Long Branch Personal Injury Lawyer
Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. Protects the Rights of Injured Accident Victims in Long Branch, NJ
At Lombardi and Lombardi, we know that suffering injuries in an accident that wasn’t your fault can have a devastating impact on your life and your family. Dealing with the pain of injuries and the financial consequences of medical bills and lost wages due to missed work can leave you feeling anxious and helpless. That is why we believe that the best way to get your life back on track is to have a compassionate, skilled lawyer on your side who works to help you get back control over your life.
For over 35 years, the Long Branch personal injury attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi have fought to protect the rights and interests of accident victims throughout Monmouth County and the state of New Jersey. Our attorneys utilize our firm’s extensive experience and resources to secure maximum compensation for our clients. That’s why we have been able to secure over $400 million dollars in total compensation for the thousands of clients we have helped over the years.
If you or a loved one have been injured through no fault of your own in an accident in Long Branch, schedule a free initial case review with the personal injury lawyers of Lombardi and Lombardi to learn more about your rights and to discuss how we might be able to help you obtain the financial recovery you need and deserve.
Long Branch Personal Injury Cases We Handle
The personal injury lawyers of Lombardi and Lombardi handle a wide range of personal injury cases, including:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Uber/Lyft accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Train accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Dog bites
- Animal attacks
- Slip and fall accidents
- Amusement park accidents
- Sports and recreational accidents
- Inadequate security
- Auto defects
- Dangerous toys
- Defective drugs and medical products
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home abuse and negligence
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Wrongful death
If you or a loved one have been injured through no fault of your own in Long Branch, NJ, let Lombardi and Lombardi fight to help you and your family obtain the full financial recovery you deserve for your injuries and damages.
Lombardi and Lombardi Attorneys Use Their Knowledge and Resources to Achieve Favorable Outcomes in Our Clients’ Personal Injury Cases
When you choose Lombardi and Lombardi to help you in your Long Branch personal injury case, we quickly get to work to develop a strong, persuasive legal claim for the compensation you need and deserve. Our firm will help you through each step of the claim process, including:
- Investigating your accident to secure evidence and identify at-fault parties
- Collaborating with industry-leading experts to develop an effective and persuasive argument in your case
- Helping you document your economic losses and demonstrate your non-economic, pain-and-suffering damages
- Identifying potential sources of compensation, including your own insurance coverage
- Negotiating with at-fault parties and insurers to get you full and fair compensation as efficiently as possible
- Preparing your claim to go to court and all the way to trial, if necessary to give you the best chance at maximizing the value of your claim
Our ultimate goal is to ensure that you receive the full and fair compensation you deserve. We work to not only make sure you are reimbursed for your financial losses but also for the non-economic damages you’ve endured as a result of your injuries. We fight to secure compensation for damages such as:
- Medical expenses
- Costs of long-term personal care
- Lost wages
- Lost earning potential
- Pain and suffering
- Lost quality of life
- Loss of consortium or family companionship
We will not rest until you are made whole following an accident that wasn’t your fault.
Schedule a Case Evaluation with a Long Branch Personal Injury Lawyer at Lombardi and Lombardi Today
Injured by someone else’s negligent or reckless acts in Long Branch, New Jersey? Contact Lombardi and Lombardi today to schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney to discuss the details of your case and to learn more about your legal rights and options for compensation and how our firm can help you maximize the value of your personal injury claim.
About Long Branch, NJ
Long Branch is a city located in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Long Branch was formed in 1867 as the Long Branch Commission, from portions of Ocean Township; the city was officially incorporated in 1903, replacing the Long Branch Commission. The area of present-day Long Branch got its start in the late 18th century as a beach resort town, becoming a popular performance destination for numerous theatrical performers and visited by multiple U.S. presidents during the 1800s, commemorated by local sites such as Seven Presidents Park and the Church of the Presidents. Although suffering from decline in the mid 20th century, by the turn of the 21st century Long Branch was redeveloped back into a desirable resort community.
Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury in Long Branch, NJ
Our personal injury attorneys work diligently to thoroughly investigate your accident. In most cases, we can identify at least one party that may bear some fault for causing your accident, whether that is the government if your accident was caused by hitting a pothole on the highway, or the manufacturer of a product that you were injured by. If we cannot identify a party that may be liable to you for your injuries, then in all likelihood you did not have a personal injury claim to begin with.
If you want to bring a personal injury lawsuit, you have a limited period in which to file your lawsuit. This period is called the statute of limitations. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations for a personal injury lawsuit is two years from the date of your accident or injury. If you don’t file your lawsuit prior to the end of the limitations period in your case, the court can dismiss your lawsuit and you may lose your right to compensation.