A personal injury can interfere with your life. It can interrupt your career, goals and personal relationships. It can strip you of activities you used to enjoy, such as sports or playing with your children. For the emotional trauma, physical pain and expensive property damage you endured because of an accident, you may qualify for financial compensation from the person that put you in this position. If someone else caused your accident, you may have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit.
Contact Console & Associates PC at (856) 778-5500 for a free consultation about your recent accident. Whether your injury happened in a car crash, slip and fall, or another type of accident, we can help. Our Ewing, New Jersey personal injury lawyers can review your case for free today.
Why Choose Us?
We know how to obtain maximum compensation for personal injuries in New Jersey. We have been doing it for over 25 years. Our case results show over $100 million won for previous clients.
We take the time to craft tailored legal strategies for our clients before proceeding with their suits. Our attorneys appreciate the importance of personalized legal services in winning top results.
We have a No Win, No Fee, No Catch payment setup in which we do not charge a dime for our services unless we are successful in securing a financial award for the client.
What Is Personal Injury Law?
Personal injury law allows injured people to pursue financial compensation for their damages in specific circumstances. When another person causes the injuries in question, that person may be legally responsible for paying the associated costs. In basic terms, the law states that if you did not cause your accident or injuries, you should not have to pay the related bills. Furthermore, the at-fault party may owe you compensation for your emotional injuries and noneconomic losses for causing the accident through an act of negligence or carelessness.
To bring a personal injury claim against someone in New Jersey, you must act within two years of the date of your accident. This is the statute of limitations. It is a strict legal deadline that only has rare exceptions. In a wrongful death claim, you have two years from the date of death. Do not risk missing your deadline by waiting too long to speak to an attorney. Call Console & Associates PC today.
Personal Injury Cases We Accept
After an accident in Ewing, it can be difficult to understand your rights. You may also struggle to get an insurance adjuster to treat your case fairly. Partnering with our law firm can resolve these problems and help you overcome other obstacles on the road to recovery. Our attorneys handle a wide variety of personal injury cases in Mercer County.
Bike and pedestrian accidents
Premises liability claims
Workplace and construction accidents
Nursing home abuse/neglect
If you do not see your case type here, it does not necessarily mean we do not take it. This is not a full list of our practice areas. Contact us to ask questions about your specific case. We have helped more than 6,000 clients seek fair recovery for their injuries after accidents in New Jersey.
Contact an Ewing, NJ Personal Injury Lawyer
The right lawyer can make an incredible difference to your personal injury case. An attorney you trust can explain your rights, list your recovery options and help you take a stand against negligence in Ewing. A lawyer who cares about your well-being can also provide important peace of mind during a troubling time. Please submit a request for a free consultation at Console & Associates PC today so we can help you, or call our local law office at (856) 778-5500 to speak to someone directly.
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Console and Associates, P.C. is a Top Injury Law Firm that represents accident victims in New Jersey & Pennsylvania. We are best known for our skill in seeking maximum compensation and for the compassionate manner in which we help our clients restore their lives after devastating injuries.
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