Rahway Personal Injury Lawyers

Team Law’s Dedicated Accident Attorneys in Rahway, NJ Gather Evidence And File Personal Injury Claims For Injured Clients In Union County And Throughout New Jersey

Involved in an accident? We are here to help. The Rahway personal injury lawyers team with Team Law can help you gather evidence, quantify your damages, and file a compensation claim. Do not underestimate the impact that an accident can have on your life. From slips and falls to motor vehicle accidents and workplace mishaps to medical negligence cases, personal injuries caused by accidents can last for months, years, or a lifetime which can cost thousands of dollars to treat. If you or a loved one was impacted in any way by an accident, our dedicated attorneys can help.

Contact our experienced accident attorneys in Rahway, NJ for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. Our team will walk you through what you need to know about your case, and we will help you file a claim, negotiate with insurers, and fight your case in court if a fair settlement cannot be reached.

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Our Accident Attorneys in Rahway, NJ Can Assist You With A Wide Range Of Personal Injury And Accident Cases

Accidents cause tens of thousands of deaths every year, as well as billions of dollars in damages in the form of medical treatment expenses, lost income, lost business productivity, property damage, pain, suffering, insurance costs, and administrative overheads. On the level of an individual or family, a single mishap can lead to financial ruin and bankruptcy, not to mention the physical, mental, and social stresses that often afflict accident victims.

The accidents below are the most common personal injury cases we handle for injured clients in Rahway and throughout NJ:

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Common Injuries And Damages For Which Accident Victims in New Jersey Can Seek Compensation

Personal injuries can be mild, severe, or catastrophic. Life-altering injuries can lead to a higher compensation payout but they will also require more expensive medical treatment. Non-serious and mile injuries can include low-level whiplash and scratches and bruises, but even these injuries can cost hundreds of dollars to care for and they can prevent you from working for days or weeks.

Injuries commonly seen in preventable accident cases include the following:

Treatments for these injuries can quickly add up. You are entitled to seek compensation for the losses and damages you sustained in an accident from your insurer or that of an at-fault party, so contact the Rahway personal injury lawyers with The Team Law today to discuss your filing options.

Understanding Liability Rules And The Duty Of Care For Personal Injury Cases In Rahway and Throughout NJ

New Jersey is a no-fault state for motor vehicle-related accidents. This means you can file a compensation claim with insurers. In other accident cases, you may be able to recover compensation from an at-fault party responsible for causing the accident in which you sustained injuries.

Another party may be liable for your injuries if they did not fulfill the duty of care to others. For example, an employer can be liable for a workplace accident if the employer does not maintain a safe workplace. Motor vehicle operators owe other road users a duty of care as well. On the road, this takes the form of driving safely and responsibly. Similarly, medical care professionals such as nursing home staff, hospital administrators, doctors, and nurses owe their patients and/or nursing home residents a duty of providing them with the care and treatment they need. They must also have the training, experience, and knowledge required by someone in their position to treat or care for patients.

If you were harmed in any way by someone else, we can help you determine whether you should file a compensation claim with your insurer or the insurer of another party or if you have grounds for a lawsuit.

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Rahway Personal Injury Lawyers

Our Rahway personal injury lawyers are just a call away. Please contact us today for assistance with your personal injury case. We will handle your case from start to finish, and our experienced and empathetic accident attorneys in Rahway, NJ will ensure that you file for the maximum compensation you are entitled to by law.

About Rahway, NJ

The City of Rahway is located in Union County, New Jersey. It is part of the New York metropolitan area and is only five miles west of Staten Island. It has a population of about 28,000. The township’s early settlers founded plantations and the township quickly grew into four distinct communities. Several notable War for Independence skirmishes took place in Rahway, and Abraham Clark, who lived on a farm near Rahway, was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He is buried in the Rahway Cemetery.

Areas We Serve in Union County

Team Law has office locations available by appointment in Union County located at:

Contact one of our Union County offices today for a free consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Rahway, NJ

Who is at fault for my injuries?

New Jersey is a no-fault state, so you must seek compensation for accident-related injuries and losses from your insurer. However, in some cases, you can sue another party for damages, such as if you suffer catastrophic damages in an accident. Depending on how and where your accident occurred, the at-fault party may be an employer, a trucking company, a construction site owner/operator, a government office, a product manufacturer, premises or business owner, or a nursing home or hospital worker, owner, or administrator.

Where do I file my claim?

In most cases, you file your claim with your insurer. For motor vehicle accidents, you can use your motor vehicle coverage (for example, collision coverage or personal liability coverage) for compensation. You may also be able to use your personal healthcare policy. For workplace accidents, you can seek compensation from your employer’s workers’ comp policy. Other types of insurance that may be used for accidents of different types include home insurers’ coverage, renters’ insurance, ridesharing coverage, and pet insurance.

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