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An injury can happen to anyone.

And whether yours occurred at work or outside of it, you could be awarded financial compensation that pays for any damages you may have suffered.

Local Personal Injury Lawyers in Union City, NJ

Our team has dedicated their professional careers to fighting for the rights of injury victims throughout the state of New Jersey. Contact us today to schedule a free legal consultation with our experienced Union City injury attorneys and learn more about the following common questions, among many more:

  • How much is my workers’ comp claim worth?
  • Can I sue after an accident in Union City?
  • How do you sue for personal injury?
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2811 Bergenline Ave, 2nd Fl,
Union City, NJ 07087
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You don’t have to go through this alone. We fight aggressively and tirelessly for the compensation you deserve. We’ll also handle all aspects of your case so that you may concentrate on what’s important – healing and recovering.

Should I call an attorney after an injury-causing accident?

There is no obligation that a person injured or hurt in an accident seek out a legal professional to represent them. However, many individuals choose to retain an attorney to defend their interests after an incident for two key reasons:

  • they do not have expertise in the area of personal injury law, and
  • so they can focus on recovering physically after their injury

Insurance companies frequently attempt to impede accident victims from getting legal representation because they are aware of studies that conclude that people with a lawyer frequently obtain substantially more money for their settlement compared to people who settle their lawsuit without legal assistance.
Another reason why individuals retain an accident attorney is that there are regularly issues that come with injury litigation which need to be resolved in order to avoid settlement difficulties in the future.

What are the fees for a wrongful death or personal injury lawyer?

Virtually every personal injury or wrongful death claim at NJ Injury Guys is handled on a “contingency fee” structure. Under a contingency fee arrangement, our legal fee is set forth in a prepared contract at the time we are hired by a client. Moreover, we only receive a fee when we are successful in obtaining a financial reward on your behalf. If there is no recovery, we do not charge a legal fee.

Which factors affect the compensation in a personal injury lawsuit?

The value of a personal injury case is composed of both financial and non-economic damages. Economic damages include medical bills, lost wages, and harm to property. Non-economic damages include pain and anguish, deformity, disfigurement, and loss of companionship or quality of life.
There are other factors that play into the value of a suit such as: the age of the injured or hurt person, the amount of insurance protection available and contributory fault resulting in the incident. While we must accept the facts in each case, our goal is to present the most advantageous case possible to a judge, jury or insurance company evaluating your case.

Will my Case to go to Court?

Most of personal injury cases settle before a lawsuit is ever filed in a courthouse. At NJ Injury Guys, we never expect disputes to resolve effortlessly or quickly so we put together each case as if it may go to trial. From the time we are engaged in a case, we gather valuable evidence to establish how an incident materialized and how the conduct of various participants may have contributed to the incident. This often implies collecting police documents, witness statements, photographs of the scene and case histories and expenses.

What is the average resolution time for a personal injury case?

How long a personal injury case takes to settle is typically a function of the intricacy of the dispute and how aggressive an attorney is with settlement dialogue and/or litigation. For example, a rear-end collision involving a trucking firm with straight forward medical treatment will probably resolve faster than a medical malpractice case involving multiple parties.

NJ Injury Guys understands the emotional and financial stress a case has on the individual and his or her family and works diligently to posture each case as best as possible. We are aggressive with our litigation and claims handling so each dispute can be resolved as quickly and as fairly as possible. The personal injury attorney assigned to your claim can give you a better time frame for resolution as all of the variables in play arise.

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This website is by DiLeonardo Law LLC d/b/a NJ Injury Guys. We have offices throughout the state of New Jersey with attorneys licensed to practice law in New Jersey. Use of this site does not form an attorney-client relationship and information herein shall not be construed as legal advice. This website is to be considered as ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Past settlement and verdict values are no guarantee of similar future outcomes. This firm may retain local counsel for prosecuting cases. Results may vary from case to case depending on the specific circumstances of the case. This website has not been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
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