Approval Of The Appellate Division
Before Judges Carchman, Fisher and Nugent.
On appeal from the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Mercer County, Docket No. L-2785-05.
Kathleen P. Ramalho argued the cause for appellant/cross-respondent .
Peter M. Avery argued the cause for respondent/cross-appellant . PER CURIAM
Plaintiff Kim Whalen, a project coordinator formerly employed by defendant New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company, appeals from an adverse jury verdict in a trial on her claims for disability discrimination and unlawful termination in violation of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination , N.J.S.A. 10:5-1 to -49. In this appeal, plaintiff claims that the trial judge erred in charging the jury as to defendant’s failures to engage in an interactive process and reasonably accommodate her, as required by the LAD. Despite the extended discussion between counsel and the court regarding the content of the charge at a pre-charge conference, at the conclusion of the jury instructions, plaintiff indicated that she had no exceptions or objections to the charge. She now claims plain error. We reject that argument and affirm.
Because we affirm on the merits of plaintiff’s appeal, it is unnecessary to consider defendant’s argument that the court erred in denying its motion for summary judgment.
Liz Gaspari Supports Lyme Disease Fundraiser And Helps Raise Awareness
Liz Gaspari was the largest benefactor at a Lyme Disease Fundraiser in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ over the weekend. Gaspari also thanks her doctor, Dr. Eiras for her continued support and treatment to her patients.Spread the Word:WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.PRLogwww.lizgaspari.comAbout Liz Gaspari:Contact
Seminar On Lyme Planned
JACKSON An educational seminar for the general public about Lyme disease what it is, how it is caused and what can be done to prevent it will be held on Feb. 28 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Jackson municipal building, 95 W. Veterans Highway.
Since Jackson is heavily wooded, we have to be particularly aware of ticks spreading Lyme disease and residents should know how to protect themselves and their children from this potentially debilitating disease, Township Committeeman Michael Kafton said. New Jersey is one of 12 states accounting for 95 percent of the cases reported nationally.
Joining Kafton at the seminar will be four professionals in the field of treating and preventing Lyme disease: Dr. Emilia Eiras, a Jackson physician, who, with her late husband, Dr. John Drulle, has done extensive research into the disease. Eiras maintains an active practice in town and both Eiras and Drulle have had Lyme disease.
Dr. Martin Fried, director of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, will discuss the effects of Lyme on children and the latest treatments available.
Dr. Robert Bransfield, a Monmouth County psychiatrist who has written and lectured extensively about the neuro-psychiatric aspects of the disease, explores the behavior changes of people who have become infected with the disease and will tell residents what they should look for.
Refreshments will be served.
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Dr. Emilia C. Eiras MD is a highly-rated internist in Jackson, NJ. She is rated 5 out of 5 by patients on CareDash and has received an overall patient experience rating of 4 out of 5.
For new and existing patients, please see recommendations on how to schedule an appointment with Dr. Eiras online. As an internist, she may specialize in Urinary Tract Infection and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease , in addition to other conditions. According to our records, Dr. Eiras performs Trigger Point Injection procedures. For insurance coverage, she accepts Medicare*.
Dr. Eiras has been practicing for over 43 years since getting her license to practice in New Jersey. She is currently working with Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus to provide care.
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Dr. Eiras received more money than a majority of internists nationally. This overall payment amount is low, and is not necessarily a cause for concern. This graph represents paymentsDr. Eiras received relative to the median payment received bysimilar doctors.
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