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Unfortunately, many injured victims of accidents fail to take the proper actions to preserve and pursue their rights to full compensation for their injuries and damages. Sometimes, a person who suffers injury in an accident may not even realize that he or she has a viable personal injury claim against another party. Even where an injured accident victim files a claim for compensation with the insurance company, he or she may make the mistake of accepting the first check offered by the insurance company before fully completing his or her recovery from injury — when he or she continues to incur expenses as a result of the accident, he or she will find that accepting a quick settlement means he or she is unable to demand additional compensation later on. When you or a loved one have been injured in an accident in East Brunswick, it is critical that you fully understand your legal rights and options before making any decisions or actions that can adversely impact those rights.
At Birkhold & Maider, LLC, our East Brunswick personal injury attorneys take the time to ensure that you are fully informed as to your options for pursuing financial compensation for your injuries along with an amount of financial recovery that would provide for your past, ongoing, and future damages from your injuries. Don’t let important rights slip away without talking to a member of our legal team first. Contact our firm to set up a free case evaluation to go over your rights and options and to learn how our firm can make the difference in maximizing your financial recovery.
At Birkhold & Maider, our East Brunswick personal injury attorneys have assisted clients who have been injured in all different kinds of accidents, such as:
No matter what kind of accident you may have been injured by, when someone else was responsible for causing your accident, our firm can help you hold those at-fault parties liable for your damages.
Although no amount of money can make up for the debilitating injuries you have suffered due to somebody else’s negligent or reckless actions, securing maximum compensation for your injuries and damages from those responsible for the harm you’ve suffered can still give you some sense of justice for what you’ve had to endure. That is why Birkhold & Maider works diligently to ensure that you receive a fair and full financial recovery in your East Brunswick personal injury case, including for:
We are ready to talk to you about your case and the value of the compensation you are entitled to under the law, along with how our firm can help you obtain that compensation.
After you’ve been injured through no fault of your own in an accident in East Brunswick, contact Birkhold & Maider to set up a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our knowledgeable personal injury lawyers to learn more about your legal rights and options and about the financial compensation you may be entitled to. Don’t wait another day to start the process of seeking the recovery and justice that you need and deserve.
East Brunswick is a township located in Middlesex County, New Jersey, along the southern shore of the Raritan River. Incorporated in 1860, East Brunswick was originally a farming community before developing into its present suburban character beginning in the 1930s, with the community experiencing massive growth following large-scale residential development and extension of the New Jersey Turnpike to East Brunswick after World War II.
The vast majority of personal injury cases get resolved before ever going to trial or even seeing the inside of a courtroom; insurance companies typically prefer to settle personal injury claims rather than incurring the additional cost of litigation. Although we work hard to try to resolve your personal injury case as efficiently as possible, we will also prepare your case to go to court and will honestly advise you when litigation and trial represent the best course of action for you.
It is usually very difficult to estimate how long any personal injury claim will take to resolve. For simpler cases where liability for the claimant’s injuries are not at issue and where injuries have fully healed, a claim for compensation might be resolved in a little as a couple of months. But where the at-fault party contests its liability for your injuries or contests the amount of damages you are claiming, or where you are still undergoing treatment for your injuries (making it difficult to accurately estimate your past and future damages), it can take longer to resolve your case. If your case ends up going to court and to trial, it can take as long as one to three years to reach a resolution, depending on the complexity of your case and the scheduling of the court.
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