Willingboro Personal Injury Lawyers
Experienced Personal Injury Law Firm Has a Reputation for Excellence
If you have ever tried to negotiate with an insurance company, you probably already know that it is an uphill battle. Insurance companies will utilize their team of adjusters and their ample resources to try and convince you to settle for less. While they may intimidate you, they don’t intimidate us.
At The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. our experienced personal injury lawyers have more than 70 years of combined experience and a reputation for excellence. Our team is knowledgeable, skilled, and dedicated to fighting for Willingboro, NJ accident victims and we don’t stop until we recover the compensation you deserve.
Our Firm Handles All Types of Accident Claims
Many types of accidents can give rise to a personal injury claim, as long as the accident was the result of negligence on the part of another person or entity. At The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. our experienced personal injury team handles all types of accident claims for clients in Willingboro and throughout NJ, including — but not limited to — any of the following:
- Car accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Uber & Lyft accidents
- Pedestrians accidents
- Bus accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Train accidents
- Taxi accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home abuse
- Dog bites
- Premises liability
- Construction accidents
Obtain Just Compensation for Your Accident Injury
When your accident injury brings a steady stream of medical bills, you may be tempted to accept an initial settlement offer from the other party’s insurance company. But you deserve to recover more than just your current medical expenses. At The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. our results-driven personal injury attorneys fight for compensation for the following losses:
- Current medical costs
- Future medical expenses stemming from the accident
- Rehabilitation costs
- Prescription drug costs
- Lost income
- Lost future earning ability
- Lost sick and vacation time
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of opportunities
When You Share Responsibility for an Accident
If you share some level of responsibility for your accident, your compensation will be impacted. New Jersey follows “comparative negligence rules”, which state that the level of compensation you will receive will be reduced by an amount that reflects your portion of the blame for the accident. For example, if it is determined that you are 15 percent responsible for the accident, then your compensation will be reduced by 15 percent. If, on the other hand, it is determined that you share more than 50 percent of the responsibility, then you will be unable to recover any damages from the other at-fault parties.
New Jersey Personal Injury Verdicts and Settlements
The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. have a reputation for excellence and a track record of recovering maximum compensation for Willingboro families and others throughout the state. Our team has recovered numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements, including the following:
- $10 million settlement for gas explosion injuries
- $9.25 million settlement for medical malpractice
- $7. 8 million settlement for medical malpractice related to anesthesia
- $7.4 million settlement for medical malpractice
- $6.5 million settlement for wrongful death in a car accident
- $4.67 million settlement for an automobile rear-end collision
- $4.4 million settlement for construction site accident
- $3.5 million settlement malpractice in an emergency room
- $3.37 million settlement for medical misdiagnosis
- $3 million settlement for medical misdiagnosis
Negligence Must Be Proven in a Personal Injury Case
If you have been hurt in an accident, you most likely already know who is at fault for the accident. But while it may be clear to you that the other party is responsible, it is not that easy to demonstrate legal negligence. In most cases, the other party will argue that you are at least somewhat responsible for the accident, if not entirely at fault.
Negligence can be exhibited in a number of ways, including behaving recklessly or carelessly, disregarding the safety of others, or not following standard safety precautions. Negligence is evident when a person drives while under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs. It may also be present when a business fails to repair a broken step leading to its front doors.
Skilled and experienced personal injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. aggressively pursue all the evidence necessary to support your negligence claim. Our team fights on your behalf to hold those responsible for your in Willingboro accident accountable.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation with a Skilled New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney
With a personal injury team sharing more than 70 years of combined experience, The Law Offices of Andres & Berger, P.C. have in-depth knowledge of the accident claim process and are skilled in recovering maximum compensation for your injuries. Our results-driven attorneys have secured multi-million dollar settlements for in Willingboro, New Jersey accident victims. We are available to answer your questions, review your case, and discuss your options. Contact our office to arrange for a free confidential consultation to discuss your accident.
Frequently Asked Questions About Willingboro, NJ Personal Injury Claims
Yes. These legal time limits are known as statutes of limitations. Each state establishes its own time frames for filing a claim in the state’s civil courts. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is two years from the time of the accident.
Statutes of limitations are very important deadlines. When an individual fails to file a claim with the state’s courts before this two-year deadline runs out, the court will dismiss the case entirely. When this happens, you will then have lost your opportunity to recover any compensation for the injuries you sustained in the accident.
Once you have been involved in an accident, it is important that you exercise caution when speaking with others regarding details of the accident. Keep in mind that the other party’s insurance company is reaching out to discuss the details of the accident so that they can use this information to counter or refute your claim.
Instead of speaking to the other insurance company, discuss the situation with an experienced personal injury lawyer at The Law Offices of Andres & Berger. Your attorney can speak on your behalf with the insurance company and others, to advocate for you and work to obtain the best possible compensation for your injuries.