Parsippany Car Accident Lawyers
Skilled Car Accident Lawyers Protect The Rights Of Car Accident Victims In Parsippany And Across New Jersey
Every day, someone in the Garden State has a car accident. Sometimes the resulting injuries are minor. Other times, the injuries are severe or life threatening.
All accident victims have rights under personal injury law. And the accident lawyers at Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari have been dedicated to protecting those rights since 1963. Our skilled, knowledgeable car accident lawyers advocate on behalf of injured car accident victims in Parsippany and across New Jersey.
Parsippany Car Accident Victims Can Recover Compensation For Their Injuries And Other Losses
When you have been harmed because someone else was negligent, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries and other losses. You may recover compensation for a variety of losses, including — but not limited to — any of the following:
- Medical treatments
- Hospital bills
- Cost of rehabilitation
- Surgical costs
- Cost of prescription drugs
- Diagnostic imaging tests
- Cost of future anticipated accident-related medical expenses
- Emotional pain and suffering
- Loss of quality of life
- Loss of life enjoyment
- Loss of income because of time away from work to recover
- Lost vacation time
- Lost sick time
- Loss of your future earning capacity due to the injuries
Several of the losses listed above have an exact monetary value and those are easy to calculate. Other losses, such as emotional pain and suffering, are immeasurable. When evaluating these losses, the court will assign a monetary value.
What Happens When More Than One Driver Is At Fault For A Parsippany Car Accident?
When more than one person shares fault for a car accident, different rules apply regarding the compensation. The state of New Jersey is a “modified comparative fault” state. What this means is that if it is determined that you are somewhat at fault for a car accident, then the compensation you would receive will be reduced.
Specifically, New Jersey’s modified comparative fault rules provide that your amount of compensation will be reduced by a percentage that reflects your responsibility for the accident. So, in the case of a driver that is 40 percent responsible for a car accident, their compensation will be reduced by 40 percent. In that case, a damage award of $50,000 will be reduced by 40 percent — $20,000 — for a compensation of $30,000.
In New Jersey, if it is determined that you are more than 50 percent responsible for the car accident, then you may not recover any compensation from the other at fault drivers. If you have been involved in a car accident, it is best to consult with an experienced accident attorney regarding the issue of negligence.
Why Choose Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari to Handle Your Parsippany Car Accident Claim?
If you are filing a personal injury claim for a car accident, you want results. You want to recover just compensation for your car accident injuries and other losses without delay.
At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our car accident attorneys deliver just that. Our firm is recognized as one of the state’s most successful personal injury law firms. Our attorneys have obtained more verdicts and settlements over one million dollars than any other New Jersey law firm.
Our experienced team is dedicated to protecting the rights of accident victims. The following are among the many services Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari provides to our New Jersey clients:
- Thoroughly investigate the car accident claim
- Obtain medical documents to support your injury claim
- Collect evidence to prove fault for the accident
- Conduct interviews with witnesses
- File all necessary paperwork and documents with the insurance company
- Work with clients to outline the desired outcome in the case
- Analyze your losses to calculate a just compensation amount for your injuries
- Skillful negotiation with insurance companies to recover the maximum compensation allowable without delay
- Litigation of your car accident case before a judge or jury if necessary
Our team delivers exemplary service, personal attention to each case, a thorough understanding of New Jersey’s personal injury laws, and a relentless dedication to advocating for the rights of those who have suffered injury in accidents that were caused by another person or entity’s negligent actions.
In addition to the above services the car accident attorneys at Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari offer a free case evaluation, whereby a member of our team will explain the accident claims process and your rights under personal injury law, assess the merits of your claim and advise you of your available options.
Legal Team At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari Widely Recognized For Its Success In Helping Accident Victims in Parsippany And Across New Jersey
At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our attorneys have earned numerous accolades, including being named Super Lawyers and among The Best Lawyers in America. Our firm is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, and has received multiple Litigation Achievement awards. Named one of the best law firms in New Jersey several times, our skilled team has in-depth knowledge of personal injury law and an unrelenting dedication to advocating for accident victims.
Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari offers a free case evaluation, offering an analysis of the merits of your case and critical information regarding your available options for pursuing compensation. To arrange for a confidential consultation with one of our accident attorneys, contact our office.
Founded in Newark, New Jersey, in 1929, Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari has offices in four convenient New Jersey locations including Chatham, Jersey City, North Bergen, and Sea Girt.
About Parsippany, New Jersey
Parsippany, New Jersey, which is actually Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, is a township in Morris County, in northeastern New Jersey. Repeatedly ranked as one of the best places to live in the United States, the township is located 23 miles west of New York City and encompasses the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and the swamps of the Passaic River.
Home to 53,238 residents, Parsippany-Troy Hills was incorporated as a township in 1928. Missionaries were among the early settlers to this area, along with other settlers who were attracted to the local iron-ore deposits.