Brick Personal Injury Law: The Basics
What is Personal Injury Law?
Have you been victim to a personal injury in Brick, Ocean County, Monmouth County, or New Jersey? Knowing how the law defines personal injury is the first step to knowing your best recourse. Personal injury law is defined as bodily harm that is the result of another’s action or inaction (negligence). Common instances of personal injuries are: dog bites, slip and fall on another’s property, auto accidents, social host responsibility, wrongful death, and product liability. Personal injury cases are handled both in and out of New Jersey court.
Examples of Personal Injury
The following list is in no way all inclusive of personal injury examples, but a review of the most common types of personal injury claims filed for in New Jersey:
- Wrongful death
- Medical/dental malpractice
- Products liability
- Auto accidents
- Dram shop/social host liability
- Premises liability
- Dog bites
- Slip and fall
- Construction accidents
- Workers compensation
Personal Injury: The Next Steps
- Medical Care: The first step for you if you have suffered an injury is to seek medical attention and the documentation that it affords. This is an extremely time-sensitive issue, and documenting it at its worst is vital to recovering what was lost from the negligent party.
- Legal Consultation: Secondly, you must contact a NJ personal injury attorney for a consultation. Only legal professionals can help you determine the culpability of your personal injury, and recommend the best course of action in recovering compensation for medical bills, wages lost, personal suffering, etc.
Our Brick, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers Get Results
If you think you may have been victim of a personal injury due to someone else’s negligence in the Brick or New Jersey area, please give our qualified personal attorneys a call at LePore & Luizzi in Brick, New Jersey, serving Ocean County, Monmouth County, and New Jersey state. Learn more here: Personal Injury.