The Appellate Division recent held that the storage of home heating oil in an underground storage tank is not an abnormally dangerous activity.  In Ross v. Lowitz, the plaintiffs, John and Pamela Ross, owned property that was contaminated by heating oil that migrated on to their property from an adjacent property that was owned

Property owners or operators faced with an environmental cleanup often incur significant expenses to cleanup their property.  Before starting the actual cleanup, property owners/operators should take the time to explore all possible avenues to obtain reimbursement for cleanup costs.  The first step should be to look at existing insurance coverage, particularly old comprehensive general liability

The New Jersey Supreme Court recently held that insurers can sue co-insurers to recoup defense costs.  In Potomac Ins. Co. of Ill. ex rel. OneBeacon Ins. Co. v. Pa. Mfrs. Ass’n. Ins. Co. (A-2-12) (September 16, 2013), the Township of Evesham (“Evesham”) sued its contractor, Roland Aristone, Inc. (“Aristone”), for property damage caused by construction