Middlesex County Car Accident Lawyers
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When you are hurt in a car accident that was the result of another person’s irresponsible behavior, you are a victim. You are a victim of another person’s carelessness. A victim of someone else’s negligence. But victims have rights and victims do not need to suffer in silence.
Instead, you can hold the at-fault party accountable for their actions. And we are here to help you do just that.
The Middlesex County car accident attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have spent more than three decades protecting the rights of injured accident victims, aggressively fighting for justice on their behalf.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our knowledgeable injury attorneys have handled every type of car accident claim — protecting the rights of New Jersey car accident victims and fighting for the compensation they deserve. Our skilled team has represented clients who have experienced the following car accident types and more:
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.
New Jersey is a state that follows a no-fault car insurance system. But what does that mean? When you are involved in a car accident, the personal injury protection (PIP) coverage of your personal automobile insurance policy will pay for the medical treatment and other out-of-pocket expenses — within policy coverage limits — regardless of who is at fault for the accident. That is why it is called “no-fault”. Furthermore, this insurance coverage is provided for any individual that is covered under your car insurance policy.
It is important to understand that PIP coverage only covers financial losses that are the result of the car accident; this no-fault insurance policy does not provide compensation for non-monetary losses such as mental anguish or emotional pain and suffering. PIP coverage also limits your right to sue for emotional pain and suffering unless you sustained serious injuries.
New Jersey’s no-fault car insurance laws can be confusing and difficult to navigate. Contact an experienced New Jersey car accident injury attorney at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC for a free consultation and to get answers to your questions regarding filing an accident claim.
When you have been harmed in a car accident that occurred because someone else was careless, because someone else was reckless and irresponsible, you deserve justice. You deserve just and fair compensation for your injuries, your suffering, and any of the losses that are the result of the car accident.
We understand. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our dedicated accident injury attorneys fight to recover maximum compensation for car accident victims, including any of the following losses and more:
The Middlesex County car accident attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC skillfully represents car accident victims and holds the at-fault parties accountable for their actions. We offer a free consultation to accident victims — get an estimate on what type of compensation you can expect from your accident claim and learn how we can help. Schedule your appointment today.
Middlesex County, New Jersey is located in the northern/central part of the state and bears the nickname “The Greatest County in the Land”. Ranked as the second-most populous county in the Garden State, Middlesex County is home to 825,062 residents. Part of the New York metropolitan region, the county seat in Middlesex County is New Brunswick. In 2019, there were 28,965 car accidents in Middlesex County.
Filing your personal injury claim — for a car accident or another type of accident — must be done before New Jersey’s two-year statute of limitations runs out. The clock starts ticking on the two-year statutory deadline at the time the accident occurred. If you do not file your claim in time, then the New Jersey court will dismiss your case entirely. While there are rare exceptions to this deadline, it is in your best interest to discuss your situation with an experienced car accident injury attorney who can counsel you regarding the next steps. Once your case is dismissed by the court, you will have lost your opportunity to recover any compensation for your accident injuries and other losses.
All states have “implied consent” laws whereby an individual — upon being issued a driver’s license — gives consent to chemical tests and field sobriety tests to determine impairment. If you refuse to submit to testing when a police officer has reasonable suspicion that you are driving while under the influence of alcohol, then you will face penalties. In New Jersey, the penalty for first time refusal of a breathalyzer test is a fine of $300-500, suspension of your drivers’ license until an ignition interlock device is installed for a period of 9-15 months, an automobile insurance surcharge of $1,000 per year for a period of three years, and mandatory participation in an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center for a minimum of six hours per day for two consecutive days.