Newark Personal Injury Lawyer

Knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyers Advocate for Accident Victims’ Right to Monetary Compensation in Newark, NJ Cases

Sustaining injuries in an accident places the accident victim in a precarious and fragile position. Many serious injuries create significant physical challenges and impose limitations on your life that may be totally foreign to you as a previously healthy person. Because of this, choosing the right personal injury lawyer to fight for compensation in your case can be one of the more important decisions of your financial life. You want a lawyer with the aggressive legal skills necessary to take on large insurance companies, but also one who you can trust to answer your calls and keep you apprised of your case progress.

At CourtLaw, we have both the legal skills and the dedication to our clients that you need to be confident in the representation you are receiving. Regardless of the complexity of your accident, injuries and personal injury case in general, the seasoned personal injury lawyers at CourtLaw have the resources necessary to maximize your financial recovery so that you can focus on the future. We put the full weight of our experience to work in every personal injury case that we take on—and we have dedicated our entire careers to the specific field of personal injury law. Because of this, you can rest assured that you are getting the highest possible quality legal counsel when you retain our seasoned lawyers to fight for just compensation in your Newark personal injury case.

Elements of a Newark Personal Injury Case

Every personal injury case begins with identifying the party or parties whose reckless or negligent actions caused your accident and injuries. Depending upon the type of accident involved, this can be the driver of a motor vehicle who was distracted, an overworked and fatigued truck driver or a shop owner who failed to remove the snow and ice in the store parking lot. At CourtLaw, we handle all types of personal injury cases, including:

CourtLaw Personal Injury Lawyers: Aiding in Newark Accident Victims’ Recovery for Over 30 Years

When you choose CourtLaw to represent your interests in a personal injury case, you can expect that our lawyers will:

  • Passionately advocate for your right to just compensation,
  • Use the most innovative and strategic legal theories possible,
  • Consult with the foremost expert witnesses in the relevant field,
  • Put our extensive knowledge of the insurance claims process to work for you.

While we always try to obtain an out-of-court resolution in your case in order to avoid the time and expense of a costly and traumatic court battle, we are never afraid to take a case to trial—and the defense attorneys and insurance companies that we encounter know that this is a fact. Our reputation for providing aggressive legal advocacy for our clients works in your favor, because defendant parties understand that we will leave no stone unturned in our fight to get fair results for our injured clients in Newark.

Contact an Aggressive Newark Personal Injury Lawyer at CourtLaw to Discuss Your Case Today

If you or a loved one has sustained injuries in a Newark-area accident, call us today to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our skilled personal injury lawyers. You can also fill out this brief online contact form and one of us will respond promptly. Remember, if you are facing challenges after a personal injury, you don’t have to go it alone—we can’t change the past, but we are here to help you focus on the future.

About Newark, New Jersey

Newark was originally settled by the Puritans in 1666, and, as such, is one of the oldest cities in the country. More recently, Newark has developed into a hub for air transportation and shipping, and it has grown into the most highly populated city in the state of New Jersey with an estimated 285,154 residents as of 2017.

While many associate Newark with the busy Newark International Airport, it might come as a surprise that Newark is also home to the oldest park in the United States—Branch Brook Park, which is also home to the largest number of cherry blossom trees in the country. Newark is also New Jersey’s largest employment center—and the third largest insurance center in the country—with an estimated 100,000 people commuting into the city for work each day.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Newark, NJ

FAQ: What makes CourtLaw different from other personal injury law firms in Newark?

CourtLaw is different in that we have dedicated our entire practice to personal injury cases—and because of this, have developed the focused and specific skills needed to get results in the cases we take on. At Courtlaw, our lawyers don’t stop learning when they graduate from law school. In addition to gaining experience in and out of court every day, our lawyers attend many continuing legal education seminars to improve their skills and acquire new tips and tactics necessary to stay a step ahead of the insurance companies. Perhaps even more important, though, is our dedication to client service. When you choose CourtLaw, you are more than just a number on a file. We have a personal stake in every case we pursue because we get to know our clients as people. This helps us understand how your injuries have impacted your own unique life and provide us with the ammunition we need to persuasively advocate on your behalf to get financial results.

FAQ: How can I help make my personal injury claim stronger?

Keeping detailed records is one of the most important things that an accident victim can do to strengthen his or her right to compensation in a personal injury case. This begins at the accident scene, if possible, in the form of obtaining witness contact information and photographing the scene to preserve evidence. Going forward, we recommend that you keep all documentation relating to the accident—including the police report and any medical bills and documents. Keeping a written log of your symptoms and recovery process, including any challenges that the injury has caused, can also be helpful to construct arguments in support of your right to compensation. Refrain from using social media until your case is resolved—even posts that seem insignificant can have unanticipated consequences down the road.