Hackensack, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers

Dedicated Personal Injury Lawyers Go the Extra Mile to Help Injured Clients in Hackensack, NJ

At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our skilled and compassionate personal injury lawyers go beyond the baseline of providing knowledgeable legal counsel and go the extra mile to give you the guidance and support that you need to fully recover after a personal injury.  Whether your vehicle was struck by a distracted driver, you suffered the adverse side effect of a prescription drug that was improperly prescribed, or you slipped and fell over a pothole in a negligently-maintained parking lot, our skilled team of personal injury lawyers is here to help.   We will use our substantial resources to connect you with the foremost medical experts in the field to ensure you get the care you need—and we will work tirelessly to help you recover the maximum compensation possible from the negligent third party who caused your accident. 

The first step to recovering financially from a personal injury is understanding your legal right to hold the negligent party accountable.  Our Hackensack personal injury firm has been fighting to get justice for accident victims for nearly 100 years, and we stand ready to go to work in your case.  For a free initial case evaluation, call or contact our office today.

Areas of Personal Injury Practice in Bergen County, NJ

Our personal injury lawyers offer full-service, comprehensive legal representation to accident victims in Hackensack, and we are also experienced in helping families who have lost loved ones to wrongful death.  Our personal injury practice includes:

We fight to help our clients recover comprehensive compensation for their injuries, which can include economic damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages or salary and any financial outlays related to the injury.  We also help clients recover non-economic damages, including compensation for pain and suffering, mental anguish, long-term disability, scarring and disfigurement and more.

Skilled Personal Injury Lawyers Dedicated to Achieving Results for Accident Victims in Hackensack and Throughout Bergen County, NJ

Our skilled personal injury lawyers and support staff are dedicated to our cause, which is helping accident victims recover financial compensation to hold negligent actors accountable in Hackensack and elsewhere in Bergen County.  When you retain our legal counsel, you can expect that we will:

  • Make ourselves available to listen to your story, answer all questions and provide a detailed explanation of all the available options in your case as they arise,
  • Provide regular updates as to your case progress,
  • Analyze and preserve all tangible evidence, including locating eyewitnesses to your accident,
  • Subpoena pertinent evidence, such as cell phone records and video surveillance, from all relevant parties,
  • Consult with the foremost experts in the field, including medical experts, financial experts and accident reconstruction specialists,
  • Complete all necessary documentation to support your claim, whether via the insurance negotiation process or through pursuing your case through trial to reach a verdict,
  • Build a compelling argument that takes into account your unique circumstances and how the injury has impacted your quality of life.

Call Today to Schedule a Free Initial Case Evaluation with Our Compassionate Hackensack Personal Injury Lawyers

When you or a loved one are suffering the effects of a personal injury, retaining an experienced personal injury lawyer can make all the difference in protecting your family’s future.  At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our skilled Hackensack personal injury lawyers go to great lengths to achieve financial results for our clients when they need it the most. We provide an honest and comprehensive evaluation of your case in your first meeting, so call or contact us to schedule your free initial consultation today.

About Hackensack, NJ

Hackensack, although located in Bergen County, New Jersey, is considered a suburb of New York City.  Located about 7 miles from the George Washington Bridge, Hackensack is home to the metropolitan campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University and the New Jersey Naval Museum.  Historically, George Washington had his headquarters in what was then Hackensack village during the retreat from Fort Lee during the Revolutionary War. Today, Hackensack is unique in that a number of diverse neighborhoods are situated very close together—high rise apartments border suburban neighborhoods and industrial areas, all of which remain popular due to Hackensack’s popular small town downtown business district.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Hackensack

FAQ: Do I have to see a doctor to pursue a claim based on personal injury?  

Generally, yes, and you should see a doctor as soon as possible after your accident.  First, the doctor’s recommendations will be instrumental in ensuring that you heal properly, but they will also be used to establish that your personal injury was caused by the accident in question.  Your doctor’s ongoing recommendations will provide a baseline for the medical expenses that you can expect to recover in your personal injury case, both currently and in the future. Without a medical professional’s expert opinion as to the future outlays required to treat your injury, your basis for recovering compensation for those anticipated expenses will be much weaker.

FAQ: How (and why) does the insurance company or court assign percentage of fault in determining my personal injury compensation award if fault is contested?  

Because some personal injury cases involve accidents in which both parties played a role in causing the accident, the courts will assign a percentage of fault to each party to determine how much of your compensation award you can actually receive.  In many personal injury cases, your lawyer’s skills and experience in crafting a strong argument in your favor will be critical to achieving a favorable outcome when it comes to assigning percentage of fault in your case. The strength of all evidence will be considered, as well as our ability to locate and use evidence that mitigates your own responsibility.