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Auto Injury, Case Studies | July 19, 2019

Bus Accident in Warren County, NJ – $120,000

Our client, a paramedic by profession, was driving through Warren County, New Jersey when an unexpected encounter on the highway changed his life forever. He was driving along Interstate I-80 near Knowlton when a motorcoach abruptly entered his lane of travel. The bus hit our client from behind and pushed his car into a guardrail and concrete barrier. Not only did the driver of the bus act

Auto Injury, Case Studies | July 19, 2019

Multiple Herniated Discs in Rear-End Car Accident – Hackettstown, NJ

When our client suffered life-changing neck and back injuries in a rear-end accident, she faced an uphill battle getting the compensation she deserved. The at-fault driver’s insurance company, New Jersey Manufacturers (NJM), is known for being a difficult insurer to settle these types of cases voluntarily. Our client’s case was subject to New Jersey’s verbal threshold, meaning that she would have to prove she had sustained serious

Auto Injury, Case Studies | July 19, 2019

Rear-End Turnpike Accident – NJ Turnpike: Middlesex County, NJ – $115,000

Some drivers behave so carelessly behind the wheel that it’s easy to see an accident coming but avoiding an aggressive driver determined to speed, tailgate, and pass you in inclement weather can be anything but easy. That’s what happened one early February morning, as our client drove northbound on the New Jersey Turnpike to get from his home in Monroe Township to his job in Elizabeth.

Auto Injury, Case Studies | July 19, 2019

$110,000 – Underinsured Motorist Claim – Camden County, NJ

His Camden County case demonstrates just how important it is that accident victims choose experienced lawyers to handle their claims. Our client, who worked for NAPA Auto Parts, was on the clock and in a car owned by his employer at the time of the accident. He was driving on the White Horse Pike in Berlin, New Jersey when he stopped at a traffic light that had