It’s our job as experienced New Jersey car accident attorneys to develop your claim as best as we can, based on the unique facts and circumstances of your accident, plus… CONTINUE
What are the Minimum Insurance Requirements in New Jersey?
The minimum is $15,000, which is not a lot. Insurance companies prefer that drivers buy the minimum insurance required by law because if someone only has the minimum and hurts someone,… CONTINUE
What Kind of Evidence Does a New Jersey Car Accident Lawyer Gather to Establish an Injury Case?
There are three parts to every car accident case: First, there’s liability, that is, whose fault is the accident? Second, there are damages, which is the amount of harm that… CONTINUE
If I Have Been Seriously Injured in a Car Accident and Can’t Work, How Can I Afford a Lawyer?
Lawyers in New Jersey charge clients either on an hourly basis or on a contingency fee basis. A contingency fee is when an attorney does not charge you a fee… CONTINUE
How Soon After My Auto Accident Should I Meet with a Lawyer?
There is not any given timeframe, in my mind, to consult an attorney after a car accident, but you should meet with a lawyer as soon as you can. The… CONTINUE
Should I give the Other Driver’s Insurance Company a Statement?
You should never cooperate with the other insurance company without the advice of counsel. If you don’t have an attorney, consult one immediately. We have seen over many years, countless… CONTINUE
What Kind of Damages can I get in a Car Accident Case?
There are a variety of types of damages. There are damages that relate to your body, physical injuries, and physical injuries such as injuries to disks, your spine, joints, knees,… CONTINUE
What if I Was Partly at Fault for the Accident?
In the state of New Jersey, we have the law of comparative negligence. In New Jersey, the law analyzes fault as between tow or more parties. You can still maintain… CONTINUE
After an Accident, Do the Police Always Make a Report?
In New Jersey, if the police are called, there will always be a report. The report should always be carefully checked because police do make mistakes. Police are sometimes short… CONTINUE
What Should I Do if I’m in a Car Accident in New Jersey?
The first thing you should do is check yourself for any injuries, and then check if anyone else was injured in the car. After that, without getting out of the… CONTINUE
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