Author: CJ Griffin

New Jersey Supreme Court Clarifies Liability of Rescue Squads

The New Jersey Supreme Court continues to shed light on the liability of New Jersey municipalities when it comes to their rescue squards. In a recent decision, the state’s highest court held that rescue squads that provide intermediate and basic life support services are not immune from suit, even though

Public Entities Immune from Vicarious Liability in 9-1-1 Operations

Earlier this week, we told you about Wilson v. City of Jersey City, in which the Appellate Division (on remand from the Supreme Court) held that the conduct of Jersey City’s 9-1-1 operators was not “wanton and willful” and thus they were entitled to immunity pursuant Title 52, N.J.S.A. 52:17C-10.