Union City Personal Injury Lawyer

New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers Tenacious in our Fight to Protect Injured Clients’ Rights in Union City

When another person is negligent and you sustain physical injuries as a result, that person should be held financially accountable for your suffering. Unfortunately, any number of roadblocks can arise that might prevent you from obtaining the full amount of the compensation that you deserve—the negligent party may deny responsibility, attempt to shift the blame or the insurance company can even try to minimize their own financial liability by offering a lowball settlement award.

At CourtLaw, our highly skilled team of personal injury lawyers have successfully helped our clients recover millions in compensation in Union City and elsewhere in New Jersey. While it can be difficult to choose a personal injury lawyer from the thousands of firms in the area, it is important to pay careful attention to a lawyer’s past results. We have a proven track record of recovering substantial compensation awards for our clients who have been injured in car accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall accidents and more. Even if another firm has rejected your case, we may be able to help, so contact us today to see how our skilled personal injury lawyers can help recover compensation for your injuries.

Safeguarding Your Rights After an Accident in Union City, NJ

Even though it may be difficult to remain calm after you were injured in an accident, doing so can help in later formulating the strongest possible case for recovering the maximum amount of compensation possible in your case. Because of this, if you were injured in Union City:

  • Obtain contact information for anyone who saw the accident or was in the area and can testify to surrounding conditions,
  • Seek prompt medical attention even if you were not taken to the hospital,
  • Call the police and file a formal accident report,
  • Take photos and videos of the scene,
  • Try not to speak to insurance adjusters at the scene,
  • Don’t sign any documents or statements, other than the police report,
  • Obtain a copy of the police report and any other reports as soon as possible after the accident,
  • Keep any receipts and reports relating to the accident or injury,
  • Follow all treatment orders given by your doctor,
  • Keep a written record of your physical condition, treatment, ability to work and anything else that can help establish the extent of your accident-related expenses,
  • Call an experienced personal injury lawyer.

Results-Oriented Personal Injury Lawyers at CourtLaw Recognize How Important Fair Compensation is to Union City Accident Victims

It’s an understatement to say that the time period following an accident can be difficult and stressful. At CourtLaw, our personal injury lawyers are here to help minimize the stress and frustration that you may be experiencing while we fight to maximize the financial compensation award in your case. We will fight to win compensation for all accident-related expenses, including medical bills, property damage, future rehabilitative needs, lost wages, mental anguish and more. Our lawyers are dedicated to getting results for all of our clients, and we have the track record to prove it.

Schedule a Free Initial Consultation with the Seasoned Union City Personal Injury Lawyers at CourtLaw Today

As a CourtLaw client, you can expect that our personal lawyers will remain committed to protecting your rights through every step of the legal process. During your initial consultation, we will give you our honest assessment of the viability of your case and how we can help ease your struggle to recover compensation for your injuries. Call us today, or fill out this online contact form, to schedule a free initial consultation with a Union City personal injury lawyer.

About Union City, NJ

Union City is located in Hudson County, New Jersey, in the New York City metropolitan area. As of 2010, Union City was one of the most densely populated cities in the country with a population density of about 51,810 per square mile. Because of Union City’s large German and Spanish speaking populations, it has developed two nicknames—Havana on the Hudson and the Embroidery Capital of the United States (because of the European-style lace making technology brought by the Germans).

Union City was first settled by Dutch and English settlers, but later a large number of German settlers moved from Manhattan to Union City seeking more affordable land. Cuban immigrants began moving to Union City much later, in the 1940s, but a large wave of refugees in the 1960s gave Union City the second-largest U.S. Cuban population after Miami for many years in the 20th century.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Union City, NJ

FAQ: Do I have to file a police report to recover compensation in a personal injury case?

Not necessarily. However, filing a police report is important because it creates a contemporaneous record of what happened to cause your injuries. When giving statements to the police after an accident, it is important to be truthful about what happened because the statements you make can be used by the insurance companies to determine the amount of compensation to which you may be entitled and can also be used to evaluate the credibility of the various parties to the accident.

FAQ: Do I have to speak to a doctor after my accident in Union City?

It is important that you get medical attention as soon as possible after an accident for any number of reasons, the most important of which is, of course, making sure that you recover from your injuries as effectively as possible. Delaying treatment can cause an injury to worsen. Further, delays in treatment can be used by the insurance companies and defense lawyers to argue that your injuries weren’t entirely caused by the accident, thereby reducing the amount of compensation to which you may be entitled. You should also remember to keep records of your doctor visits, including records of any test results and expenses for treatment.