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Union County Car Accident Lawyers

Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers Hold Negligent Drivers Accountable For Car Accidents In Union County, New Jersey

Car accidents are nothing new in the Garden State. But that doesn’t diminish the seriousness of a motor vehicle accident or the impact that the injuries may have on a victim’s life.

From ongoing medical treatment to mounting medical bills, the aftermath of a car accident can leave you wondering what happened to your life as you knew it. Let us help.

The Union County car accident lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have been protecting the rights of car accident victims since 1984. Our experienced attorneys hold negligent drivers accountable for their actions, recovering maximum compensation for our clients.

New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys Successfully Represent Union County Car Accident Victims

Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC has a demonstrated track record of successful representation of car accident victims. Our experienced legal team has experience handling car accident claims from a wide variety of accidents including:

Injured in a car accident? Schedule a confidential case evaluation with one of the accident attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC at no charge to you.

What Kind Of Compensation Can I Recover In A Car Accident Claim In Union County, New Jersey?

When you are hurt in a car accident that is caused by another person or entity’s negligent actions, you can seek to recover compensation for your injuries and other losses by filing a personal injury claim in New Jersey’s civil courts. Providing negligence meets the legal standard, you may receive compensation for any of the following losses:

The purpose of compensatory damages is to compensate the injured party for the harm that they endured in the accident. Compensatory damages are not intended to punish the at-fault party.

New Jersey’s Rules When More Than One Party Is Responsible For A Car Accident 

After a car accident, most injured victims may falsely assume that the issue of who is responsible for the accident is perfectly clear. But negligence must be proven in a car accident and in many cases, the driver that is responsible for the accident will claim that the injured person is at least somewhat at fault. An experienced personal injury attorney can evaluate the merits of your car accident case to determine whether your claim satisfies the legal standard of negligence.

When more than one party is responsible for a car accident, New Jersey’s “modified comparative fault” rules apply. Under these laws, the compensation that the injured person may recover is reduced by a level that reflects their portion of the blame for the accident. So if the level of fault is 10 percent, the damage award will be reduced by 10 percent. New Jersey does not allow compensation to be recovered when the injured person is more than 50 percent responsible for their accident.

Get the Maximum Compensation For Your Union County Car Accident 

When you or a loved one has been hurt in a car accident, you deserve to recover the maximum compensation for your injuries. But doing so is rarely a straightforward process; the at-fault party will likely argue that you share some level of blame for the accident and the insurance company may question the level of injuries you claim to have endured.

Let us help. The Union County car accident lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have dedicated more than 36 years to fighting on behalf of accident victims to recover just compensation for their losses. We offer a free consultation to accident victims, where we will review the basis of your claim, explain the process, and provide an estimate of the compensation you may be entitled to recover. Contact our office to schedule your free case evaluation today. 

About Union County, New Jersey

Union County, New Jersey ranks seventh in population among New Jersey’s 21 counties. Union County is part of the New York metropolitan region and is home to 556,341 residents. Elizabeth, New Jersey is the county seat of Union County. In 2019, there were 20,377 car accidents in Union County.

Frequently Asked Questions About Union County Car Accident Claims

FAQ: Can I just accept the initial settlement offer from the other driver’s insurance company?

While you can accept the initial settlement offer from the other driver’s insurance company, it is not in your best interests. Initial settlement offers typically fall far below the level of compensation that you are entitled to receive for your accident injuries and other losses. For the best possible outcome in your case, consult with an experienced car accident attorney before accepting any offers.

FAQ: What should I do if I have been involved in a car accident?

If you have been involved in a car accident, there are steps to take that can help support a personal injury claim if you suffered injuries. First, report the accident to the police. Emergency medical personnel will also arrive who can tend to any injuries. Use your cell phone to take video and photographs of the scene of the accident, including any vehicle damage, road conditions, position of the cars, lighting, and traffic signs. If possible, take photos of your physical injuries. Obtain the contact information from all those who were involved in the accident, as well as any witnesses to the accident. Then contact an experienced car accident attorney; Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC offers a free case evaluation to accident victims.

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