The New Jersey Supreme Court has refused, for the third time, to hear two former hockey players’ claims for $200 million from National Hockey League insurers for injuries in a limousine accident.
And the players’ lawyers say the court flouted its own voting rules for certification, making the case a window on the seldom-seen workings of the state’s highest tribunal.
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