Plainfield, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers
New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers Put Experience to Work for Injured Clients in Plainfield and Throughout Union County
Sustaining any type of injury can cause serious setbacks to the injured party, but when you have sustained an injury because someone else was careless or negligent, you have a legal right to financial compensation from the responsible person or organization. Even if the accident that caused your injuries was just that—an accident—when a third party fails to exercise the caution necessary to keep others safe, they are financially responsible for that failure. While the legal right to compensation might seem simple on its face, in reality pursuing a claim for compensation in a personal injury case can be complicated by negligent parties who disclaim responsibility, insurance companies that offer unfair settlements and a myriad of other factors specific to your particular case.
Our skilled personal injury lawyers have been successfully helping clients recover the compensation that they need in Plainfield and Union County since the 1970s, and we have helped thousands of clients move forward with their lives after suffering a personal injury. Contact us today to see how we can help you navigate the legal system and maximize the amount of financial compensation to which you may be entitled to recover from a careless third party.
Practical Breakdown of Personal Injury Claims in Plainfield, NJ
Personal injury lawsuits are the vehicle used to obtain compensation for an extremely wide variety of injuries caused by any number of different accidents. Common types of accidents in which Plainfield residents may be injured include:
- Motor vehicle accidents. Car accidents, bus accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, Uber and Lyft accidents are just some of the types of motor vehicle accidents that cause injuries on the Plainfield roadways on a daily basis.
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents. When a pedestrian or bicyclist is struck by a motor vehicle in Plainfield, the personal injuries that can result may be much more serious than those sustained in car-on-car crashes.
- Premises liability. Slip and fall accidents can cause serious injuries when a property owner is negligent in his or her duty to safely maintain the property.
- Defective products. Manufacturers and designers have a duty to ensure that products available to consumers are reasonably safe for their intended purposes. When defective products cause injuries, those entities can be held financially responsible.
- Medical malpractice. Unfortunately, medical malpractice is one of the leading causes of personal injury in the United States. Doctors, nurses, medical technicians, hospitals and medical facilities are among those who can be held responsible for negligent medical care.
- Dog bites. Dog bites and other animal attacks can cause serious injuries and infections. Animal owners can be held legally responsible for the actions of their animals.
- Construction site accidents. Constructions sites are some of the most dangerous areas in Union County. Whether you were injured in a forklift accident or some other type of construction site accident, we will fight to hold the negligent party responsible.
- Catastrophic injury. We handle personal injury cases that result in catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, paralysis, and severe burns.
- Wrongful death. Personal injury lawsuits can lead to the tragic death of your loved one, and our lawyers will fight to hold the negligent party responsible via a wrongful death lawsuit.
Our Dedicated Personal Injury Lawyers Believe in Taking a Customized Approach to Plainfield, NJ Personal Injury Cases
In our dedicated personal injury practice, we have handled almost every basic type of personal injury accident case imaginable—and have come to realize that every single case and client is unique despite the presence of similar circumstances. This is why we take a personalized approach to formulating custom strategies for every client we take on in our Plainfield personal injury practice and are always there to help our clients understand what is happening in their case—as we strive to get the best possible outcome that will help you accomplish your individual goals.
Call Today to Schedule a Free Initial Consultation with Our Experienced Plainfield, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers
If you have suffered any type of personal injury in Plainfield or elsewhere in Union County, NJ, call our offices today to schedule a free initial consultation to explore options for pursuing compensation in your case. You can also fill out this secure online form, and one of our personal injury lawyers will respond promptly.
About Plainfield, NJ
Plainfield is located in Union County, New Jersey and has a population that is estimated at around 51,327 as of 2017. Known as the “Queen City” because of the historical belief that Plainfield’s climate was beneficial for certain respiratory illnesses (and was promoted as being the “Denver of the East”, whereas Denver was known as the Queen City of the plains). Plainfield has cold winters and hot, humid summers. In recent years, Plainfield’s historical homes and business districts have undergone a revitalization and Plainfield is currently home to several historic districts, including the Hillside Avenue Historic District and the Van Wyck Brooks Historic District.
Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Cases in Plainfield, NJ
Our lawyers will conduct a detailed evaluation of your injuries, in addition to the circumstances giving rise to those injuries, to maximize your compensation award, which may include: medical expense reimbursements, payments for future medical expenses and rehabilitative care, lost wages, lost future earning potential, loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering and more.
It is, of course, impossible to accurately price the pain and suffering that you experience when you suffer an injury in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence. The actual pain of the injury, the suffering caused by the treatment and recovery, the stress of the incident and recovery as a whole and the overall impact on your life will all be taken into account in determining the “value” of your pain and suffering for legal purposes. For example, if the accident causes a broken leg, you’re in a cast for a few months, and once the cast is removed you are healed, your pain and suffering damages will be less “valuable” than in a case where your injuries cause a permanent, ongoing need for painful treatments—such as in a case involving severe burns.