Determining whether to settle your personal injury claim or litigate
Why Hire a New Jersey Auto Accident Attorney?
It’s the objective of most insurance companies to maximize profits and reduce expenses. In other words, it’s an incentive for the insurance company to pay you as little as possible, even if that means prematurely ending necessary medical treatment.
Thankfully, the laws of the state of New Jersey are designed to protect your rights. New Jersey provides No-Fault insurance coverage to all injured parties involved in an automobile accident. This is a prompt source of recovery for medical losses sustained in an auto accident.
Are you still entitled to recover for pain and suffering if you hold some fault in the auto accident?
In some cases, YES! The Comparative Negligence Act, adopted in 1973, provides recovery to a negligent plaintiff, but merely diminishes plaintiff’s recovery by the percentage of his or her own negligence as long as it was less than that of the defendant.
For a free case evaluation, contact New Jersey auto accident attorney,Dan T. Matrafajlo TODAY.
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