ACCIDENTS & INJURIES

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New Jersey Car Accidents

The most common kind of personal injury lawsuit is the auto accident. More than 37,000 people died in auto accidents in the United States last year. Countless more were seriously injured. Motor vehicle accidents are usually a result of driver negligence. In New Jersey car accident cases, many factors can be involved in determining who is responsible for the injuries suffered by drivers or passengers in car accidents, truck accidents, bus accidents, or motorcycle accidents. New Jersey and New York laws often revolve around a person’s failure to act or drive as a reasonable, ordinary person would be expected to act or drive in the particular situation that caused the accident.

Accidents Involving Other Factors

Although most accidents are caused by negligent driving, sometimes there are other factors involved. For example, defective maintenance of traffic signs and traffic signals, as well as other dangerous conditions on a roadway itself, are frequent causes of traffic accidents. However, it is important to recognize that when the cause of an accident is a public entity such as the State of New Jersey, or a municipality, extremely strict “notice of claim” rules must be adhered to, and those rules generally require the filing of a Notice of Claim with the public entity involved within 90 days. As a result, in any case where the negligence of a State or local government may be involved, it is extremely important to seek legal representation as quickly as possible. If you are seriously injured in a car accident, whether you were the driver or a passenger, you should consult a trial lawyer who is experienced in personal injury cases to protect your legal rights at the earliest possible date.

Experienced Auto Accident Lawyers

The attorneys of the Law Offices of G. Martin Meyers, based in Morris County, New Jersey, represent drivers and passengers injured in car accidents, SUV rollovers and other motor vehicle accidents in the states of New Jersey and New York. They have a record of success in vindicating their clients’ rights, and maximizing the value of those rights to the greatest possible extent. This page provides a partial listing of cases that may involve negligence. Whether or not your specific problem is listed here, please call the office for a free, no-obligation assessment of your case. You can reach us at (973) 625-0838.

• Catastrophic Injury Motorcycle Accidents
• Head Injury
• Head Trauma
• Wrongful Death
• Accidents
• SUV Rollover
• All Terrain Vehicle Accidents
• ATV Accidents
• Auto Accidents
• Airbag Failure
• Seat Belt Failures
• Trucking Accidents
• Train Accidents
• Bus Accidents
• School Accidents
• School Bus Accidents
• Tractor Trailer Accidents
• Electrical Injury
• Lawnmower Accidents
• Playground Accidents
• Amusement Park Accidents
• Pedestrian Injuries
• Slip and Fall
• Animal Attacks
• Dog Bites
• Boating Accidents
• Diving Accidents
• Bodily Injury
• Permanent Injuries
• Drunk Driver
• Post-traumatic Stress
• Mesothelioma
• Asbestos Exposure
• Complex Cases Bicycle Accidents
• Severe Burns
• Fires
• Explosions
• Snow and Ice Injuries
• Commercial Vehicle Liability
• Tort Actions
• Toxic Torts
• Trip and Fall
• City Lawsuits
• State Claims
• Municipal Claims
• Swimming Accidents
• Complex Litigation
• Premises Security
• Negligent Security
• Plaintiffs Personal Injury
• Civil Litigation
• Complex Litigation
• Class Actions
• Trial Lawyers
• Safety Defects
• Faulty Traffic Lights
• Tire Tread Separation
• Defective Tires
• Gear Malfunction
• Roof Collapse
• Faulty Switches
• Serious Injuries
• Food Poisoning
• Emotional Injuries
• Accutane

f you have been involved in an accident in New Jersey, it is important to have an attorney who has the wherewithal to fully investigate the accident. G. Martin Meyers and his team will fully investigate every aspect of your motor vehicle accident, holding wrongdoers accountable so that you get the maximum compensation for your losses.

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