Bayonne, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers

Seasoned Personal Injury Lawyers Provide Individualized Guidance for Accident Victims in Bayonne and Elsewhere in Hudson County, NJ

Many people who sustain a personal injury in an accident fail to take action to preserve their right to receive full compensation for those injuries—often, the injured party simply takes the immediate insurance check rather than seeking professional legal advice about the true value of their case, only to find later that their actual economic outlay was much higher than the insurance award.  Even in cases where you aren’t absolutely sure whether someone else’s negligence caused your accident, it is important to get the advice of an experienced personal injury lawyer who can evaluate whether a third party’s actions caused or contributed to the injuries you have sustained.

At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our skilled Bayonne personal injury lawyers take the time to gain a detailed understanding of what happened in your case so that we can provide guidance unique to your specific circumstances.  To discuss potential options for recovering compensation in your case, call or contact our office for a free initial case evaluation today.

Our Comprehensive Personal Injury Practice for Bayonne, NJ Victims

At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, we provide full-service legal services for personal injury and accident victims in Bayonne and throughout Hudson County, New Jersey.  Regardless of how you were injured, we understand the complexities that may arise in your case and work tirelessly to establish liability and recover a fair compensation award.  For example, if you sustained injuries in a motor vehicle accident, your case could be complicated by:

  • A driver who denies responsibility for texting while driving,
  • The presence of multiple vehicles and drivers,
  • The fact that the driver was working for an employer at the time of the accident,
  • An uninsured or underinsured motorist who caused the accident.

Medical malpractice claims can become similarly complex, especially if you are uncertain as to exactly what the medical professional did to cause your harm.  No matter how complex your case, we have the experience necessary to identify the responsible parties and fight for your right to compensation. Examples of the types of personal injury cases that we have successfully resolved include:

Dedicated Injury Lawyers Fight to Collect Fair Compensation Awards for Hudson County Accident Victims

When you have sustained injuries because of someone else’s negligence in Hudson County, it is often the case that the only justice available comes in the form of fair financial compensation for the often lasting impact that the injury will have on your life.  This is why we fight to ensure that your compensation package includes all available forms of monetary damages to which you may be entitled, including:

  • Medical expenses, which include the cost of emergency room treatment, hospital stays, future check-ups, rehabilitative care, medical devices, in-home care, prescription drugs and more,
  • Your lost ability to work, including current lost wages as well as lost employment opportunities and loss of your ability to earn equivalent wages because of your injury,
  • Pain and suffering, which can include the compensation for the physical pain you have suffered as well as ongoing emotional distress and loss of your ability to enjoy life.

Schedule a Free Consultation to Speak with a Bayonne Personal Injury Lawyer Who Has a Proven Track Record of Success

In personal injury cases, your lawyer’s experience handling similar cases can be crucial to securing a favorable outcome.  Our personal injury firm was established in New Jersey almost a century ago, and our skilled personal injury lawyers have a reputation for delivering positive results for Bayonne accident victims.  To schedule a free initial consultation to explore options in your case, call or contact us online today.

About Bayonne, NJ

Bayonne is located in Hudson County, New Jersey, on a peninsula situated just south of Jersey City.  Surrounded by Upper New York Bay (to the east), Newark Bay (to the west) and Kill Van Kull (to the south), Bayonne is home to approximately 65,083 residents (as of 2018).  Parts of Bayonne are also located in an urban enterprise zone in order to encourage growth and development, meaning that consumers in Bayonne can take advantage of a reduced state sales tax.  Shopping and business options in Bayonne include the Bayonne Town Center, Lowes, Wal-Mart and the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, which is a relatively new option for both housing and business opportunities.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Bayonne

FAQ: What if more than one person caused by accident?  Can I pursue a personal injury lawsuit against more than one person for the same injuries?  

When multiple parties contribute to the cause of the accident that caused your injuries, you may bring a personal injury lawsuit against all potentially responsible parties.  Generally, the first step in securing compensation in these personal injury cases is to allocate fault among the co-defendants. The entire value of your compensation award is then allocated based on the percentage of fault assigned to each party.  

FAQ: What if multiple parties share responsibility for causing my personal injury, but one party doesn’t have the ability to pay? 

Under New Jersey law, if one co-defendant is found to be 60 percent or more responsible, you can recover the entire compensation award from that party.  Basically, your compensation award will be determined, and you are entitled to recover up to 100% of that compensation amount and no more. When a defendant pays more than his or her fair share, that defendant can then proceed against another co-defendant for reimbursement. 

FAQ: Should I talk to the insurance company first or speak with a personal injury lawyer?  

While in some cases speaking with the insurance company right after your injury may be inevitable—especially in cases involving a commercial insurance policy and potentially large dollar exposure, an insurance agent may even come to the hospital—it is generally important to refrain from signing anything or making a formal statement until you have spoken with a personal injury lawyer.  In many cases, the insurance agent may attempt to obtain facts that could reduce your overall compensation award, and an experienced lawyer can help you avoid this potential error.