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Evesham, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers
Personal Injury Lawyers Skillfully Advocate for Evesham, New Jersey Accident Victims
Car accidents. Slip and fall accidents. Dog bites. Although these are fairly common occurrences, the injuries these accidents cause can have a lasting impact on your life. At The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. our experienced personal injury lawyers understand how traumatic an accident can be. Our dedicated team tirelessly advocates on behalf of Evesham, NJ accident victims, protecting their rights and successfully recovering just compensation for their accident injuries.
Personal Injury Accident Claims
Personal injury law protects those who have been injured in accidents that are the result of another person or entity’s negligence. Injuries that are sustained in a variety of accidents are protected, including — but not limited to — any of the following:
- Car accidents: hit and runs, rear-end collisions, T-bone accidents, fender benders
- Slip and fall accidents: from icy sidewalks, broken steps, poorly lit walkways
- Medical malpractice: misdiagnosis, improper treatments, incorrect medication
- Uber & Lyft accidents: as a passenger or as another driver who is injured
- Distracted driving accidents: texting while driving and other distracted behaviors
- Pedestrian accidents: in crosswalks, on sidewalks, with cars or other vehicles
- Truck accidents: collisions, misloading, faulty truck parts
- Bicycle accidents: when vehicles or pedestrians don’t adhere to traffic rules
- Motorcycle accidents: due to faulty bike parts or accidents with other vehicles
- Bus accidents: school buses, mass transit buses
- Train accidents: on the railroad tracks, at crossings, with pedestrians or vehicles
- Construction accidents: falling debris, unsafe work conditions
- Dog bites: at a private residence, business, or public place
- Defective products: faulty or mislabeled products
- Premises liability: liability that a landowner or occupier has for certain torts that occur on their land.
- Nursing home negligence: mistreatment, lack of appropriate care, elder abuse
The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. has more than 70 combined years of experience handling all types of personal injury cases for clients located in Evesham and throughout NJ.
Negligence Must Be Demonstrated to File a Personal Injury Claim
In order to file a personal injury claim to recover damages for your injuries, the accident must have been caused by another person or entity’s negligence. Afterall, accidents happen every day and sometimes it is nobody else’s fault. Certain actions, such as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) or driving over the speed limits, are considered negligent actions. Inaction, such as the failure to repair a hazardous walkway, can also be considered negligent. Each accident case is unique and will be evaluated based on the specific circumstances.
In most accident cases, the at-fault party will try and argue that the injured victim is somewhat responsible for the accident. An experienced personal injury lawyer will collect the necessary evidence, interview witnesses, and obtain other information to support your accident claim.
Recover Compensation for Medical Bills and More
When an accident leaves you injured, you may be facing medical expenses, time away from work, and other consequences. If your accident is the result of another person’s negligence, you may recover compensation for medical bills and other losses, including any of the following:
- Medical expenses
- Future medical expenses for surgeries and ongoing treatments
- Pain and suffering
- Rehabilitation costs
- Prescription drug costs
- Lost earnings
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Lost sick time
- Lost vacation time
- Loss of enjoyment
- Loss of consortium
- Property loss
At The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. our personal injury lawyers have a track record of successfully recovering maximum compensation for our in Evesham clients and have secured several multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for clients all over New Jersey.
Important Legal Deadlines for Filing a Personal Injury Claim
Statutes of limitations — legal deadlines for filing claims in a state’s civil courts — are established by each state and vary based on the type of claim. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is two years from the date of the accident. This is a strict legal deadline.
If an accident claim is filed after this two-year deadline has passed, the New Jersey courts will refuse to hear the case. In addition, the opportunity to recover damages for any injuries stemming from the accident will have been lost. In extenuating circumstances, the courts may extend this deadline; consult with an experienced New Jersey personal injury attorney if you have concerns about meeting the filing deadline.
Don’t Settle for Less Than You Deserve for Your Accident Injuries
At The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. we get results. Our skilled team shares more than 70 years of experience combined, bringing valuable knowledge and insight to each and every case. We have a track record of success and have secured several multi-million dollar settlements for Evesham accident victims and others located throughout New Jersey. Don’t settle for less than you deserve for your accident injuries. Contact our office to arrange for a free confidential consultation to discuss your case.
Frequently Asked Questions About Evesham, NJ Personal Injury Claims
Our personal injury attorneys are always prepared to take your case to court, but they are skilled negotiators with years of experience dealing with insurance companies and defense attorneys. We thoroughly investigate, collect evidence, and aggressively pursue your accident claim to promptly recover the best possible compensation for your injuries often without the need to go to court.
If you share some level of responsibility for your accident, then the compensation you can recover will be impacted. New Jersey follows specific rules, known as “comparative negligence rules” for these situations. Under comparative negligence, your compensation will be reduced by an amount that directly reflects your portion of the blame for the accident.
So, for example, if you are 35 percent responsible for the accident, then your compensation will be reduced by 35 percent. It is important to note that if it is determined that you are more than 50 percent responsible for the accident, then you may not recover any compensation from the other parties that are also at fault for your accident.