Team Law’s Hoboken personal injury lawyers can help you if you were in an accident and suffered losses or injuries of any kind. Our team has helped countless families in Hoboken and across New Jersey win the compensation they deserve for a wide range of accident and insurance claim types.
Accident injuries and losses can last for months, years, or even a lifetime. Contact our team today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. Our team will walk you through everything you need to know about your case, and we will gather evidence, quantify your losses, and negotiate with the insurer so that you are fully and fairly compensated for your losses.
Some of the accident and insurance claim cases we can help you handle include the following:
Team Law’s Hoboken personal injury lawyers handle these cases and more so contact us today for a free case evaluation. We will help you understand what you need to do and how we can help so that you can maximize the chances of winning the compensation you deserve.
New Jersey is a no-fault state. You must file your claim with the relevant insurer after an accident. Our Hoboken personal injury lawyers will help you identify the insurer responsible for your losses, as well as the limits that apply to your case. Next, we will identify and evaluate all of your accident-related losses and damages to make sure that you are fully and fairly compensated without having to pay out of pocket for any damages you suffered in the accident. These include:
Accidents can have serious and long-term impacts on you and your family. We can help, so contact our Hoboken personal injury lawyers today for a free case evaluation. Our experienced, dedicated, and empathetic personal injury team will collect evidence, quantify your damages, and file and handle your claim for you. We will also handle insurance negotiations on your behalf and are prepared to take your case to court if a fair settlement cannot be reached. Contact us today to initiate the legal process of filing for compensation.
Hoboken is a city in Hudson County, NJ and is part of the New York metropolitan area. It is the site of Hoboken Terminal, a major transportation hub for the tri-state region. Originally part of Bergen Township and later North Bergen Township, it became a separate township in 1849 and was incorporated as a city in 1855. Hoboken is the location of the first recorded game of baseball and of the Stevens Institute of Technology, one of the oldest technological universities in the United States. It is also known as the birthplace and hometown of Frank Sinatra; various streets and parks in the city have been named after him. Located on the Hudson Waterfront, the city was an integral part of the Port of New York and New Jersey and was home to major industries for most of the 20th century. The vibe of the city has changed from artsy and industrial from the days when Maxwell House coffee, Lipton tea, Hostess cupcakes and Wonder Bread called Hoboken home, to one of trendy shops and expensive condominiums. It has been ranked 2nd in Niche’s “2019 Best Places to Live in Hudson County” list.
Team Law has office locations available by appointment in Hudson County located at:
Contact one of our Hudson County offices today for a free consultation.
Our team will identify and then place a dollar figure on all of your accident-related losses and damages to arrive at the final value of your claim. The more extensive your losses or damages, the higher the potential value of your claim will be. We will include both economic losses (such as medical treatment expenses, property damage, and lost income) as well as non-economic losses (such as pain, suffering, mental anguish, and emotional trauma) in your claim, as applicable. Our Hoboken personal injury lawyers will gather evidence and we will use expert testimony to quantify your losses so that we put forth as convincing a case as possible to the insurance company. We are also prepared to take your case to court if a fair settlement cannot be reached.
Anything that shows how your accident occurred or proves the severity and extent of your losses can be used in support of your claim. This includes video, dash cam, or surveillance camera recordings; photos of the accident; medical and police reports; vehicle or machine maintenance logs; background checks on others involved in the accident; expert testimony; and proof of lost income.
You should file your claim as soon as you can. Most insurers require you to file your claim within 30 or 60 days of suffering an accident. However, it can take time to build a case and gather evidence, so we highly recommend that you contact our Saddle Brook personal injury lawyers right away so that we can quickly gather evidence, quantify your losses, identify the policies that apply to your case, and file the right documents with the right agencies and departments so that you can get your life back on track as quickly as possible.
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