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
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
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
Has your insurance company requested you go through an independent medical exam?
You may be concerned the insurance company will use this to try to reduce the value of your claim. You may also be unsure if you are required to go through with it.
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After a car accident, an insurance adjuster may reach out to you and try to get a recorded statement. However, this is an attempt by the insurance company to obtain evidence that can later be used against you. Similarly, the insurance adjuster may look… Read More
Filing a car accident injury claim is not always a straightforward process. Many victims assume the claims process goes a certain way and are misinformed about the process and how it works. Unfortunately, following common misconceptions regarding the… Read More
One piece of advice that you will receive after a car accident is to report the incident to the police. A police report may contain vital information that can help when filing a claim. Additionally, you will likely need the report to help prove that an… Read More
During a car accident claim, you might be required to provide information and answer questions from the other party. The answers to these questions need to be in writing, under oath, and served within a specific time period. Every state has its own rules… Read More
After an accident, you might have done everything right: you reported the accident to the authorities and filed a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. But then you get the news that your claim has been denied. You may think that is the… Read More