Hudson County Car Accident Lawyers
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Perhaps you were on your way home from work when another driver sped through a red light at the intersection and sideswiped your car. Or maybe the vehicle that was tailgating you hit you from behind when you slowed for a yellow light. In both situations, the other driver’s reckless behavior caused your accident. And now you are left with injuries, property damage, and a pile of bills as a result.
Let us help. For more than three decades, the Hudson County car accident lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have represented New Jersey accident victims. Our team stands up for the rights of those who have been harmed due to negligence and we aggressively fight on your behalf to recover the compensation you deserve for your accident injuries and the other losses that you have sustained.
Car accident victims who suffer injury because someone else behaved negligently — looking down at a cell phone to text while driving, or driving through a stop sign — deserve the opportunity to hold the at-fault driver accountable for their actions. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, we protect that right and fight on behalf of our clients to secure just compensation for their injuries and other losses. No matter what type of accident you were involved in, we can help. Our accident attorneys have extensive experience representing clients who have been involved in a variety of car accidents including:
As long as negligence caused or contributed to your accident, then you are protected under personal injury law and can file a claim to recover compensation for your losses.
Personal injury law is based on the issue of negligence. Reckless, careless behavior must have caused or contributed to the accident in order to file a personal injury claim in the New Jersey court. Negligence in a car accident may be exhibited in a number of ways, including driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, speeding, tailgating, texting while driving, disobeying traffic signs, and more. Accident attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC build strong cases to demonstrate the role of negligence in the accident and recover compensation for our clients.
When you file a personal injury claim for your car accident injuries and other losses that you sustained, you want results. You want just compensation for all that you have endured so that you can begin to put your life back together again. We understand. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our personal injury attorneys successfully recover full compensation for car accident victims, including the following losses and more:
Wondering what type of compensation you may be able to recover for your car accident? Attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC provide a free case evaluation to accident victims. Schedule your confidential appointment with our office today.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, we are on your side. We handle each case personally. We protect your rights. We take on the behemoth insurance companies and advocate on your behalf. And we don’t stop fighting for you until justice is served.
Our Hudson County car accident lawyers work on a contingency fee basis so you don’t pay a dime until we have recovered your compensation. Our team offers a free case evaluation to accident victims — get an estimate on what type of compensation you can recover and learn how we can help. To schedule your free consultation, contact our office.
Hudson County, New Jersey is situated west of the lower Hudson River, in what is known as the Gateway Region of the New York metropolitan area. Jersey City is the county seat of Hudson County and is also the county’s largest city. There were 19,627 car accidents in Hudson County in 2019.
After a car accident, it is important to cooperate with police officers at the scene and to speak with any medical personnel regarding your accident injuries. It is not, however, in your best interest to provide statements to anyone else. Your words to the other driver, witnesses, reporters, or insurance representatives can have a negative impact on your personal injury claim.
If your car was damaged in a car accident, the first thing you should do is to have it inspected by an auto mechanic. The reason for this is two-fold: for one, you should ensure the safety of the vehicle before driving it, and second, having documentation of the vehicle damage will be necessary if you are to file a personal injury claim. If you do not have the car inspected immediately after the car accident, when pursuing a claim, questions will arise regarding how extensive the reported vehicle damage really was and whether the damage you reference is, in fact, a result of the car accident.