Personal Injury Lawsuit in NJ
If you are considering filing a NJ personal injury lawsuit, you want to seek the guidance of an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. The successful outcome of any NJ personal injury case depends on the lawyer’s ability to gather vital case evidence. When our lawyers at Shamy & Shamy, L.L.C. take a case, investigation of the injury or accident scene begins immediately.
Successful outcomes rely on sufficient evidence
Our firm draws on the expertise of other professionals to amass evidence and assess the extent of damages, such as:
- Private investigators
- Accident reconstructionists
- Forensic specialists
- Medical specialists
- Financial advisors
Extensive preparation goes into handling a complex case
Our NJ personal injury lawyers determine the underlying causes of the accident or incident that resulted in injury. Many times, multiple factors or parties are involved. For example, think of an accident case where roads were in disrepair, the driver was intoxicated, and the roof of the involved SUV was crushed in when it did not maintain integrity during a rollover.
Complex cases, in particular, require hard work and thorough analysis merely to establish cause and identify liable parties. Shamy & Shamy, L.L.C. is known for handling just such kinds of complex NJ personal injury lawsuits.
We require even further evidence to support the claim of damage. Medical examination of injuries often involves the collaboration of various specialists, and we need detailed medical reports. Current state of injury along with possibility of permanent disability and costs of care are all important factors that are taken into account in personal injury lawsuits in NJ.
Who is eligible to file a NJ personal injury law suit?
Generally, the injured person is eligible to bring a personal injury law suit in NJ - however, not in all cases. In a wrongful death suit, the surviving family files a claim against the responsible party. They file on behalf of the loved one who died and on their own behalf to cover expenses incurred by the death and loss of financial support. Typically, in malpractice cases, the parents file a medical malpractice lawsuit by proxy for their injured child or baby and spouses or children file on behalf of adults and elders.
In all personal injury lawsuits, no claim exists if the lawyer cannot prove negligence, wrongdoing, or liability on the part of the party responsible for injury. In addition, if the claim is not filed within a reasonable time according to the statute of limitations, you are not eligible to sue.
Put an experienced lawyer on your side
Please contact the NJ personal injury law firm of Shamy & Shamy, L.L.C. to schedule a free initial consultation or call us at (866) 603-4710. Our law firm represents clients in personal injury cases based on contingency - no fees unless we recover damages. Se habla español.