Wall Township, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers
Personal Injury Lawyers Committed to Holding Negligent Parties Responsible for Their Actions in Wall Township, NJ
The financial cost of sustaining a personal injury can be shocking even after health insurance has paid its portion of your medical expenses. If you have sustained injuries in an accident that was caused by another party’s negligent actions, you need a lawyer who you can trust to aggressively advocate on your behalf and who will remain by your side every step of the way as you navigate the New Jersey personal injury claims process.
At Lombardi & Lombardi, P.A., we not only have the experience and drive necessary to succeed in personal injury cases, but we also have the substantial financial resources that will be necessary to make sure you receive fair compensation for your injuries. We believe in taking a client-centric approach to every case we take on so that we can understand the true impact of your injuries, as well as your future goals and preferences. Contact our experienced Wall Township personal injury lawyers so that we can begin investigating your personal injury case as soon as possible.
Common Causes of Personal injuries in Wall Township, NJ
Accidents happen in the blink of an eye and can cause significant consequences that may last weeks, months or even a lifetime. Common types of accidents that our lawyers see in Wall Township personal injury cases include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Premises liability cases
- Medical malpractice
- Car accidents
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Truck accidents, including those involving semi-trucks and tractor-trailers
- Construction accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Dog bite injuries
- Dangerous consumer products
- Wrongful death cases
Knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyers at Lombardi & Lombardi, P.A. Have Been Advocating for Injured Clients’ Rights in Wall Township, NJ for Over Forty Years
Regardless of whether you were injured in a car accident, slip and fall accident or otherwise in Wall Township, our resourceful team of personal injury lawyers will conduct a full investigation to establish liability in your case. Our detailed investigation will also include:
- Determining how your personal injury impacted your daily life,
- Evaluating whether your injury made it difficult, impossible or less enjoyable to participate in activities that you previously enjoyed,
- Consulting with your treating physician and other medical experts to estimate the out-of-pocket cost of your medical and rehabilitative care,
- Consulting with medical experts to determine whether your injury will likely be permanent,
- Estimating how much time you will have to miss from work because of the injury,
- Evaluating whether you will be able to return to the same employment once you have recovered sufficiently,
- Discussing the emotional impact that the accident had on various aspects of your personal life,
- Gathering evidence as to the treatments required with respect to your injury to gauge the extent of your physical pain and suffering.
Our skilled lawyers leave no stone unturned in evaluating all aspects of your injury so that we can recover the most comprehensive compensation package possible in your case.
Call the Dedicated Wall Township Personal Injury Lawyers at Lombardi & Lombardi, P.A. for a Free Initial Consultation to Discuss Your Right to Compensation
If you have sustained injuries in an accident in Wall Township or Monmouth County, NJ, call our offices today to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case. We provide all potential clients with this free consultation so that you first have the opportunity to meet with our attorneys without financial risk and learn about our experience and skills as attorneys before you make a decision to retain our services. You can either call our offices or fill out this secure online contact form and one of our attorneys will respond promptly to discuss your case.
About Wall Township, New Jersey
Wall Township is located in Monmouth County, New Jersey and was named for a general in the army during the War of 1812, Garret D. Wall, who later went on to become a quartermaster general and a U.S. senator. As of 2016, an estimated 25,987 residents live in Wall Township, which covers approximately 31.737 square miles in Monmouth County. Both the Garden State Parkway and Interstate 195 run through Wall Township, which is also served by New Jersey Transit’s bus system for service to Philadelphia, which is about 70 miles away, while New York City is about 62 miles north of Wall Township.
Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Wall Township, NJ
FAQ: What is the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury case in New Jersey?
The statute of limitations for most personal injury lawsuits in New Jersey is two years from the date of the accident that caused your injuries. That two-year limitations period may be extended under several sets of special circumstances. For example, in a medical malpractice personal injury lawsuit, the statute of limitations may not begin to run until the date that you discovered (or should have discovered) that the malpractice occurred. For minors, the limitations period may not begin to arise until the minor reaches age 18.
FAQ: Is there anything that I should refrain from doing if I was injured in an accident in Wall Township and think I might have to file a claim for damages relating to my personal injury?
Yes. If you suffered injuries in an accident, an insurance adjuster might contact you—or the person who caused the accident might contact you directly—to either get a statement as to your account of the accident or make an initial settlement offer. The conversation might even be framed as simply checking to see how your recovery is going. Either way, it is important that you refrain from making any statements—even seemingly casual statements—as those statements may be used against you at a later date. Further, it’s important that you avoid posting to social media until your claim is resolved. The negligent party’s defense team and insurance adjusters can use your social media posts against you, for example, to show that your injury was not as severe as you made it out to be.