FAQ

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1) I have been injured in an accident, what should I do?

First of all you should seek immediate medical attention. Have someone call the police and summon an ambulance.
If you fell inside of a store or other private property make sure an employee prepares a report of the incident.
Secondly, collect as much information as possible (i.e. names of witnesses, description of scene, take photographs if possible)
Do not let others (employers, managers, friends, neighbors, etc.) intimidate you into providing authorities and emergency medical service personnel with false information about the circumstances of the accident. *Often times these people with provide you with false information in order to protect themselves and/or out of ignorance/misinformation.
Call our law firm immediately so that an investigation may be conducted immediately, witnesses may be questioned, and evidence preserved.

2) How much do you charge to represent an accident victim?

Remember, all consultations for accident victims are free. We have offices conveniently located in downtown Manhattan and Central New Jersey. If for some reason you are unable to be transported to our office, we will come to a location convenient for you.
Our law firm will forward all of the expenses of your personal injury case. When your case is settled or a judgment is obtained at trial, our firm will be reimbursed out of the award and then our firm will earn 33.33% fee for our services. In the rare event that we are unsuccessful in obtaining an award for your injuries, you will not be responsible for any of our expenses

3) What do you mean when you say Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall?

Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall accidents are those resulting from: icy sidewalks and steps, snow which hasn’t been shoveled, uneven/cracked/misaligned/raised sidewalks, broken pavement, potholes, loose, uneven or deteriorated steps, spills/grease on floors inside stores, malls, shopping centers, hospitals, sports arenas, etc., broken or missing stair railing, poor lighting and staircases/stairways which are not built to code.

4) What determines the amount of money a person can get?

When evaluating any personal injury case, we assess the strength and weaknesses based on the following factors: whether or not the person or entity responsible for your accident is insured or has access to money or assets that can be used to compensate the victim for the accident. Damages refers to the extent and nature of injury(ies) suffered. Liability is based on whether or not the person or entity that is being sued owed a legal duty to the victim, whether or not that duty was breached and finally whether or not the victim’s injury was proximately caused by the breach.
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5) I have been injured in an accident, what should I do?

First of all you should seek immediate medical attention. Have someone call the police and summon an ambulance.
If you fell inside of a store or other private property make sure an employee prepares a report of the incident.
Secondly, collect as much information as possible (i.e. names of witnesses, description of scene, take photographs if possible)
Do not let others (employers, managers, friends, neighbors, etc.) intimidate you into providing authorities and emergency medical service personnel with false information about the circumstances of the accident. *Often times these people with provide you with false information in order to protect themselves and/or out of ignorance/misinformation.
Call our law firm immediately so that an investigation may be conducted immediately, witnesses may be questioned, and evidence preserved.

6) How much do you charge to represent an accident victim?

Remember, all consultations for accident victims are free. We have offices conveniently located in downtown Manhattan and Central New Jersey. If for some reason you are unable to be transported to our office, we will come to a location convenient for you.
Our law firm will forward all of the expenses of your personal injury case. When your case is settled or a judgment is obtained at trial, our firm will be reimbursed out of the award and then our firm will earn 33.33% fee for our services. In the rare event that we are unsuccessful in obtaining an award for your injuries, you will not be responsible for any of our expenses

7) What do you mean when you say Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall?

Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall accidents are those resulting from: icy sidewalks and steps, snow which hasn’t been shoveled, uneven/cracked/misaligned/raised sidewalks, broken pavement, potholes, loose, uneven or deteriorated steps, spills/grease on floors inside stores, malls, shopping centers, hospitals, sports arenas, etc., broken or missing stair railing, poor lighting and staircases/stairways which are not built to code.

8) What determines the amount of money a person can get?

When evaluating any personal injury case, we assess the strength and weaknesses based on the following factors: whether or not the person or entity responsible for your accident is insured or has access to money or assets that can be used to compensate the victim for the accident. Damages refers to the extent and nature of injury(ies) suffered. Liability is based on whether or not the person or entity that is being sued owed a legal duty to the victim, whether or not that duty was breached and finally whether or not the victim’s injury was proximately caused by the breach.