Highway Accidents Lawyer New Brunswick, NJ
Experienced Car Crash Attorneys Representing Clients Injured in Highway Accidents in Middlesex County, Essex County, Hudson County, and Throughout NJ
New Jersey is one of the oldest parts of the United States — and with that status comes old highways and roads which are, for the most part, poorly maintained. At the heart of the industrial revolution, New Jersey was where the first highways were built; since then, not enough has been done to improve their infrastructure. As a New Jersey resident, you probably won’t be surprised to know that our roads have been ranked by the Department of Transportation (DOT) as the seventh-worst in the entire country. In addition to the poor infrastructure, New Jersey highway and road hazards are greater than those in other states and are reported to be extremely dangerous. The bottom line is that driving on roads or highways in NJ poses great risks, including the risk of a serious car accident that results in catastrophic injuries.
If you were injured, or if a loved one was killed, in a New Jersey highway accident, CourtLaw’s experienced highway accident injury attorneys can help determine the accident cause and win monetary compensation for your injuries and loss. At CourtLaw, our experienced attorneys represent victims injured because of NJ highway accidents in Trenton, Perth Amboy, East Orange, Roselle, and throughout New Jersey.
CourtLaw’s New Brunswick Highway Accident Injury Lawyers Know the Risks of Driving on NJ Roads
The New Jersey Turnpike is a particularly perilous place to drive. Numerous accidents resulting in catastrophic injuries and many fatalities have occurred on the NJ Turnpike. Sometimes, the accidents are caused by negligent motorists; sometimes, the accidents are caused by dangerous road conditions or hazards.
When a dangerous road condition causes a highway accident that results in injuries or a fatality, CourtLaw’s experienced personal injury attorneys can help you recover financially.
What Happens When Federal Regulations for Highway Safety Aren’t Followed?
Federal, state, and local regulations govern the building and maintenance of safe highways and roads. When those regulations aren’t followed, the likelihood of a catastrophic accident becomes significantly higher. If a highway engineer, a construction company, or a road maintenance authority is responsible for your accident, a claim can be filed against the those individuals or entities so that they are held legally and financially responsible for your damages, including your medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Why You Should Contact CourtLaw’s New Jersey Highway Accident Injury Attorneys Today
In New Jersey, most personal injury actions have a two-year statute of limitations, but the time limit may vary, depending on the accident circumstances. So, it’s important not to wait to speak with a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer about your NJ auto accident.
The laws and regulations designed to protect the public are complex. Determining who is at fault when an accident happens can be difficult. CourtLaw’s highway accident injury attorneys know precisely how to conduct investigations in a timely manner to determine what happened and how to hold responsible those who caused the accident.
Contact Jersey City Highway Accident Injury Attorneys at CourtLaw Today — We Win Multi-Millions for Our Clients in NJ Car Crash Cases
CourtLaw’s New Jersey truck accident injury attorneys have over 30 years of experience using our knowledge, resources, and skills to maneuver through the insurance and personal injury civil court litigation process. On your behalf, CourtLaw’s caring, respectful, compassionate attorneys will take over. We will handle the chaos and confusion of filing insurance claims, dealing with attorneys, and, if necessary, pursuing personal injury monetary damages through a civil court lawsuit.
Contact us today for a FREE case evaluation so we can advise you about how you may be able to recover your rightful monetary compensation. We represent clients in Middlesex County, Union County, Essex County, Hudson County, Mercer County, and throughout the rest of New Jersey. We’re available 24/7. Call for a quick response.