Personal Injury Lawyers Parsippany, NJ
Experienced NJ Personal Injury Attorneys Represent Accident Victims in Parsippany and Throughout Morris County, New Jersey
If another person or entity acted negligently and caused injury or death because of that negligence, the injured party or the loved ones of the deceased may be entitled to compensation. New Jersey law allows monetary awards for injuries and related expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and psychological trauma. However, building a strong case for compensation can be tricky and typically requires thorough knowledge of the law and experience with similar cases. A qualified Parsippany personal injury attorney should be able to advise you.
Not all personal injury attorneys are alike. The New Jersey lawyers at Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari have been helping clients in Parsippany and throughout Morris County since 1929. Few law firms in the state can offer that level of experience. Over the years, our law firm has won more million-dollar and multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements than any other law firm in New Jersey. To learn about your legal options after an injury caused by another’s negligence in Parsippany, NJ, contact us to schedule a free consultation.
Our Parsippany Personal Injury Cases
Our lawyers handle personal injury lawsuits for our Parsippany clients who suffered injury and loss because of:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Dog bites
- Construction accidents
- Dangerous property conditions
- Pedestrian accidents
- Chemical exposure
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home negligence
- Drug injuries
- On-the-job accidents
Our personal injury attorneys have been able to help numerous clients with complicated cases that involve:
- Brain injuries and other catastrophic injuries
- Injuries to children
- Burn injuries
- Wrongful death
In cases like these, our Parsippany clients can be assured that we will build the strongest possible case for them in pursuit of the maximum compensation. Whether at trial in the courtroom or during negotiating sessions, our Parsippany attorneys do not back down. We advocate aggressively for our clients and for their best interests.
The Blume Forte Difference in Parsippany Personal Injury Cases
In addition to the many years during which we have helped many clients in Parsippany and elsewhere in New Jersey, our firm and attorneys have been recognized in numerous publications and ranking service listings for their results, integrity, and client-centered service. Our lawyers work closely with clients to ensure that they are fully aware of progress in their legal matter and that they are in the best possible situation to make decisions about the case.
Call Our NJ Lawyers About Your Parsippany Personal Injury Claim for a Free Consultation
If another’s negligence injured you or caused the death of a loved one in Parsippany, NJ, call us at (973) 635-5400 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. When you talk with one of our Parsippany personal injury attorneys, we will give you options and recommend the best course of action for your case.
About Parsippany, NJ
Parsippany is actually Parsippany-Troy Hills, although most people just call the township Parsippany. As of the 2010 census, the population of the Morris County community was about 53,200. Parsippany has a large Indian-American community, with about 500 people reporting in the 2010 census that they emigrated or descended from people of the Indian sub-continent.
Large employers in Parsippany include Allergan, Kings Food Markets, Lexus and Toyota Financial Services, American Financial Resources, Wyndham Worldwide, and PNY Technologies. U.S. operations of Cadbury Adams, Reckitt Benckiser, Ricola, and Safilo are located in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Transit options in Parsippany include train service to Penn Station and Hoboken from the neighboring town of Denville, NJ. Numerous New Jersey Transit bus routes allow residents to get to Newark, NJ. Lakeland Bus Lines operates routes to Port Authority bus terminal in Manhattan, New York. Parsippany operates a free bus service to residents six days a week. There is a general aviation airport in nearby Morristown.