News Recent News

Mt. Ephraim School District Pays $50K To Settle Lawsuit

*Article updated on March 23, 2016 to note that John Paff obtained narrowly redacted versions of the civil lawsuit. Paff updated his post by writing: “It looks as if there were two $50,000 settlements for a total of $100,000.”

School superintendent, Leslie Koller, was reached on March 23 for a comment and she stated: “We were notified by the insurance company of the settlement and we have no further comment beyond that.”

The Mt. Ephraim School District recently settled lawsuits involving two former students who claimed that school officials were “willfully indifferent” to harassment and physical assaults that they suffered at the hands of fellow students, reports John Paff on his blog, NJ Civil Settlements.

Are you considering filing a lawsuit? It is no secret that filing a lawsuit can be an expensive and time consuming process. However, that being said, there are solutions out there that can help you to receive financial support to get a lawsuit off the ground. For more information about securing lawsuit loans in as little as one day, go to

Paff writes that the settlement was approved on November 2, 2015 by Camden County Superior Court Judge Louis R. Meloni.

The Complaint, dated November 30, 2012, states the alleged incidents began in 2008.

Paff had submitted a supplemental OPRA (Open Public Records Act Request) to the district seeking additional clarification on the settlement.

Read more of John Paff’s posts at NJ Civil Settlements.