Car Accident Injuries
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Whether your car accident caused you serious injuries that require surgery or minor injuries that require physical therapy, you have rights under personal injury law. And at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our experienced New Jersey car accident injuries lawyers are dedicated to protecting those rights and recovering just compensation for our clients’ accident injuries.
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Car accident injuries may range from cuts and bruises to catastrophic injury. It all depends upon the seriousness of the accident. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our car accident attorneys help car accident victims who have sustained a wide range of injuries which may include — but not be limited to — any of the following:
If you or a loved one has sustained an injury in a car accident, arrange a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.
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Personal injury attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC work tirelessly on behalf of our clients to recover full compensation for their accident injuries and other losses. We obtain compensation for any of the following losses and more:
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our leading car accident injury attorneys have a demonstrated track record of successfully recovering just compensation for our New Jersey clients. A sampling of the verdicts and settlements our team has recovered for our clients’ car accident claims include the following:
Wondering how much you can recover for your car accident injuries? Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC will answer your questions and evaluate your claim at no cost to you. To schedule your free case evaluation with one of our experienced car accident attorneys, contact our office.
When someone else causes your car accident due to their negligent actions, you deserve compensation for your injuries and the other losses you have sustained. New Jersey personal injury lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have a demonstrated track record of successfully recovering full compensation for accident victims. Our team has been working on behalf of accident victims since 1984, bringing skillful negotiation, in-depth knowledge, and compassionate counsel to each and every case.
Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC offers a free confidential case evaluation so that you can receive answers to your questions, gain an understanding of how the personal injury claims process works, and get an estimate of the level of compensation you may recover for your car accident claim. Contact our office to arrange your free consultation today.
New Jersey follows a no fault car insurance system. This means that the personal injury protection (PIP) coverage of your car insurance policy pays for the medical treatment and other out-of-pocket expenses (up to the coverage limits) that are a result of the accident for anyone covered under your car insurance policy. Furthermore, this coverage is provided regardless of who is at fault for the accident. While a PIP claim will cover financial losses, it will not provide any compensation for non-monetary damages, including emotional pain and suffering or loss of one’s life enjoyment. The no-fault policy also limits your right to sue for pain and suffering unless you sustained serious injury.
In New Jersey, when more than one party is responsible for an accident, New Jersey follows “modified comparative fault” rules. These rules allow an injured person’s compensation to be reduced by a percentage that reflects their share of fault for the accident. So, for example, if it was established that the injured party was 25 percent responsible for the car accident, then the damages they may recover for their injuries and other losses will be reduced by that amount — 25 percent. In this scenario, a damage award of $20,000 will be reduced by 25 percent, to $15,000. If the injured person is more than 50 percent responsible for their car accident, however, they may not recover any compensation for their injuries from the other at-fault party.