Middlesex County Personal Injury Lawyer
Skilled Personal Injury Lawyers Committed to Upholding Accident Victims’ Rights in Middlesex County, NJ
An accident can happen in the blink of an eye, and many accidents lead to injuries that can change your life forever. Even if you are expected to recover fully from your injuries, medical treatment can be shockingly expensive and can often spell financial ruin for the average injured party. While we understand that no amount of money can ever truly make you whole again after you have experienced the pain and suffering caused by a serious injury, we also know that treating an injury is expensive. If another person’s negligence caused your accident, you should not be left to shoulder the financial responsibility that accompanies the injury.
At CourtLaw, our Middlesex County personal injury lawyers believe in holding negligent parties responsible for their actions, both to help our clients secure their financial future and to deter parties from behaving negligently in the future. We aggressively advocate on behalf of accident victims in Middlesex County and throughout New Jersey, and we have focused our entire practice on helping clients win fair compensation for their injuries. If you are struggling to recover from an injury that you believe was caused by a third party’s negligence, contact our offices today to see how we can help you recover financial compensation so that you can move on with your life.
We Handle a Diverse Range of Personal Injury Claims in Middlesex County
We take on all types of personal injury cases to help accident victims in Middlesex County recover the compensation they need to heal from their injuries, including:
- Car accidents
- Motor vehicle accidents involving uninsured or underinsured motorists
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Cases involving catastrophic injuries
- Construction site accidents
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Workplace accidents
- And more
Recovering from a serious injury can require expensive ongoing medical treatment or rehabilitative care, in-home modifications, medical devices and more. We fight to make sure our clients receive compensation that fully accounts for the cost of their injuries, both currently and in the future, as well as the pain and suffering and emotional distress caused by those injuries.
CourtLaw Personal Injury Lawyers Fight for Maximum Compensation for Clients Injured in Middlesex County and Elsewhere in New Jersey
At CourtLaw, our experienced Middlesex County personal injury lawyers formulate the smartest possible strategy for recovering full compensation in every case we take on—whether that strategy involves pursuing an insurance claim, negotiating a settlement package with the responsible party or litigating a case through trial. Our lawyers have over 30 years’ experience negotiating with insurance companies and defense attorneys, as well as in preparing cases for trial.
We have successfully helped clients recover compensation for a wide variety of injuries, including:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Amputations and loss of limbs
- Severe burns
- Broken bones
- And more
Our personal injury lawyers will consult with reputable medical experts to gain a full understanding of the anticipated cost of your recovery so that we can make sure you receive the maximum amount of compensation possible in your case.
Call Today to Discuss Your Personal Injury Claim with a Reputable Middlesex County Personal Injury Lawyer
Our Middlesex County personal injury lawyers are dedicated to handling every aspect of your case after you have suffered an injury—so that you are free to focus on your physical recovery without the burden of worrying about your future financial situation. At CourtLaw, you are more than just a file number and we believe in keeping our clients apprised of their case progress every step of the way so that you don’t have to worry about the legal aspects of your case. Call us today or fill out this online contact form to see how we can help recover compensation in your personal injury case.
About Middlesex County, New Jersey
Middlesex County is the second most highly populated county in New Jersey and is located in the north-central part of the state. Middlesex County is technically located in the New York City metropolitan area and is linked to the city by New Jersey transit buses, as well as several commuter railways. Middlesex County is home to Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus, as well as five major hospitals that serve its approximately 842,798 residents. Historically, Middlesex County was settled in 1683 because of its proximity to the Raritan River. Today, Middlesex County is home to a thriving Asian Indian population and boasts the 143rd highest per-capita income of the more than 3,000 counties in the United States.
Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Middlesex County
FAQ: How long will it take to pursue a claim for compensation in a Middlesex County personal injury case?
The answer to this question depends upon many factors, including the type of accident involved, the severity of your injuries, the complexity of establishing liability, availability of judges and defense attorneys and more. Importantly, it doesn’t cost you anything to discuss your case with our attorneys—your initial consultation is always free, so call us today so that we can begin our fight to recover compensation in your case.
FAQ: What do I have to prove in order to win financial compensation after I was injured in an accident?
Most personal injury cases are premised upon a negligence theory of law, which means you must establish that another party owed you a duty of care and breached that duty by causing an accident. For example, all drivers on the roads owe a duty of care to other drivers as well as pedestrians—meaning that they owe it to others to drive safely and responsibly to avoid accidents where possible. You must also show that the third party’s breach of the duty of care caused your injuries. Finally, it is necessary to prove that the injuries caused you to suffer harm—generally, in the form of economic damages, such as medical bills, and non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering.