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Edison Personal Injury Lawyer

Compassionate Attorneys Do Whatever It Takes to Provide Relief to Injured Accident Victims in Edison, NJ

When your life has been turned upside down after suffering significant and disabling injuries in an accident caused by someone else’s carelessness, you need a personal injury lawyer who will do more than simply file a claim on your behalf and wait for the insurance company to offer a check. Instead, you need legal representation that will aggressively pursue maximum compensation on your behalf so that you can fully recover from your injuries and get back to your regular life as quickly as possible. Your personal injury attorney should have the expertise and experience to ensure that you have an effective, tailored legal strategy and advice that are specific to the facts and circumstances of your case and your goals and needs in your personal injury matter.

At Birkhold & Maider, LLC, our Edison personal injury lawyers always go the extra mile for each of our clients. We know that holding negligent parties responsible for your injuries accountable to provide you with fair and full compensation can help give you some measure of justice for the harm that you’ve had to suffer through no fault of your own. Over the years we’ve helped seriously injured clients recover hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars in compensation they need to begin to move forward following a catastrophic accident. Contact us today to set up a free case evaluation to learn about how our legal team might be able to help you in your Edison personal injury case.

Areas of Our Personal Injury Practice in Edison and Middlesex County

At Birkhold & Maider, our Edison personal injury attorneys have successfully represented injured clients in a wide variety of accident claims, including:

Whether you’ve been injured in one of the above types of accidents or another kind of accident, our attorneys have the knowledge and skill needed to expertly pursue your claim for compensation.

Birkhold & Maider Vigorously Pursues Fair and Full Financial Compensation for Our Injured Clients in Edison

The Edison personal injury attorneys at Birkhold & Maider are dedicated to ensuring that each of our clients gets to hold those responsible for their injuries accountable and receive full compensation for their injuries and damages. When you place your trust in us to handle your personal injury matter, you can expect that our legal team will:

Let us fight to get you the financial recovery you deserve for your medical treatment and expenses, lost wages and earning potential, and pain and suffering.

Contact Birkhold & Maider Today for a Free Case Evaluation to Talk with One of Our Edison Personal Injury Lawyers About Your Claim

When you’ve been involved in an accident due to no fault of your own, let the Edison personal injury attorneys of Birkhold & Maider fight to get you and your family the financial compensation you deserve for your injuries and damages. Schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation with our legal team today to discuss your accident claim and to learn more about your legal rights and options for pursuing compensation and justice from those responsible for your accident.

About Edison, NJ

Edison is a township located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Edison lies in the state’s Raritan Valley region and is New Jersey’s fifth-most populous municipality. Originally incorporated as Raritan Township in 1870, Edison changed to its present name in 1954 in honor of inventor Thomas Edison, whose original main laboratory was located in the Menlo Park neighborhood of Edison. Today, Edison is a fast-growing community regularly ranked by publications as one of America’s most liveable small cities. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury in Edison, NJ

FAQ: Can I still seek compensation even if I was partially responsible for my accident?

Yes. In New Jersey personal injury claims, an injured party may still be entitled to seek compensation even if he or she is partly at fault for his or her injuries, so long as the injured party’s share of fault is not greater than 50 percent. However, the injured party’s financial recovery will be reduced to reflect his or her share of fault — for example, if you are awarded $100,000 in damages but are also found 25 percent responsible for your accident, your compensation will be reduced by $25,000.

FAQ: When do I have to file a personal injury claim?

Under New Jersey’s statute of limitations for personal injury claims, a lawsuit must be filed within two years of the date of your accident and injury. In certain circumstances, such as where you are initially unaware that you have been injured or who was responsible for your injury, this two-year period may not begin to run until you “discover” those facts. If you fail to file your lawsuit before the expiration of the limitations period on your case, the court is likely to dismiss your suit and you will lose your right to seek compensation for your injuries in court. In addition, if you have a personal injury claim against the government you must also provide notice to the government within a certain period, which depending on the level of government may be as short as 90 days.

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