When people think of auto accidents, they usually imagine a collision between two smaller passenger vehicles. However, this is only one kind of accident that occurs on New Jersey’s roads and highways. Accidents also often involve motorcycles, large semi-trucks, and even pedestrians, to name a few. Collisions can also vary from a simple rear-end collision to frightening rollover accidents. The resulting injuries can range from a mild case of whiplash to complete paralysis, amputation, or serious burns. No two accidents are alike, and therefore proving the other drivers negligence requires hard work, and a careful investigation of evidence in each unique case. 

Most insurance companies, committed to profit for their shareholders, employ a number of tactics to reduce or minimize claim settlements and payments. As a result, many car accident injury victims have little choice but to go to court to recover compensation proportional to the actual cost of their injuries.  Because of our unique experience, we are aware of the defenses, often frivolous, insurance companies utilize in order to minimize the amount of a settlement, and have the ability and experience to achieve the maximum recovery for our clients.

Our firm uses all potential resources available so our client's legal interests are protected. Our job is to prove in a court of law the amount of financial compensation necessary to adequately compensate our client's for the harms and losses they have endured. We utilize experienced investigators and conduct thorough background checks as part of our due diligence. We employ leading expert witnesses in relevant practice areas from accident reconstruction and other medical specialties to help prove our clients’ cases. Our goal is the same in each case. That is to ensure that all responsible parties are brought to justice for the serious harms and consequences our clients face.

Common auto accident cases our firm has experience in include:

Injuries from motor vehicle accidents can vary widely in location, type, and severity. Some injuries may not even be realized until well after the accident, though you will still be required to prove that the accident was the true cause of your injuries. No matter how mild or serious their injuries, auto accident victims are entitled to recover if the other driver was negligent.

If you have been involved in a car accident and have been hurt; we are prepared to help you and urge you to obtain immediate medical care and consult with our office as soon as possible. Please call 732-842-7773 anytime to speak with an attorney at our law firm and schedule a free initial consultation. You can also contact us us by e-mail, and we will respond as quickly as possible.