Accidents and unintentional injuries kill thousands of people every year. You can be injured in a car accident, at work, at a public place, or while using a product. Millions of preventable accidents of these types occur every year, killing tens of thousands and seriously injuring millions more. These accidents can cause cuts and bruises, broken bones, internal organ damage, head trauma, and more. These injuries can take months or even years to heal – all at a significant cost to the victim. If you or a loved one suffered injuries in an accident, Team Law’s Woodbridge personal injury lawyers can help.
We specialize in personal injury law and have helped countless families in Woodbridge Township and across New Jersey file their insurance claims and win compensation for their injuries and losses. Contact us today to learn more about personal injury law, evidence collection, building a case, and how we handle insurance negotiations with a focus on helping you get your life back on track with the compensation you deserve. Do not hesitate to reach out to us today for a consultation.
Accidents can be life-changing. Irrespective of the type of accident you were involved in or the injuries you suffered, Team Law’s Woodbridge personal injury team can help. We handle cases in Woodbridge Township, NJ including:
Accidents can cost thousands of dollars to treat, and medical care expenses, income lost during rehabilitation, and other expenses such as caretaking and travel expenses can quickly spiral out of control.
Thanks to New Jersey’s no-fault insurance rules, you can file a compensation claim with the relevant insurer for your accident-related losses and injuries. All we need to do – and this is where Team Law’s Woodbridge personal injury lawyers will help – is gather evidence to show that your losses and damages were caused by your accident. We will then quantify your losses and include them in your claim.
Examples of losses and damages that can be included in personal injury claims are:
Our legal team has extensive experience in personal injury law. We will help you understand your rights and responsibilities and will build a solid case on which you can file for and then fight with the at-fault insurer for the compensation you are entitled to by law.
Our team only collects when you win your case. We do not charge for our services and will fight to maximize your compensation or settlement payout. We will:
Contact our Woodbridge, NJ accident attorneys today. We provide free, no-obligation case evaluations. Depending on the type of accident you were involved in and the types of injuries you sustained, we will gather evidence, quantify your losses, and identify the insurance policies that we can use for compensation. It takes time to build, file, and fight a claim and win a settlement or compensation payout, so contact us today to formally initiate the filing process.
Woodbridge is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It is a regional hub for Central New Jersey and is also a major bedroom suburb of New York City. It is part of the New York Metropolitan Area and has a population of about 100,000. It contains the intersection of the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway – two of the busiest highways in the state – and it also has the headquarters of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. It is a thriving township with much to do from parks and recreational activities to shopping, attending arts events, and more. Woodbridge is also home to many veterans and seniors and has an eclectic mix of young, old, local, and ethnic groups.
Team Law has office locations available by appointment in Middlesex County located at:
Contact one of our Middlesex County offices today for a free consultation.
New Jersey’s no-fault rules dictate that you must file insurance claims for accident-related damages with your insurer. In some cases, you may have to file your claim with the insurer of the party that harmed you in an accident, as is the case with most workers’ comp and animal attack cases. As a victim, you would typically only resort to suing if you suffered catastrophic damages. These are usually defined as life-changing injuries or losses such as birth injuries, amputations, disfigurement/scarring, or paralysis that will affect you for the long term. Our Woodbridge personal injury lawyers will help you establish whether an insurance claim or a lawsuit is the optimal course of action based on the specifics of your case.
You should file your claim as quickly as you can. Some insurers require you to file your claim within 30 or 60 days of your accident. Your employer may also require you to submit documentation regarding your accident. Many employers require accidents to be reported within two weeks. When suing for damages, however, you have two years to file a lawsuit for damages.
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