A New Jersey state appeals court on Wednesday showed no sympathy for a lawyer who deliberately delayed for a year a motion in a workers’ compensation case, then got ill and missed the deadline.

Voorhees solo Daniel Zonies’ “goal was to use up as much of the one-year period as possible before seeking reinstatement,” the court said in Danter v. Arrow International Inc., A-0111-09.

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