Vehicle Accident Law Blog/FAQ
Accidents involving New Jersey “Limitation on Lawsuit” coverage are unlike other types of car accident cases. Not every attorney is experienced with the exceptions to these policies, and not every attorney is willing to fight for a fair and just settlement.
If you have spoken with or hired an attorney who has told you that filing a case with Limitation on Lawsuit coverage is not worth your time, then it is important to get a second opinion from an experienced New Jersey law firm. It is important to talk to someone who is not afraid to fight the insurance company and whose primary concern is your recovery. (more…)
You know you need help. You have been injured in a car accident and you have a “Limitation on Lawsuit” insurance policy. You likely have questions about your potential recovery and how to pursue that recovery. You want to get help obtaining compensation, but you don’t know how to do it. (more…)
There are some things that are the same after a New Jersey accident, regardless of whether you are covered by a “Limitation on Lawsuit” insurance policy.
Specifically, you want to make as full a recovery as possible as quickly as possible, so you can get back to living your life.
As an auto accident law firm with decades of experience, we understand that desire, we respect it, and we will work hard to make it a reality for you. (more…)
You have a lot on your mind after your car accident. In addition to needing immediate medical attention, you may need to find transportation. You may also need to make arrangements to cover your absence at work. As a result, you may not be immediately thinking about filing a lawsuit – and that is OK.
The law understands that the days after your accident are going to be frenzied and hectic. You do not have to file a car accident lawsuit right away. However, it is important to know that the law does limit how long you have to file. (more…)
We don’t deny it. In many cases, New Jersey car accident victims have to fight harder and more aggressively for Limitation on Lawsuit insurance policy settlements. Insurance companies often want to use “Limitation on Lawsuit” as an excuse to deny fair and just settlements. They expect that accident victims, and many of their attorneys, will accept it means limited payment.
We don’t accept that. We believe that you deserve the help of an experienced New Jersey law firm that will zealously advocate for a fair recovery under New Jersey law. (more…)