Most people believe their insurance company has their best interests at heart and will treat them fairly if they’re hurt in an accident. After all, drivers and others in the State of New Jersey pay hefty sums to comply with state law mandating they carry insurance at all times. Unfortunately, however, this isn’t the case; insurers are for-profit companies that care about their bottom line – a bottom line that gets bigger the less money they pay for injury victims’ claims. To achieve their goal there are several sneaky, manipulative tactics they often use against victims like you.
Recovering for personal injuries from an accident in New Jersey is often a complicated process that takes time and involves investigation, negotiation, and even litigation. Understandably, innocent injury victims mistakenly believe the responsible party’s insurer will pay their damage. However, an average individual doesn’t have the knowledge or persistence to battle and insurance company and win. Many victims after the fact wish they did things differently to help their claim.
Like most New Jersey personal injury law firms, we take on all our personal injury clients on a contingency fee arrangement, but there can be a lot of confusion about what this legal payment structure means and whether you end up paying more than you thought at the end of your case. When you hire us as your New Jersey personal injury lawyers, you don’t pay us unless we win, and our fees are fair, and our service is outstanding.
The vaping craze is in full swing, with many new people trying vaping just to see what it is like. Other people are using vaping to stop smoking, but have no idea that the vaping products often and usually contain more nicotine than a regular cigarette. There is a myth that a vaping e-cigarette is less dangerous than smoking a full-bodied cigarette. But in fact, vaping products cause explosions, fires and electronic burns.
If you have been injured in an accident and experienced personal injuries, it is difficult to recover from that. You will need time to heal from your loss, and may not have considered initiating a lawsuit. But you should consider starting a claim legally, to get the money back that you need to recover completely. This is especially true when you have had a serious personal injury as the result of an accident. If there is an at fault party, such as with a car accident that was not your fault, you will still need to go through the process to recover fully from the loss, before you can get back to normal. In the meantime, you may have medical bills and expenses that will start to pile up, and that need to be paid.
People are going to shopping malls more now, as they want to get out of the house after pandemic restrictions. Although there are options to buy merchandise and products online, many shoppers still prefer to go to a store and touch and feel the purchases first. But the malls are at lowered personnel and operating at skeleton staffing, because of the lowered participation in the public visiting them in the last few years. This means that the shopping malls are not as maintained as they used to be, and there will be more hazards for you to be injured by as a result.
We know that this is the season for ice and snow in our region, and of course it is a nuisance to have to continually clean off the sidewalk areas after a major or even a minor storm. But has anyone stopped to consider the dangers of slipping on ice on an uncleared sidewalk? You can fall backwards and suffer a serious injury. When you slip and fall backwards unexpectedly, you can be taken off guard. In that time, you will be likely to become seriously injured, and succumb to a traumatic brain injury or TBI. This type of injury is serious indeed, because it can cause permanent damage to your brain…..
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