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If you suffer injuries in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or other legal fault, don’t make the mistake of giving up important legal rights and options. Too many injured accident victims fail to even pursue any compensation from those responsible for their accident. Other injured victims may succumb to financial pressures and accept a quick settlement from the insurance company before discovering that their losses and damages are far greater than they originally thought. This is why it is critical that you speak with a personal injury lawyer after you’ve been injured through no fault of your own in Hoboken or elsewhere in Hudson County. Even when you aren’t sure whether you may have a viable personal injury case, a knowledgeable attorney can review the facts and circumstances of your claim to identify parties that may have been responsible for or contributed to your injuries.
At Birkhold & Maider, LLC, our Hoboken personal injury attorneys work tirelessly to ensure that each of our clients receives the fair and full compensation he or she is entitled to from those at fault for their injuries. We strive to provide you with the focused attention and client service that you deserve, working with you to develop a legal strategy that works for the facts of your case and your individual needs and goals. Contact us today for a free case evaluation to learn more about how our firm can help you after your accident.
At Birkhold & Maider, our skilled personal injury lawyers can take on even the most complex accident claims. We’ve successfully helped clients injured through no fault of their own in accidents such as:
No matter what kind of accident you may have suffered in Hoboken or elsewhere in Hudson County or New Jersey, let our attorneys fight for your rights and interests.
Although no amount of compensation can undo the fact of your accident or the injuries and harm you have suffered, securing a financial recovery from those responsible for your accident and injuries can provide you with some measure of justice for everything that you’ve had to go through. That is why the Hoboken personal injury lawyers of Birkhold & Maider do everything possible to get you maximum compensation for all your damages, such as:
Let us review your case and help you understand the full amount of compensation you may be entitled to.
When you’ve been hurt in an accident in Hoboken that was caused by someone else’s negligence or other legal fault, don’t wait to begin the process of holding them accountable to provide you with the financial compensation you deserve for your injuries and damages. Contact Birkhold & Maider today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our knowledgeable Hoboken personal injury lawyers to discuss your case and learn more about why having our firm in your corner can help make the difference in secure the best possible outcome in your personal injury claim.
Hoboken is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States with an approximate population of 50,000 people. Hoboken is part of the NYC metropolitan area and is also the site of the Hoboken Terminal, a major train station & transportation hub for the tri-state area. Located on the Hudson River Waterfront, the city was an integral part of the Port of New York and New Jersey. It’s the birthplace of the legendary singer Frank Sinatra, one of the most popular and influential artists of the entire 20th century. Since his days the character of the city has changed from a blue-collar industrial town to one of upscale shops and high rise condominiums. Hoboken lies on the west bank of the Hudson River between Weehawken and Union City to its north, Jersey City to its south and directly across the river from Manhattan.
Potentially yes. New Jersey’s personal injury law uses what is known as the modified comparative negligence rule, which states that a personal injury claimant can seek compensation even if he or she is partly at fault for his or her accident and injuries, provided he or she is not the majority to blame (i.e. 50 percent or less at fault). A partially at-fault injured party will have his or her compensation reduced by his or her share of fault.
New Jersey’s statute of limitations on personal injury claims requires you to file a lawsuit within two years of the date of your accident. However, this two-year period may not begin to run if you are not aware that you have been injured or know who was responsible for your injury. If you fail to file your lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires on your claim, your case will almost certainly be permanently dismissed from court. In addition to the statute of limitations, if you are bringing your personal injury claim against the government, you are required to provide notice of your claim to the government before you can file a lawsuit; the notice period can be as short as 90 days.
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