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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Personal Injury Lawyer | October 17, 2019

What Steps Should You Take After a Serious Injury?

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed after you’ve sustained a serious injury. Everything immediately afterward can seem like a big blur. What’s next? 

If you’re unsure what steps you should take after a serious injury, you’ve come to the right place. Here, we’ve crafted a detailed guide of what you need to do following your injury. Let’s get started.

Determine How You Were Injured

After you’ve been injured,

NJ Area, NJ Personal Injury, Personal Injury Lawyer | August 13, 2019

Personal Injury Lawyer Trenton NJ

Trenton, NJ

Console & Associates PC is proud to serve as a personal injury lawyer in Trenton, NJ. We have been providing those in Trenton and the surrounding areas with case assistance and information for over 25 years. Our team successfully helps clients with:

Firm News, Personal Injury Lawyer | March 16, 2016

Why Is My Personal Injury Case Taking So Long?

Find out how long your personal injury claim could take – and what you can do to get your money sooner.

When a serious injury affects you all day, every day, time doesn’t exactly fly. It’s not only your journey to recovery that can seem painfully slow, either. The personal injury claims process isn’t designed to get you the compensation you deserve quickly and easily. It’s full

Firm News, Personal Injury Lawyer | February 23, 2016

Can a Personal Injury Case Be Reopened?

Once your case is closed, it’s closed for good – so make sure it’s handled correctly from the start!

It happens all the time – accident victims ask if it’s possible to reopen a closed case.

Their injuries are more serious than they thought, or they need to undergo a surgery they hadn’t planned on when they settled the case. They’ve been out of work longer than