Personal Injury

Also referred to as a plaintiff lawyer, a personal injury lawyer is responsible for interviewing prospective clients and evaluating their cases to determine the legal matter, identify the distinct issues rooted within the plaintiff’s larger problem, and extensively research every issue to build a strong case.
The ultimate professional responsibility of a personal injury lawyer is to help plaintiffs obtain the justice and compensation they deserve for their losses and suffering through advocacy, oral arguments, client counseling, and legal advice. 
A personal injury lawyer may have to take his client's case to trial if a settlement cannot be reached.
Personal injury lawyers must also adhere to strict standards of legal ethics when dealing with clients. While the guidelines vary according to state, the basic codes of conduct state that a lawyer must knowledgeably evaluate legal matters and exercise competence in any legal matter undertaken. Moreover, personal injury lawyers owe their clients a duty of loyalty and confidentiality and must work to protect their clients’ best interests.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

New Jersey has some of the most congested highways in the nation. With so many cars on the road, the chances of an accident increase. Often, motor vehicle accidents injuries are serious due to violence of the impacts, high speeds and complications such as resulting fires. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, it is crucial you seek out medical treatment but it is equally important to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who can advise you of the rights and remedies available to you.
I have represented numerous clients who have been severely injured in catastrophic motor vehicle accidents, as well as pedestrians who have been hit by a motor vehicle. I have the knowledge and dedication to help my clients through their personal injury claim and to help them receive compensation for their injuries.
I also understand how to explore all available insurance coverage from all parties involved to maximize compensation claims. I am a skilled negotiator and steadfast advocate for my clients in court, if a trial is necessary for your personal injury case. I am here to make sure that your medical treatment, pain and suffering, lost wages, future earnings as well as any permanent disfigurement that results are covered in your compensation demand. I can also handle a wrongful death case that results from a motor vehicle tragedy.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, please contact us to schedule a free consultation. It's important to note that you do not have to face this serious situation alone.

Slip and Fall/Negligence

"Slip and fall" is a term used for a personal injury case in which a person slips or trips and is injured on someone else's property. These cases usually fall under the broader category of cases known as "premises liability" claims. Slip and fall accidents usually occur on property (or "premises") owned or maintained by someone else, and the property owner may be held legally responsible.
There are many dangerous conditions like torn carpeting, changes in flooring, poor lighting, narrow stairs, or a wet floor that can cause someone to slip and be injured. In addition, a slip and fall case might arise when someone slips or falls outdoors because of rain, ice, snow or a hidden hazard, such as a pothole in the ground.  In any event, the plaintiff must have sustained some kind of injury, however minor, in order to collect.
If you've been injured in a slip and fall on someone else's property and are considering a legal claim, contact us for an evaluation. You should do so quickly, as there are time limits in which injured persons may file a personal injury lawsuit.

Workers' Compensation

Workers' compensation is a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee's right to sue his or her employer for the tort of negligence.
Workers' compensation statutes are designed to ensure that employees who are injured or disabled on the job are not required to cover medical bills related to their on-the-job injury, and are provided with monetary awards to cover loss of wages directly related to the accident, as well as to compensate for permanent physical impairments. The intent of these statutes is to eliminate the need for litigation by having employees give up the potential for pain and suffering related awards in exchange for not being required to prove legal fault on the part of their employer.
Bottom line: If you're injured in your workplace due to negligent conduct, contact us to discuss your rights.
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