Frequently Asked Questions
New Jersey Personal Injury FAQs
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Personal Injury Lawsuits
In a personal injury lawsuit in New Jersey, you may be able to recover money through verdict or settlement in the form of damages. Compensation can fall into three categories: economic, non-economic, and punitive damages.
Accidents and Injuries
Motor vehicle accidents can happen for any number of reasons, some of the most common of which include drunk driving, speeding, distracted driving, dangerous roads, auto defects, reckless driving...
If you slip and fall on someone else's property, you may sustain broken bones, concussion or other brain injury, muscle tears, strains, or sprains, neck, back, or spine injuries, and even paralysis.
Specific Aspects of Your Claim
If a retail store fails to address or prevent hazards like slippery or dangerous flooring, provide adequate security, or keep objects from falling on its customers, they may be held liable for injuries incurred.
New Jersey law requires property owners, whether they are business owners or private individuals, to keep their property reasonably safe from dangerous conditions. If you are injured due to the negligence of a property owner, you may have a premises liability claim.
If you suffer injuries at your apartment complex, commercial building, or anywhere that you are a tenant, the owner or property manager may be responsible.