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Have you or your loved one suffered a serious injury from an accident? At Varcadipane & Pinnisi, PC, we have the experience, skill, and dedication it takes to help you recover the maximum compensation permitted under the law for your injuries.
We regularly litigate personal injury cases in New York and New Jersey in the Federal and State Courts and we have obtained millions of dollars in recoveries for our clients.
Give us a call or send us an email to arrange an immediate free consultation with a Personal injury Lawyer in Paramus, NJ. In almost every case, we will handle your personal injury claim at no upfront cost and we only recover a fee as a percentage of what we recover for you. Call us now to learn more.
Typically, “negligence” claims involve a person or company that has caused harm or damages to others because they failed to act reasonably. Generally, a party is liable if they act without reasonable care or fail to act when a reasonable person would have, and someone suffers an injury as a result.
In general, a negligence claim requires proving negligence involves establishing four “elements” or issues in your case. These elements are:
If you have been injured by a dangerous or defective product or device, you may have a viable product liability claim against the company that designed, manufactured, distributed, and/or sold the device. Product liability law typically allows an injured party to recover money damages if the injury was caused by defective design, manufacturing, or marketing of that product or if the injury was caused because the product did not provide adequate warnings of known hazards.
A product liability claim is based on the legal theory of “strict liability”. This theory means that the plaintiff only has to prove that the plaintiff suffered damages caused by the product. In other words, the plaintiff does not have to prove negligence. Instead, the plaintiff must provide an actual loss caused by a defective product used as a reasonable individual would have used it.
If you believe you have sustained an injury as the result of a defective product or because the product lacked adequate warnings, the law may entitle you to compensation.
Professional malpractice is the action or inaction by a professional that violates the generally accepted standard applicable to that professional’s practice. Types of professional malpractice include Medical Malpractice; Chiropractic Malpractice; Architectural Malpractice; and, Engineering Malpractice.
If you believe you have sustained an injury as a result of a professional’s malpractice, the law may entitle you to compensation.
To establish a claim for professional malpractice, you must prove that the professional in question:
Around these, you may find you as a victim of:
There are some preferable steps that you may want to take if you’ve been injured in an accident in New Jersey. These include:
The time for filing a claim for your injury is limited. In New Jersey, you have around two years to file a case.
It’s important to take into account that the sooner you the action to do so the better, that is because it will be easy for your attorney to collect information and handle all interactions with insurance adjusters.
It’s very important to retain a personal injury attorney to get involved in your case. A competent attorney will assist you with the best way to go about securing the right compensation for both physical and psychological injuries.
Suppose you’ve been injured in a slip-and-fall accident, a car wreck, or another incident where another person’s negligence caused you injury. In that case, you could be considering filing a personal injury claim in New Jersey’s civil court system. If so, it’s important to understand the statute of limitations for New Jersey personal injury cases. A statute of limitations is a law that places a strictly-enforced time limitation on your right to file a personal injury lawsuit in a New Jersey court.
Two years is the time limit for filing New Jersey personal injury claims. Whether you were injured due to negligence or whether your injury was caused by an intentional tort, two years is the deadline for filing most types of personal injury lawsuits in New Jersey. When another individual’s careless or intentional behavior causes damage to you, and you want to file a claim for damages in a New Jersey court, you only have two years to file a complaint and any necessary documentation. The clock starts ticking after the date of your accident.
If more than two years have gone by since your accident, but you hire a personal injury lawyer to file your lawsuit anyway, the person you’re trying to sue will file a motion to dismiss, and the court will dismiss your case. After that, you’ve lost your privilege to ask a New Jersey court for damages for your injuries or losses, no matter how serious they might be.
It is crucial that you observe New Jersey’s personal injury statute of limitations if you plan to take your personal injury case to court by filing a lawsuit.
There are a few circumstances that might push back the running of the statute of limitations or pause the statute of limitations period once it has started. This will effectively extend your filing deadline.
Examples of circumstances that could extend the New Jersey personal injury filing deadline include:
If you have any further questions about how the New Jersey statute of limitations works or applies to your personal injury claim, discuss your situation with one of the best New Jersey personal injury attorneys. There is no fee to schedule an initial consultation.
If you are looking for an experienced personal injury lawyer in or around Paramus, NJ, please call us at (201) 588-1500 or send us an email to arrange an immediate free consultation. With very little information, we can quickly tell you what services we offer and our fees.
Give us a call at (201) 588-1500 or (212) 390-8275 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an immediate free consultation with a Personal Injury attorney at our New Jersey office right away. If you are unable to come to us, we will come to you. There are no up-front fees or expenses for Personal Injury clients, ever; we only collect a legal fee if we recover money for you on your claim.
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