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Lower court must resolve question as to recklessness or negligence in baseball player injury.

July 1, 2019
Mesar v. Bound Brook Board of Education, Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division, Docket No. A-2953-16T2 ( May 2, 2018)

The New Jersey Appellate court reversed dismissal based on a procedural error, requiring the lower court to find if instructing a high school baseball player to slide, which resulted in an ankle injury, was reckless under the circumstances or barred as mere negligence.


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