Frequently Asked Questions About New Jersey Auto Accidents
Providing answers to some of the most-commonly asked questions
At Brown, Novick & McKinley Attorneys at Law, we strive to provide our clients with convenience at every turn — from our easily accessed office located diagonally across the street from the Gloucester County Courthouse to our flexible hours. To assist you, we have compiled the following list of common questions and answers:
- Am I entitled to compensation?
- Will I have to endure a lengthy court battle?
- If I am partially responsible for the accident, can I still recover compensation?
- When should I contact an attorney?
- How much does a NJ car accident lawyer cost?
- Do I need an attorney?
Skilled help for accident victims
After an auto accident, you may face costly medical bills and may even be unable to work. Brown, Novick & McKinley Attorneys at Law can assess your case and help you obtain just compensation for your damages. To schedule a free consultation and speak to one of our highly qualified attorneys, call 866-942-4909 or contact us online.
Am I entitled to compensation? If you are injured in an auto accident, you have a right to pursue fair compensation via a settlement or a lawsuit. If your claim is successful, you will receive compensation.
Will I have to endure a lengthy court battle? Although every car accident case is different, many accident cases are settled out of court. Depending on the circumstances of your accident and the evidence you have to support your claim, you may or may not have to go to court.
If I am partially responsible for the accident, can I still recover compensation? When it comes to auto accidents in NJ, the state follows a comparative negligence rule. This allows plaintiffs to collect compensation as long as they are not more than 50 percent responsible for the accident.
When should I contact an attorney? After an accident, your first concern should be to see a doctor. Immediately afterwards, you should contact an attorney. Remember, the statute of limitations in New Jersey is two years from the time of your personal injury. Once this period has passed, you may be barred from collecting compensation.
How much does a NJ car accident lawyer cost? At Brown, Novick & McKinley Attorneys at Law, we only operate on a contingency fee basis. This means that you do not have to worry about paying us up front. Instead, we only get paid if you receive a settlement.
Contact our dedicated New Jersey legal team for help with your case
The skilled attorneys at Brown, Novick & McKinley Attorneys at Law provide dedicated legal guidance for clients throughout New Jersey who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents. Contact their office in Gloucester County today for a free initial consultation.