Roseland, NJ – Any accident, whether an auto collision or a slip and fall in public, can lead to chronic and life-threatening injuries. Following a personal injury accident, most victims try to handle their cases without legal assistance for various reasons. However, an attorney’s presence reduces the number of things victims must manage and facilitates the justice system’s processes in court, negotiations, or settlements. Without a lawyer, it’s strenuous protecting legal rights, navigating conversations with insurance companies/negligent third parties, and calculating damages that cover current/future accident costs.
The trial-ready attorneys at Brach Eichler Injury Lawyers have decades of experience in personal injury litigation and understand the challenges accident victims face to leverage their knowledge, skills, and networks for a case.
The attorneys help victims open claims with any/all insurance companies involved, evaluate cases to help victims understand their legal options, and investigate a claim to gather crucial pieces of evidence. They can file a lawsuit, complete necessary insurance/court paperwork, find/hire subject matter experts to testify, and offer aggressive representation in court if insurance fails to agree to a fair settlement.
The damages in a personal injury claim cover medical expenses, disability accommodations, lost wages, emotional distress, and property loss. An attorney can advocate for funeral/burial expenses, loss of companionship, lost inheritance, loss of consortium, loss of services performed by the deceased, and lingering costs if a client’s loved one suffers a fatal accident.
New Jersey depends on mass transportation options like bus and rail, which may experience equipment failure, driver error, explosions, track obstructions, derailments, and other dangerous occurrences while carrying commuters. Brach Eichler Injury Lawyers hold public and privately owned bus and train lines accountable for negligent acts and unsafe conditions by determining the accident’s cause or proving negligence.
Besides fighting tirelessly for victims of broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, and wrongful death, they actively drive enhancements in transit protocols. This proactive effort aims to prevent future injuries and enhance overall safety within the state. The personal injury attorneys also educate clients about what to do after a train accident, rules for suing New Jersey Transit for an injury, and claims against railroad companies related to informal crossing areas.
When a construction employee suffers an injury at work, their only available remedy is worker’s compensation which partially covers their damages. But there may be grounds for a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit when an employer looks to cut costs that result in long hours or a disregard for safety protocols. A personal injury attorney at the law firm can identify all at-fault parties in such a case and provide invaluable assistance in securing a medical lien. This enables victims to access necessary medical care throughout the claim process.
Individuals can visit the law firm’s website to learn more about their Roseland office and other personal injury practice areas, such as auto accidents, dog bites, and elevator/escalator accidents.
Brach Eichler Injury Lawyers is at 101 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 200, Roseland, NJ, 07068, US. To schedule a consultation, call 973-319-7230.
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Brach Eichler Injury Lawyers
Edward P. Capozzi
101 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 200
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