Category Archive: Personal Injury

  • What is a Catastrophic Injury?

    Accidents happen, and when they do, the injuries sustained can range from minor cuts or scrapes to more serious injuries that can be catastrophic. An injury is usually classified as “catastrophic” when it happens abruptly and results in injuries to a victim that are life-changing, permanent or have long-term consequences.  Catastrophic injuries can be overwhelmingly costly, and every victim should discuss a possible legal case with a New Jersey personal injury attorney right away. 

    Types of Catastrophic Injuries

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  • Most Common Christmas Injuries

    The holidays are both a time of joy and, unfortunately, a time of accidents. As people rush to get to holiday parties, or shoppers rush about trying to get an in-demand gift, accidents happen. If you have been in an accident and suffered a personal injury this holiday season and were not at fault, you might be entitled to damages. Experienced personal injury attorneys from the Varcadipane & Pinnisi, PC are here to answer any questions you might have about your Christmas injury, and we invite you to read on to learn more about the most common read more
  • The Personal Injury Medical Expenses In NYC

    Anyone who wants to discuss Personal Injury Medical Expenses should talk about their rights with our NYC personal injury attorneys. It is a fact of life that accidents happen, the one thing that often follows is a pile of medical bills. However, the concern over medical bills should never stop you from seeking the medical attention you need for accidental injuries. First, your physical health should be your priority, and second, someone else might be liable for your treatment costs.

    Liability for Personal Injuries

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  • $2,400,000 Verdict For Herniated Disc With Surgery

    Upheld By Superior Court Of New Jersey, Appellate Division


    Plaintiff sustained a herniated disc as a result of defendants’ truck collision with plaintiff’s parked vehicle. The jury heard evidence that the herniated disc was surgically removed but the forty-year-old plaintiff has and will continue to live with persistent back pain and discomfort. The jury awarded plaintiff $2

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