Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys North Bergen, NJ
Let Our North Bergen Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers Help You Secure Compensation for Your Injuries
Motor vehicle accidents are among the most common type of personal injury situations encountered in North Bergen and elsewhere in New Jersey. Given the high likelihood of a motor vehicle accident on roads and highways in North Bergen, and the possibility that car crash victims will suffer serious and potentially catastrophic injuries as a result, it is important that drivers be considerate of others on the road and exercise great care while operating a vehicle so as to avoid hazards, which may include dangerous drivers.
Unfortunately, some auto accidents cannot be avoided. If you have sustained injuries in a North Bergen motor vehicle accident — whether it was a car, truck, motorcycle, or pedestrian scenario — that was caused by another person or entity, then you should consult with a qualified North Bergen attorney here at Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari to evaluate your claims.
North Bergen Motor Vehicle Accident Litigation Can Be Complex
As with other personal injury claims, a successful motor vehicle accident claim in North Bergen, NJ requires that the defendant not only have violated the reasonable care standard, but also that the violation caused you to suffer injuries.
For example, the defendant may have been been speeding, but if you were actually injured due to having been rear-ended by another vehicle, then the defendant might avoid liability, as they have not contributed to your injuries (despite having operated their vehicle negligently). In that scenario, you would likely need to sue the driver of the vehicle that rear-ended you.
Motor vehicle accident litigation in North Bergen, NJ is anything but simple. There are many complex scenarios that can arise out of what may initially appear to be a basic injury claim.
For example, if you were injured in a multi-car pileup, then you will have to identify the liable parties and bring an action against each of them – unless one of the parties is more than 60 percent liable for your injuries, in which case New Jersey joint and several liability will give you the right to sue and recover your damages in full from that defendant.
When pursuing personal injury litigation in North Bergen, NJ, success often turns on an understanding of the various strategies that a defendant is likely to employ. By understanding the arguments likely to be put forth by the defense, you can predict and undermine those arguments and strengthen your own.
We Provide Client-Oriented Legal Advocacy for North Bergen Auto Accident Victims
Blume Forte has served the interests of injured clients throughout the state of New Jersey for nearly a century. We represent plaintiffs in a wide range of personal injury litigation in North Bergen, NJ, including motor vehicle accident scenarios. Unlike many other firms, however, we are committed to the provision of client-oriented legal advocacy. We believe that by keeping the lines of communication open between client and attorney, we develop stronger cases.
This strategy has served us well over the years. We have recovered significant damages on behalf of our clients (verdicts and settlements), and further, we have been recognized by many top national and regional publications.
Contact a North Bergen Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer at Blume Forte for a Free Consultation
Have you been injured in a North Bergen auto accident due to the fault (negligence, recklessness, or intentional misconduct) of another person or entity? New Jersey law may give you a right of action against the defendant for damages, but that right is not unlimited — you have just two years from the date of injury to file a claim against the defendant. If you fail to do so, you may be precluded from pursuing recovery in a court of law.
We encourage you to get in touch with an experienced North Bergen motor vehicle accident attorney at Blume Forte as soon as possible after your accident. From the very beginning of the client-engagement process, your attorney will begin to gather relevant evidence, identify potential witnesses (including expert witnesses), communicate with the defendant and insurance companies, and file the necessary claims.
Call now or submit a case evaluation form online to speak to a North Bergen motor vehicle accident attorney here at Blume Forte.
About North Bergen, NJ
North Bergen is a small township consisting of around 60,000 residents and located in Hudson County, NJ. More specifically, the town of North Bergen is located on the banks of the Hudson River, near Jersey City and New York City. As with many other settlements in the region, North Bergen was initially in an area controlled by the Lepane Indian tribe and later by the Dutch. It was not until 1842 that North Bergen was separated into its own distinct township and began to take its current shape.
North Bergen has an estimated 64.74 miles of roadways in total and is connected to other areas by Route 495, I-95, Route 3, US Route 1/9, and CR 505. Given the extensive roadway system and the high volume of traffic passing through the township, motor vehicle accidents in North Bergen are not unlikely.
Here at Blume Forte, we have four offices throughout the state of New Jersey, one of which includes our office located at 7300 Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen, NJ. If you would like to speak with a North Bergen motor vehicle accident attorney about your accident, call or email today for a free consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions About North Bergen Motor Vehicle Accidents
Blume Forte Zerres & Molinari can handle all types of North Bergen Motor Vehicle Accidents, including:
– Car Accidents
– Motorcycle Accidents
– Truck Accidents
– Pedestrian Accidents
– ATV Accidents
– Auto Insurance Coverage
– Bicycle Accidents
– Bus Accidents
– Boat Accidents
– Aviation Accidents
– Distracted Driving Accidents
– Intersection Accidents
– Waving Accidents
The worth of your case is going to be dependent on the severity of your damages. These include your injuries, lost wages, medical bills, and lost earning capacity. The more serious your damages the higher your possible compensation will be. Speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer to get a better understanding of what your case may be worth. A lawyer will be able to give you an estimate based on your damages.