If you’ve been hurt in an accident, you’re going to have questions. How much is your case worth? How long will it take? Who is going to pay for your medical bills? What about pain & suffering? Get FREE Legal Answers.
A personal injury entails bodily and/or emotional harm to you. Most commonly, personal injury is the result of a vehicle accident (like an automobile accident, big truck accident, motorcycle accident, boat accident or SUV/rollover accident) or a work accident (like a fall, a muscle strain, sprain or tear, back injury, repetitive use injury or occupational illness).
Additionally, personal injury can also stem from medical malpractice, nursing home negligence or product liability. Toxic medicines, chemicals and environments sometimes are the cause for personal injury in the form of medical problems like mesothelioma, emphysema, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis, deafness, repetitive strain injury and more.
In New Jersey, personal injury cases hinge upon who is at fault for the cause of your injury and whether or not that party was negligent. If so, then you may be eligible for money damages from the negligent party. Oftentimes, that compensation comes from the guilty party’s insurance company, and insurance companies want to do everything possible to discredit your claim and pay you nothing.
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