Union Personal Injury Lawyer
Dedicated Personal Injury Attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. Work to Protect the Rights and Interest of Injured Victims of Accidents in Union, NJ
Being seriously injured after an accident is already a tragic situation. When your accident was caused by the wrongful acts of another party, you deserve to seek justice against those who have wronged you. The law entitles you to pursue a personal injury claim against those persons and entities whose negligence, recklessness, willful wrongs, or other legal fault has caused you to suffer injury. Even though you may strongly believe you are entitled to financial recovery following an accident that wasn’t your fault, pursuing a personal injury claim is not a simple task.
To give yourself the best chance at securing the maximum compensation you are entitled to, you need aggressive, experienced, skilled attorneys who will leave no stone unturned in ensuring you have the strongest possible legal claim. At Lombardi and Lombardi, our Union, NJ personal injury attorneys have fought for the rights and interests of injured accident victims since 1975. We believe in putting whatever work is necessary for our clients to receive full and fair compensation for their injuries and damages. Our tireless pursuit of justice for our clients has led us to recover over $400 million in compensation for our clients over the years through negotiated settlement and verdicts at trial.
If you or a loved one have been injured through no fault of your own, don’t delay contacting Lombardi and Lombardi to schedule an initial case evaluation with one of our Union personal injury attorneys to learn more about your legal rights and to discuss how we can help you with your personal injury claim.
Types of Union Personal Injury Cases We Handle
The Union personal injury lawyers of Lombardi and Lombardi have helped clients successfully pursue monetary compensation in all different kinds of personal injury cases, including:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Uber/Lyft accidents
- Train accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Dog bites
- Sports and recreational accidents
- Amusement park accidents
- Slip/trip and fall accidents
- Inadequate security incidents
- Auto defects
- Dangerous toys
- Defective machinery
- Defective drugs and medical devices
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home neglect and abuse
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injury
- Wrongful death
No matter what kind of accident you may have suffered, when that accident was caused by the negligent or wrongful acts of another party, Lombardi and Lombardi can help you hold the at-fault party responsible to compensate you for your injuries and damages.
Lombardi and Lombardi Will Fight to Get You and Your Family the Maximum Compensation You Deserve for Your Injuries and Damages
When you have Lombardi and Lombardi on your side in your Union personal injury case, you can expect that we will aggressively pursue maximum compensation for all of the damages you may have suffered as a result of your injuries, including:
- Medical expenses, such as hospital bills, physical therapy, prescription medication, and medical equipment
- Costs of long-term care if you are left disabled by your injuries
- Lost wages for missed work, or lost earning capacity if you cannot return to work
- Pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life
Our legal team works diligently in every personal injury case to build the strongest, most effective legal arguments for our clients. We take the time to thoroughly investigate our clients’ accident and injuries to get the evidence we need to show how our client’s accident occurred and who was at fault. We work with our clients to help them document their damages, including lost wages and medical bills, along with emotional damages from pain and suffering and lost quality of life. We aggressively negotiate with insurance companies and defense law firms to get full and fair compensation as efficiently as possible; however, we are always preparing to take our client’s case to court and trial, if it becomes necessary, so that the other side knows we are serious about getting you the maximum value of your claim.
Schedule a Case Evaluation Today with an Experienced Union Personal Injury Lawyer at Lombardi and Lombardi
Hurt in an accident in Union, New Jersey that wasn’t your fault? You deserve to hold negligent or reckless parties responsible when their actions cause you injury. Contact the Union personal injury attorneys of Lombardi and Lombardi today to set up a free, no-obligation initial consultation to discuss the details of your case with our attorneys and to learn more about your legal rights and how our firm will fight to get you the financial recovery you need and deserve.
About Union, NJ
Union is a township located in Union County, New Jersey. The area of present-day Union was called Connecticut Farms during the 18th century. Originally settled by European colonists in 1667, Union was the third English-speaking settlement in New Jersey after Elizabeth and Newark. During the Revolutionary War, Union was the site of the Battle of Connecticut Farms. Union was officially incorporated by the New Jersey Legislature in 1808 from portions of Elizabeth Township, which the community was still part of Essex County. Union became part of the newly-formed Union County of 1857. A largely residential community, Union is today home to Kean University.
Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury in Union, NJ
You should consult with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your accident or injury. You may need to move quickly to secure evidence that may be critical to your claim, and you may have a limited period of time in which to assert important rights to the compensation you need and deserve. Our attorneys will hit the ground running in your case to thoroughly investigate your claim, identify the possible at-fault parties, and begin negotiating to get you a full financial recovery.
Possibly. In New Jersey, comparative negligence laws allow an injured party to recover compensation even if he or she was partially at fault for his or her own injuries, provided he or she is not more at fault than the other at-fault parties. However, his or her compensation will be reduced by his or her share of fault. For example, if you are found to be 20 percent at fault for your accident and injuries and suffered $100,000 in damages, your compensation will be reduced by $20,000 to account for your share of fault.