Union City, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers

Skilled Personal Injury Lawyers Provide Compassionate Legal Support for Union City, NJ Accident Victims

When you have sustained injuries in an accident caused by someone else, you need a skilled legal advocate by your side to help you understand your legal right to compensation and explain all possible options for recovering that compensation.  Although it is essential that you receive the highest possible quality legal representation in your claim, you also need a personal injury lawyer who is available to give your case the personal attention it deserves and answer all questions that you are likely to have along the way.

At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our dedicated Union City personal injury lawyers are here to fight for your right to recover the full value of your personal injury claim, whether via negotiations with the insurance companies or through pursuing your case through trial to receive a verdict.  We understand that you may be facing challenges that you have no experience handling, so our lawyers are here to provide comprehensive support to help you get back on your feet. For a free initial consultation, call or contact our skilled personal injury team today.

, our dedicated Union City personal injury lawyers are here to fight for your right to recover the full value of your personal injury claim, whether via negotiations with the insurance companies or through pursuing your case through trial to receive a verdict.  We understand that you may be facing challenges that you have no experience handling, so our lawyers are here to provide comprehensive support to help you get back on your feet. For a free initial consultation, call or contact our skilled personal injury team today.

Your Right to Financial Compensation in a Union City Personal Injury Case

Generally, accident victims in Union City, NJ accident cases are entitled to two types of basic compensation—economic damages and non-economic damages, which are divided based upon whether the cost was objective (for example, out of pocket costs) or subjective, as follows:

  • Economic damages include medical expenses, emergency room costs, prescription drug costs, rehabilitative care, lost wages, lost future earning capacity, property damage and even transportation and child care expenses if relevant.
  • Non-economic damages include costs such as pain and suffering, disfigurement and scarring, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, loss of consortium in wrongful death cases.

While it is rare to recover punitive damages in a New Jersey personal injury case, compensation designed solely to punish the person who caused your accident may be available if the harm was intentional—for example, in civil assault cases—or if the defendant behaved so recklessly as to shock the conscience.

These basic types of compensation are typically available regardless of the type of accident involved, but the amount of compensation available will vary depending upon how serious and permanent your injury was.  We take the time to understand your life so that we can really learn how the accident has changed your ability to enjoy life, both currently as you recover and into the future. Getting to know our clients personally helps us provide better legal representation, and when you choose our Union City personal injury lawyers, you can expect to be treated as a valued client, rather than as just a number on a case file.

Skilled Personal Injury Lawyers with a Reputation for Excellence Fight for Accident Victims in Union City and Throughout Hudson County

At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our trusted personal injury lawyers fight for clients injured in a diverse array of accidents in Union City, from car accidents and construction accidents to incidences of medical malpractice, defective products litigation and even dog bite claims.  We also represent clients who have been injured in:

We work tirelessly not only to identify every potentially responsible party, but to ensure you receive the highest compensation award available in your personal injury case.

Call Today to Schedule a Free and Comprehensive Consultation to Discuss Options in Your Union City, NJ Personal Injury Case

At Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, our knowledgeable Union City personal injury lawyers represent clients from all walks of life who have sustained all types of injuries—there is no case too complicated for us to take on, and, similarly, there is no case too small. 

We are passionate about protecting your legal right to compensation after an accident, so call us today or fill out this online contact form to schedule a free and comprehensive consultation to discuss your options.

About Union City, NJ

Union City, located in Hudson County, New Jersey, is the second most highly densely populated city in the United States with an estimated population of 51,810 per square mile.  Union City is known for both its early German-speaking population, which migrated across the Hudson River from Manhattan and caused Union City to be nicknamed “Embroidery Capital of the United States” and its later influx of Spanish speakers, which inspired Union City’s second nickname, “Havana on the Hudson”.  Today, Union City is known for hosting the country’s longest running passion play as well as New Jersey’s annual Cuban Day Parade.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Union City

FAQ: What if there is a disagreement over who caused my accident and personal injury?  

Responsible parties and insurance companies frequently attempt to deny their liability by shifting blame onto the accident victim or even a third party who was also involved in the accident.  This is where the help of a skilled personal injury attorney becomes even more valuable. We will fully investigate your accident to get the hard evidence necessary to establish liability and even locate credible eyewitnesses and expert witnesses to support your claim with their testimony.  Because we handle these cases on a daily basis, we have developed the innovative spirit and deep legal knowledge necessary to formulate a strong case designed to eliminate any doubt as to liability.

FAQ: What if the person who caused the accident doesn’t have enough insurance to pay my claim?  

When the person who causes an accident is underinsured or even uninsured, we can still explore alternative possibilities for recovering compensation—whether via another insurance policy or through a personal injury lawsuit where the responsible party would be required to pay with his or her own assets.  In some cases, there may be more than one party who can ultimately be held responsible, and we will examine all of the facts to get the maximum compensation possible.