. –BY LAUREN CIRAULO Staff Writer, Old Bridge Sentinel: A former Old Bridge Board of Education member was cleared last week of charges that he attempted to lure a 10-year-old child. A grand jury at the Middlesex County Courthouse in…

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