At Gencarelli & Rimassa Law Firm, we understand the physical, emotional, and financial toll that personal injuries can have on individuals and their families. Our team of highly skilled personal injury lawyers is dedicated to providing exceptional legal representation to those who have suffered harm due to the negligence or misconduct of others.
When accidents occur due to another party’s negligence or intentional wrongdoing, victims may be entitled to seek compensation through a personal injury claim. Some common types of personal injury cases include:
Motor vehicle accidents: Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents
Slip and fall incidents: Injuries occurring due to hazardous conditions on someone else’s property.
Medical malpractice: Negligence or errors committed by healthcare professionals resulting in harm to patients.
Product liability: Injuries caused by defective products.
Workplace accidents: Injuries sustained while on the job due to hazardous conditions, inadequate training, or employer negligence.
When filing a personal injury claim, it is crucial to be aware of the statute of limitations. This refers to the time limit within which legal action must be initiated. In Morris County, New Jersey, the statute of limitations for most personal injury cases is two years from the date of the accident or discovery of injuries. However, certain exceptions and variations may apply depending on factors such as:
– Age and mental capacity at the time when injuries occurred.
– Type of defendant involved (government entities, healthcare providers).
In Morris County, the statute of limitations for most personal injury cases is two years from the date of the accident or discovery of injuries. However, exceptions may apply in certain situations. It is vital to consult with our legal team as soon as possible.
If your personal injury claim is successful, you may be entitled to various types of compensation. These can include:
If you are partially responsible for the accident that caused your injuries, it does not necessarily prevent you from pursuing a personal injury claim. In New Jersey, we follow a modified comparative negligence rule. This means that your compensation award will be reduced by an amount equal to your percentage of fault. As long as you are found less than 50% responsible, you can still seek damages.
Whether negotiating fair settlements or fighting aggressively in court on behalf of our clients’ rights, Gencarelli & Rimassa Law Firm has established itself as one of the leading law firms specializing in personal injury cases in Morris County. Our dedicated team possesses extensive knowledge and experience handling various personal injury claims, including but not limited to:
We pride ourselves on providing personalized attention to every client. Our goal is to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Contact us today at (201) 549-8737 or via our website’s contact form to schedule a free consultation with our expert personal injury attorneys. Let us fight for justice on your behalf!