I’ve been in an accident – do I have a case?
People who are unlucky enough to find themselves injured or disabled due to an automobile crash, fall down, workplace mishap or other accident may ask, “Do I have a case?” “Do I have a personal injury lawsuit?” “Am I entitled to compensation?” or “What are my legal rights?” In order to answer these questions, it is important to speak to an experienced New Jersey personal injury attorney.
The right of people to bring a case in Court and have a fair trial before a jury is a core component of our American system of justice. When people and corporations break safety rules, the public is placed at risk. “Tort reform” laws limit the legal ability of everyday people to seek redress in Court to obtain compensation and hold accountable the people who broke the rules and caused injury and damage. When these “tort reform” laws are passed, the community is made less safe. Such personal injury “reform” laws remove barriers to unsafe conduct. They tell business it is ok to needlessly endanger the public and workers because you will never be held accountable in Court.
New Jersey personal injury laws can be complicated. No two cases are the same. If you have been injured in an accident, it is important to speak with an experienced NJ injury attorney. The accident lawyer can review your particular case facts and give you an opinion as to the likelihood of success in Court. The NJ personal injury attorney can compare your case facts to the applicable personal injury law and rules that may have been violated to answer whether or not you have a case.
Sometimes an experienced injury lawyer can tell quickly if you have a case or not. Other times it requires more research and investigation. Investigation about both the injury facts and applicable law is important. This can be time and resource consuming. The New Jersey personal injury lawyers at the Clark Law Firm, PC are experienced, hard working and tenacious. Our injury case attorneys can help you with many types of NJ personal injury cases, including the following:
If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident, contact the New Jersey trial lawyers at the Clark Law Firm, PC. If we agree to handle your case you would have the choice to pay no attorney fee unless you receive a settlement or judgment. Our professional legal team will review your case facts in light of New Jersey personal injury laws and rules and answer your question, “do I have a case?” We have law offices in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Essex County and Bergen County, New Jersey.