New Brunswick Personal Injury Lawyers
Seasoned Personal Injury Lawyers Provide Strong Legal Support for Accident Victims in New Brunswick and Elsewhere in Middlesex County
Recovering from the physical injuries caused by an accident can be painful, but the actual process of recovering financial compensation when those injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence should not be. Unfortunately, insurance companies often respond to damage claims with unreasonably low settlement offers that can initiate a tedious back-and-forth that can require you to struggle to get the compensation you deserve to pay for mounting medical expenses and even your basic living expenses during recovery.
At Lombardi & Lombardi, P.A., we believe that recovering the compensation to which you are justly entitled should not be such a complicated undertaking, and we are here to step in to help ease the burden for our injured clients in New Brunswick and Middlesex County, NJ. We have the experience necessary to ascertain the compensation to which you are rightfully entitled and to anticipate the evasive maneuvers that the insurance company will take to avoid paying that compensation. If you have sustained injuries in an accident in New Brunswick or elsewhere in New Jersey, contact us today so that we can get to work in your case.
We Handle All Types of Personal Injury Cases for New Brunswick, NJ Clients
In total, our personal injury lawyers have over forty years’ worth of experience helping clients recover compensation in personal injury cases. The legal assistance we provide varies in every case—some cases require full investigations, extensive paperwork, witness depositions and a trial by jury, while others can be resolved quickly once our respected personal injury lawyers begin negotiations with the insurance company. Some common types of accidents that we have seen in New Brunswick personal injury cases include:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Taxi, Uber and Lyft accidents
- Bus accidents
- Truck accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Defective products cases
- Medical malpractice
Regardless of how you were injured, you need an experienced and trustworthy personal injury lawyer to fight for your right to full and fair compensation for those injuries, and we are here to help.
Trusted Personal Injury Lawyers Help New Brunswick, NJ Clients Navigate the Entire Process of Recovering Financial Compensation
Our dedicated team of personal injury lawyers are proud to provide each and every one of our clients with comprehensive legal representation through every aspect of their personal injury claims process. Although the process can vary between cases, our lawyers will handle:
- The investigation into your case, which can include interviewing witnesses, obtaining photographic or video evidence and even consulting with accident reconstruction experts to build a strong case as to the cause of your accident,
- Compiling the documentation necessary to establish your out-of-pocket costs related to the accident thus far, including compiling evidence of any lost wages,
- Consulting with medical experts to ascertain the cost of treating your injuries going forward,
- Preparing all documentation relating to your claim, including insurance claims forms and the formal documents necessary to file a lawsuit if your case proceeds to trial,
- Arguing your case in court if formal adjudication is necessary.
Call Today to Schedule a Free Initial Consultation to Discuss Your New Brunswick Personal Injury Case with the Experienced Lawyers at Lombardi & Lombardi, P.A.
The skilled personal injury lawyers at Lombardi & Lombardi, P.A. fully understand how important it is for you to put your accident and injuries behind you if at all possible, and we are here to make the legal process for recovering financial compensation as smooth as possible in your case. Call us today, or fill out this secure online contact form, to schedule a free initial consultation to see how we can help in your case.
About New Brunswick, NJ
New Brunswick is the county seat of Middlesex County, New Jersey, and is located about 27 miles southwest of New York City. Home to Rutgers University, New Brunswick is a growing community with approximately 56,910 residents as of 2016. New Brunswick was originally populated by the Lenape Native American tribe, but the area gets its modern name from its German roots. Today, New Brunswick continues to be home to a large Hungarian population, as well as growing Asian and Hispanic communities. Although New Brunswick is considered to be part of the New York City metropolitan area, it is also only about 53 miles from Philadelphia, making the area an important hub in New Jersey.
Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Cases in New Brunswick, NJ
FAQ: I just want to recover from my injuries and put the accident behind me, how do I know whether I should pursue a lawsuit for a personal injury case?
First, not all personal injury claims end up in court—we can often resolve your case by reaching a fair settlement with the insurance company. The extent to which you want to pursue a claim for compensation after an injury is, of course, entirely up to you. In making the decision, one key element will be the extent of your injuries and the cost of treatment. When you are left with significant medical bills and/or are unable to work, you may need to pursue your right to compensation to protect your financial future and your family. It is also important to remember that recovering compensation from a negligent third party who caused you to suffer is your legal right—you should not have to pay for someone else’s careless actions.
FAQ: The insurance company sent a representative to the hospital after I was injured in an accident. Do I have to talk to the insurance adjuster?
Not without a lawyer present. You can request that your lawyer be present during any statement you give to the insurance adjuster, and you can also request that your lawyer review any written statement that you are asked to provide to the insurance company. It is important to remember that the insurance adjuster, while he or she may seem friendly, is not actually on your side and has a financial motivation to minimize the compensation to which you are entitled.