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The Law Offices of John Morelli is a New Jersey Personal Injury Law Firm. We represent individuals who are injured in automobile accidents or workplace accidents; or injured by equipment or machinery; or through the negligent maintenance of property. Read More >

New Jersey Auto Accident Injury Claims
New Jersey is a "No-Fault" state. This puts the burden on an injured person to produce medical evidence from a doctor that they have suffered an injury that is permanent in nature. Read More >

Slip Fall Injury Unsafe Conditions
Dangerous conditions for slip/falls can exist in not just crumbling curbs and steps and on snowy surfaces, but in nearly any business establishment if they are not properly maintained. Read More >

Injury Medical Exam
Remember that this is an exam for the purpose of stating that you are not injured, or that if you have a condition that it is not related to your accident. If this doctor is friendly, beware. Read More >

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Manufacturers of products or machinery are held responsible for any damage caused by the products that they sell and place into the stream of commerce. Read More >

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If you are injured in a car accident and only have the minimum coverage under a standard insurance policy for underinsured or uninsured motorist coverage, regardless of how seriously you were injured, you will be limited to a $15,000 recovery. Read More >


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    Who Will Pay For My Medical Treatment During My Case?
Mr. Morelli is an experienced trial attorney who has been actively appearing before juries since he was admitted to the bar in 1981.Read More >
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        When you get hurt and are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, you will likely still be receiving treatment while your case is ongoing. Prior to having the other party found as being “at-fault” for your injuries, hospitals and doctors nonetheless are going to want to get paid. How exactly do you get your treatment paid for?

Every case is unique, and it is very difficult to speak in generalities. Getting medical care paid for can be complicated and varies due to a number of factors.

Medical Treatment for Auto Accident Victims

For Auto-Accident cases, New Jersey has set up PIP (Personal Injury Protection) for instances like this. When you are injured in an auto accident, the options you have depends on your policy. If you have a PIP policy, you may be able to get your insurance company to pay for a limited amount of necessary medical care. The amount of coverage you purchased in your policy will determine how much, if any, of your medical costs will be covered.

If you are in such a situation, with a PIP policy covering your care, your auto-insurance company will be allowed to approve any medical procedures you receive related to the case. Frequently, they will deny or delay approving care and even contest the necessity of certain practices. Other times, they will insist on having a person go through cheaper, less effective methods of care before getting the procedures they really need. That’s why it’s crucial to have an attorney with experience against insurance companies handling your case. Without a lawyer fighting for you, auto-insurance companies aren’t going to be generous about getting you the best care possible.

Medical Treatment for Slip and Fall Victims

Slip and Fall Cases are different because you don’t have the preexisting structure of PIP to determine who pays what and how. Exactly how medical costs will play out is hard to say, it depends on the health insurance coverage of the victim, the property insurance coverage of the defendant, and a variety of other issues such as the overall nature of the injury involved. In general, if a person is hurt from a fall they will go to the hospital and use their own personal insurance to pay for their treatment. Continued treatment would be done through their health insurance until the completion of the case, during which the insurance company may want to be reimbursed for the care given. Insurance companies can demand such reimbursement only in certain limited circumstances under New Jersey law.

Getting Your Treatment Paid For

When an injury victim successfully wins a case, any of their unpaid medical costs related to that case may be paid for by the defendant or their insurance. Prior to then, it can be difficult to assess all the benefits available and get the care that you need paid for. That’s why it’s important that, if you have been injured, that you call and talk to a personal injury lawyer to see what your options may be.



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Personal Injury Attorney Maple Shade New Jersey10 Things You Should Know Before Filing an Injury Claim
Being hurt can be a frustrating experience. But, it’s good to remember that there is an outlet built into the legal system for people like you. All potential clients should be aware of the following information before they go to file their claim. Read on>
Length of a Personal Injury SettlementHow Long Will it Take to Settle my Personal Injury Claim?
The length of time it takes for an injured person to settle their claim can vary greatly depending on the circumstances. But, there is a point at which all cases should wait until reaching a settlement. Read on>
Length of a Personal Injury SettlementContingency Fees For Personal Injury Lawyers Explained
There are several different ways in which attorneys bill their clients, but New Jersey law stipulates that personal injury lawyers may handle cases on a contingency fee basis. An attorney can assist an injured victim, regardless of their economic circumstances. Read on>
Length of a Personal Injury SettlementTop 5 Arguments Defense Lawyers Use in Injury Cases
Defense lawyers for injury cases have certain arguments they commonly use against plaintiffs. Before you file your case, it’s important to know what they will most likely say to avoid having their clients be found liable for your injury. Read on>
Length of a Personal Injury SettlementWho Will Pay For my Medical Treatment During My Case?
You will likely still be receiving treatment while your case is ongoing. Prior to having the other party found as being “at-fault” for your injuries, hospitals and doctors nonetheless are going to want to get paid. How exactly do you get your treatment paid for? Read on>
Length of a Personal Injury SettlementA Guide to New Jersey Personal Injury Protection Benefits
New Jersey is a no fault state. That means that if you are involved in an automobile accident, your own automobile insurance company will pay for your medical bills. Personal Injury Protection Benefits allow victims to make a claim for injuries. Read on>



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