Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occur when the normal functioning of the brain is interrupted because of a blow to the head or penetration from an external object.
The effects of a traumatic brain injury can often be life-altering, but there are times… Read More
Insurance adjusters often contact accident victims shortly after an accident and ask them to give a recorded statement. While the insurance adjuster may claim that giving a recorded statement will help speed up the process, he or she is really trying… Read More
New Jersey is a no-fault state, so accident victims first pursue medical expenses from their own insurance policy. However, you may be eligible to file a third-party claim with the other driver’s insurance company for property damage.
New Jersey does… Read More
Pre-existing conditions can have a significant impact on personal injury claims, both for better or worse. Your pre-existing condition might increase the value of your claim, or it may cause the value to drop.
Lynch Law Firm’s New Jersey personal injury… Read More
If you are considering filing a medical malpractice claim in New Jersey, there are many laws that could apply. In cases of intentional or egregious malpractice, victims may be eligible for compensation. However, there is a cap on the value of these damages.
The… Read More
This is one of the most common questions accident victims ask their attorneys. The answer depends on several factors that are specific to your claim, especially the type and severity of your injury, whether the insurance company cooperates and if the… Read More
Construction workers usually cannot sue their employers over an on-the-job injury. However, if the injury resulted from the negligence of another entity at the construction site, such as a general contractor, victims may be able to pursue damages from… Read More
The construction industry is one of the most dangerous in the nation, causing a significant percentage of worker injuries and deaths.
It is only natural for construction workers to be concerned about whether their job will still be there when they recover… Read More
Expert witnesses may provide important information about a case, explaining everything from the severity of your injuries to the cause of the accident and your future treatment costs. The testimony and consulting services they provide can be invaluable… Read More
Working in construction can put you at risk for a variety of severe and potentially life-changing injuries. Work sites can be very loud, which can potentially damage your hearing and even lead to hearing loss. Sometimes all it takes is one loud noise… Read More