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Piscataway Car Accident Lawyers

Contact Our Experienced Middlesex County Car Accident Lawyers For Assistance And Legal Guidance After A Car Accident

Car accidents can lead to substantial amounts of pain and suffering, as well as significant financial losses and damages. While basic insurance coverage policies can help you get back on your feet after an accident, it can be tricky navigating the complexities of personal injury law and the many requirements of insurance companies when evaluating your damages, gathering evidence, and filing a claim, especially if you are injured. The Piscataway car accident lawyers with Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. can help.

Contact us today for a free case evaluation. We will help you gather evidence, quantify your losses, and investigate the cause of your accident so that you can file the right claim at the right time for the right damages. If you have grounds for a lawsuit, we will help you put together and file a lawsuit for damages as well.

Compensable Damages That Our Piscataway Car Accident Lawyers Can Help You Pursue

Different damages are covered by different insurance policies. For example, personal injury protection, or PIP, can be used for medical expenses, whereas liability coverage, which is also required by law, cannot be used for medical expenses.

We will help you understand which policies apply to which damages. We will also help you pursue compensation for the personal injuries and damages most commonly seen in car accident cases, such as:

If you lost income because of an inability to work, suffered vehicle damage, or have funeral or burial expenses to pay, we will help you determine which of these losses you may be able to include in your claim.

Our Piscataway Car Accident Lawyers Will Help With The Personal Injury Claim Filing Process

In general, to file a personal injury claim for damages after a car accident, you are required to:

Why You Should Seek Expert Legal Representation By Our Piscataway Car Accident Lawyers For Your Case

Insurers are armed with dedicated legal teams whose sole aim is to reduce the liability and compensation payouts that the insurer has to make. Winning fair compensation and negotiating a fair settlement with such teams can be difficult, but to ensure that you win whatever compensation your insurance policies entitle you to, we will help you:

Contact The Piscataway Car Accident Lawyers Team With Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. Today

You can contact the legal team at Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. here for assistance with your case. The sooner you initiate legal proceedings for your case, the better. A failure to file a claim or lawsuit within the applicable deadlines can harm your case, and medical bills and other outlays can quickly add up after an accident, so we encourage you to contact us today for a free consultation. We provide services on a contingency fee basis and you pay nothing unless we win a settlement payout or claim for you.

About Piscataway, NJ

Piscataway is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It has a population of about 55,000 and was appropriated in 1666 by Quakers and Baptists who had come from New Hampshire. It is the fifth-oldest municipality in New Jersey and is steeped in Native American history. It is home to advanced educational and research facilities thanks to the presence of Rutgers University that is partially located within the township, and Money magazine ranked Piscataway 23rd out of the top 100 places to live in America in 2008.

Frequently Asked Questions About Car Accidents In Piscataway, NJ

FAQ: What kinds of evidence are needed to prove my case?

You can use a variety of evidence to substantiate your claims for compensation, including the official police report of the accident, video footage from dash cams or surveillance cameras that show how the accident unfolded, eyewitness statements, and vehicle black box data. You can also obtain the test results of drivers involved in the accident to prove drug, alcohol, or medicine consumption by an at-fault driver, as well as driving logs or cell phone data from an at-fault driver to show that he or she was guilty of drowsy or distracted driving.

FAQ: By when should I file my claim?

For lawsuits, you must file your claim within the statutes of limitations, which for personal injury cases in New Jersey is two years from when the accident that caused your injuries occurred. If you are only filing a personal injury claim with your insurer, you are encouraged to file as quickly as you can. The standard filing window for claims with your insurer is between 30 and 60 days, although you should check the fine print of your policies to be sure as this time frame varies from insurer to insurer.

FAQ: How much insurance should I purchase?

The answer to this depends on the type of vehicle you drive, your driving history, and how much you drive. Medical treatment costs are usually the largest cost category for car accidents, so you may choose to increase your PIP minimums to cover higher medical treatment expenses if you are ever involved in an accident that leads to bodily injury to you or others. You can also purchase rideshare coverage, passenger coverage, collision coverage, and/or comprehensive coverage to cover you in different accident scenarios.



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