Being injured in an accident is a financially daunting situation. Not only have you likely incurred medical bills and other expenses, but you might also be out of work and struggling to make ends meet. If you or a loved one was injured in an accident due to the reckless or negligent actions of another… Read More
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
In general, when someone is injured on a property because of unsafe conditions like exposed wiring, uncovered sewer openings, loose steps, unmarked wet floors, etc, that injured party would file a premises liability claim against the property’s owner, maintenance staff, landlord, or potentially some combination of the responsible parties. These premises liability claims generally assume… Read More
While movies and television shows love to dramatize “the courtroom battle”, the fact of the matter is that over 90% of all personal injury and medical malpractice claims are concluded through a settlement, rather than decided through a jury verdict. This is due to the fact that there are advantages to reaching a settlement for… Read More
New Jersey car insurance policies operate on a “no fault” basis, meaning anytime a person is injured in a car accident, they are able to turn to their own car insurance provider for compensation for damages like medical expenses and lost wages, regardless of who was at fault for the accident. However, many drivers opt… Read More
Advocating for Injured Victims in Somerset and Hunterdon, New Jersey
An injury can change your life forever. Whether it arises from a car crashormotorcycle accident, aslip and fall on someone else’s property, a dog bite, an injury at work, or other circumstances, this singular event can alter the trajectory of your future. While it may be impossible to turn back time and stop the accident that caused you or your loved one to suffer, The Law Office of Brian J. Levine can help you to hold the responsible parties accountable for your injuries. We are passionately committed to obtaining the compensation you need to recover and to begin rebuilding your life.
Personal injury attorney Brian J. Levine has been successfully advocating for injured victims and their families in New Jersey for nearly 30 years. As a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, a distinction achieved by less than 3% of all attorneys in the State of New Jersey, Mr. Levine utilizes his extensive qualifications and experience to achieve millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for his clients. For example, in April of 2008, Mr. Levine obtained a jury verdict of $4.2 million in Essex County, New Jersey, for the wrongful deathof his client arising out of negligent handling of a 911 call. In so doing, Brian J. Levine established the law protecting the victims of 911 operator negligence throughout the State.
If you or someone you love has been injured in Somerset or Hunterdon counties, or elsewhere in New Jersey, and you suspect that another party’s negligence may have contributed to the accident, contact The Law Offices of Brian Levine today at 908-524-0123. Mr. Levine will be happy to answer your questions and to outline your available legal options in a cost-free consultation.
Hunterdon County NJ Personal Injury Attorney
Brian J. Levine has handled a vast array of injury cases, ranging from motor vehicle accidents to medical malpractice. As a former defense attorney for New Jersey doctors and hospitals, he wholly understands the legal challenges that you face when you have suffered injuries resulting from:
Mr. Levine calls upon his unique insight into personal injury defense to build the most effective claims for his clients. He also represents the family members of wrongful death victims.
Personal Injury Law: The Basics
Personal injury is defined as “physical injury inflicted on a person’s body, as opposed to damage to property or reputation.” When physical injury results from an accident that is caused by someone else’s negligence, this may give rise to a personal injury claim. Under the law, negligence refers to a person’s failure to exercise reasonable care. This may mean driving recklessly, failing to remove snow or ice from a walkway, or failing to take appropriate safety measures in a workplace. There are countless examples of negligence that may lead to injury, and these parties may be held accountable under the law through personal injury litigation.
When an injured victim seeks compensation with a personal injury claim, this is often referred to as damages. Damages are an award paid to compensate a person for his or her loss or injury. In a personal injury case, damages may include monetary compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitative treatment, future earnings, and pain and suffering.
A Unique Approach to NJ Personal Injury
The Law Office of Brian J. Levine is fundamentally unique in its approach to personal injury representation.A large part of our law firm’s success lies in the meticulous attention that lawyer Brian J. Levine provides to personal injury clients and their cases. Unlike the large personal injury law firms in New Jersey, where a client is simply a name in a file that is passed from lawyer to lawyer, Mr. Levine invests in each and every client, working closely you, as well as investigators, reconstructionists, engineers and other experts, to craft a comprehensive and compelling case on your behalf. Our ultimate goal is to achieve the compensation you deserve, whether skillful negotiation or tenacious courtroom litigation is the most viable avenue to your best outcome.
Contact a Bridgewater NJ Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation
Contact The Law Office of Brian J. Levine today at 908-524-0123 to schedule a free and confidential consultation regarding your personal injury. We are available 24/7 to provide you with an honest assessment of your case. We also operate on a contingency model, which means we do not charge you anything until we achieve you a recovery.
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