How is the Value of a New Jersey Personal Injury Claim Determined?

New Jersey InjuryHave you been injured in a New Jersey car accident? Was the other driver at-fault for the crash? Are you wondering if compensation is available for your medical bills, lost wages and other related losses? Under New Jersey law, victims of negligent drivers may hold the at-fault motorist accountable for the losses suffered in the crash by filing a personal injury claim. Victims of negligent drivers should contact an experienced New Jersey personal injury lawyer who will help them determine how much their potential claim could be worth.

No two cases are the same, but in general, the most serious injuries result in the largest settlements or awards. The goal of civil litigation is to help a victim of negligence recover monetary compensation for the injuries, damages, and losses he or she has suffered and to hold the at-fault party liable. All physical, financial, and emotional losses will be taken into consideration. The damages should include not only the current medical expenses the victim is facing, but also the cost of future medical and rehabilitative treatment required for a full recovery.

The victim can also pursue compensation for all of the wages lost because of the accident and time spent away from work during the healing process. Additional compensation should be available for those who are disabled and unable to work because of the injuries suffered. A skilled personal injury attorney can also help calculate non-financial losses, such as physical pain and mental anguish. The court will take into consideration the type of negligence involved and how much compensation was given to victims of similar injuries.

The experienced law team at Lependorf & Silverstein helps victims of injury accidents get the compensation they need and rightfully deserve. If you would like to discuss how much your claim might be worth, please call our offices at (609) 240-0040.