What’s the Timeline For Winning a Personal Injury Claim?
If you have suffered an injury due to another person’s negligence or carelessness, your first question after whether you can sue that person (and/or their employer or a third party) is how quickly you are going to be able to collect the compensation you are owed under the law. That’s exactly what you should be…Read More
When Is a Store Liable for a Slip and Fall in New Jersey?
We’ve certainly all taken a tumble or two in our lives, but a serious fall can create huge medical bills and pain and suffering, especially when there is head trauma, back and spinal injuries, or broken bones. When a “slip and fall” (as they are frequently referred to in personal injury lawsuits) occurs on the…Read More
Can I Win Damages for Lost Income in a NJ Personal Injury Suit If I’m Unemployed?
The three common types of financial damages that are typically relevant in a New Jersey personal injury suit are: 1) the cost of medical bills resulting over your lifetime for your injuries; 2) the pain and suffering you have endured as the result of the injuries; and 3) your lost income resulting from the injuries.…Read More
Does It Matter Which New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney I Go With?
You probably can’t go a few blocks in New Jersey without seeing advertisements for personal injury attorneys on bus stops and billboards promoting their services, not to mention radio and TV commercials and the pages and pages of results that show up when you do a google search for “New Jersey personal injury attorneys.” So…Read More
What Happens at a Free Consultation With a Personal Injury Lawyer?
Most personal injury attorneys will offer a free consultation as the initial step in pursuing a personal injury case. But no matter how much in need of legal representation you are following an injury, we know that many people can feel intimidated by attorneys and confused by the process, even in dealing with an attorney…Read More
What Financial Recovery is Available in a New Jersey Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?
Over the last several decades, state legislatures around the country – influenced by powerful forces in the medical and insurance industry – have taken actions to severely curtail the amount of financial damages that victims of medical malpractice can recover in lawsuits against the medical professionals, hospitals, and other entities that failed to take proper…Read More