Many times, accidents and their resulting injuries and damages can have more than one cause, or more than one responsible party. When the injury victim themselves are partially responsible, for example not wearing a seat-belt and subsequently being injured in a car accident, then their own responsibility can affect the total compensation they can recover… Read More
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Insurance Defense Attorney Representing Clients in Somerset and Hunterdon, New Jersey
The physical damage that an accident may create can be distressing enough even without the associated financial burdens. That is why if your personal injury claim has been denied by your insurance company, you could be left with thousands of dollars in medical debt.
Since 1998, The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, has been representing self-insured and insured individuals who have been denied insurance coverage. Principal attorney Robert E. Brenner‘s vigorous defense has helped his clients achieve successful results for more than two decades.
Franklin NJ Insurance Coverage Dispute Attorney
Having dedicated his legal career to personal injury and insurance defense, Robert E. Brenner has an extensive understanding of the claims process and the varying and complicated challenges his clients face. When your personal injury claim has been denied, The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, is prepared to fight. Our personal injury defense attorney is committed to protecting your rights by:
Learning about your denial and educating you on your legal rights, helping you make an informed decision about the future of your case
Performing a prompt and thorough investigation and reviewing the facts to ensure that the insurance carrier made an improper denial
Obtaining and reviewing all relevant documentation and medical records
Working closely with medical and liability experts
Interviewing witnesses to strengthen the validity of your case
Whether your case settles or proceeds to trial, New Jersey personal injury defense attorney Robert E. Brenner will aggressively advocate for your rights. Our firm makes every effort to place you in the best position possible so that you achieve the most fair and beneficial results.
Contact a Hillsborough NJ Insurance Claim Denial Lawyer for a Free Consultation
We invite you to contact The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, today to schedule a free and confidential consultation regarding your insurance defense case at 908-524-0123, or e-mail us. Our law office is based in Somerville, New Jersey. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but our lawyers are available 24/7.
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