The traffic laws in New Jersey are designed to protect pedestrians from getting involved in accidents with motor vehicles. Because a pedestrian has little or no protection in a collision with a vehicle, pedestrian accidents can often lead to devastating and life-changing injuries for pedestrians. If you’ve been in a pedestrian accident, you may be facing the prospect of weeks, months, or even years of medical treatment and rehabilitation. Even once you’ve reached maximum recovery, you may still be left with disabilities that impact your ability to work or your daily living. When the pedestrian accident that injured you was caused by a negligent or reckless motorist, you deserve to hold them accountable to compensate you for your injuries and damages. Let an aggressive Paterson pedestrian accident lawyer from Camili Law, LLC go to work on your behalf to recover every penny of compensation you deserve from those at fault for the harm you’ve suffered.
Krenar Camili, Esq. brings years of litigation experience to each client’s case. When you’re represented by an attorney that isn’t afraid of the courtroom or going to trial and has the expertise and skill to secure a favorable verdict from the jury, insurance companies are far less likely to try to play games or get you to accept less than a fair and full settlement. They know you have the legal representation and resources needed to fight your case as long as needed until you obtain the best possible outcome.
Contact or call Camili Law, LLC for a free case evaluation with Krenar Camili, Esq. to learn more about how an aggressive personal injury attorney can make a difference in helping you to recover maximum compensation for your injuries and losses after a devastating pedestrian accident.
If you’ve been injured after being struck by a motor vehicle while walking down the street, traversing a parking lot or parking garage, or crossing an intersection, you may be entitled to recover financial compensation for damage you incur due to your injuries, including for:
In addition, you might also seek compensation for your personal property that may have been damaged in the accident, such as a broken watch, pair of glasses, or smartphone.
An experienced Paterson pedestrian accident lawyer can help you understand your rights and options for seeking financial recovery as well as what kinds of damages you should be compensated for.
Pursuing compensation in a pedestrian accident claim is not always an easy task. Drivers’ insurance companies may try every tactic possible to avoid having to provide fair and full compensation to an injured pedestrian. In many cases, an at-fault driver may not have the financial resources to completely reimburse an injured pedestrian for all of their expenses and losses, requiring a pedestrian to seek other options for financial recovery.
When you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident, dedicated personal injury lawyer Krenar Camili, Esq. can help you pursue compensation and justice in your case by:
Let Camili Law handle the details of your case so that you can stay focused on your physical and emotional recovery and on getting back to regular life following a pedestrian accident.
After you’ve been injured by a pedestrian accident, turn to Camili Law, LLC for help in obtaining the financial compensation you deserve to help you with your recovery. Contact the firm today for a free initial case review with a qualified Paterson pedestrian accident lawyer to discuss your legal options for holding the at-fault driver or party accountable for the injuries and damages you’ve suffered in a pedestrian accident.
If you’re injured in a pedestrian accident caused by a driver that either doesn’t have insurance, or only has limited insurance coverage, if you have your own auto insurance policy you may be entitled to file a claim under the uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage in your policy. This is why it is important to notify your insurer of any auto-related accident you are involved in, so that you can remain eligible to file a claim for compensation with your own insurer if necessary.
Under New Jersey’s statute of limitations, you typically have two years from the date of the accident in which to file a lawsuit to pursue your claim for compensation. If you wait too long to file your lawsuit, the at-fault driver can move to have your case dismissed from court, which may result in the loss of your right to seek compensation for your injuries and damages from those parties responsible for the accident.
The great anxiety that people have when they meet with attorneys is the cost associated with quality legal representation. That’s understandable. But with Camili Law, we’re always trying to get top dollar for your injuries, because we don’t get paid unless you get paid.
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