Denise Mariani, of Stark & Stark’s Personal Injury Group, recently obtained a $250,000 jury verdict for Rosetta Martin of Trenton, New Jersey. Ms. Martin, a security guard at Home Depot, sued International Motor Freight of Newark after she was seriously injured in 2007 when a disgruntled IMF employee slammed his truck door on her right arm at the Home Depot Distribution Center in Cranbury, New Jersey.

An article in today’s Trentonian states, “After the jury found in favor of the plaintiff on Monday, Martin’s lawyer, Denise Mariani of the Lawrenceville-based law firm of Stark and Stark, issued a statement calling the verdict ‘fair in light of the serious injury’ Martin suffered. Mariani said the defense ‘tried to call (Martin) a liar, but the jury determined it was really the defense that was loose with the truth.’ The jury awarded Martin $200,000 for pain and suffering, $35,000 for medical expenses, and $15,000 for lost wages, said attorney J. Robert Bratman.”