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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 >

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 >

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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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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        No one wants to get hurt. Forget what some people say about “big-pay-days” and the potential for an injury settlement, being injured is not about the money. Being injured means living with constant, daily pain and the raw, emotional struggles of coping with a physical loss. Our lives revolve around a fragile symbiosis balancing several acts at once; remove or infringe on just one of them and everything else is affected. What happens when you could possibly need surgery, or miss significant time from work due to an injury? These are questions that no one wants to have to answer.

No one can turn back time, but if you are injured filing a personal injury claim through an attorney could be your best recourse to express and receive compensation. Nobody chooses to get injured, but if and when it happens, it’s to review your options should you decide to proceed with a claim.

Compensation For Your Injuries

When dealing with an injury, many people are curious if they could have legal rights. Generally, when someone has injured another person, the individual at fault is legally responsible for any of the damages sustained by the victim. This means that all medical expenses, loss of wages or any other relevant damages can be claimed to be remunerated through monetary compensation. Damage does not just include physical issues, either. A victim can make a claim for pain and suffering or any emotional issues as well.
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Should the victim be successful in having the opposing party declared legally liable for their injuries, all of their damages can be reimbursed through compensation. Injury law recognizes that person has been hurt and will not be made whole again. But, each case is different, so it’s important to disclose to your attorney the full nature of the injuries and circumstances involving your claim.

How an Attorney Can Help

Personal Injury attorneys are sometimes referred to as plaintiff lawyers because of their commitment to represent plaintiffs when they have been hurt. When an attorney takes on a case, it’s imperative they research every aspect of the incident to find out the true cause of events. An attorney does not take on a case unless they believe their client suffered an injury due to the actions of another individual AND that those injuries can be sufficiently proven on the record. In order to accomplish this, sometimes we will hire expert witnesses and accident specialists who can look at the scene analytically and submit their professional opinion on record. Attorneys ultimately are the ones responsible for advocating their client’s cause and providing legal advice and assistance. If they decide to bring their case to trial, it’s the attorney’s job to argue on behalf of their client in front of a jury.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Auto Accidents occur so frequently that the State of New Jersey has put into place a system which dictates how personal injury cases for car accidents are handled. This system is called PIP (Personal Injury Protection), which allows victims of auto accidents to get their medical costs paid for through auto insurance. The options available vary depending on what policy the driver purchased as part of their plan. If you are having your medical care paid for through PIP, having an attorney can help make sure that they give you all the benefits available.

Slip, Trip and Fall Injuries

When a business owner opens their building, it must be safe for any patron to traverse. That means ensuring that the structure of the building is safe and there is no potential hazards that could cause someone to hurt themselves. This includes proper maintenance of the building, through necessary repairs that ensure everything is kept up to code and even seasonal issues such as snow removal. Falls on ice during the winter are common as many businesses fail to clear snow from sidewalks as well as they should. If you have fallen, it’s important you speak with a lawyer. Slip and Fall cases of premises liability can be lengthy, lasting on average 24 months or 2 years.

Other Types of Injuries

When a victim is hurt due to the actions of another individual, whether they are a result of negligence or intent, that person has the right to file a personal injury claim. There are many ways in which a person, business or entity can injure someone; whether it is through inaction or willful intent of harm. Personal Injury law has been engrained in western culture for over 200 years; injured victims have rights to claim a recovery for the harm done to them. Catastrophic injuries such as these should be dealt with through the legal system with a qualified personal injury attorney to handle their case.

More Information About Personal Injury Law

For anyone undergoing an injury claim, it’s important to talk with your lawyer and stay informed throughout the process. Anytime someone is hurt, there can be devastating consequences on their life. On average, an incapacitating injury causes over $70,000 in economic damages to a victim. A personal injury lawyer can empower their clients by giving them a voice. Before you start the process of filing your claim, make sure you take some time to read about what you can expect once your case is underway.

Personal Injury Attorney Albion New Jersey 0800910 Things You Should Know Before Filing an Injury Claim
Here are some important things that all clients should be aware of before they decide to undergo a personal injury claim. Unless you are familiar with the law, you might be unaware of many things you will encounter. Read on>
Injury Lawyer Albion New Jersey 08009How Long Will it Take to Settle my Personal Injury Claim?
There is a point at which all cases should wait until reaching a settlement. It's important that the attorney handling your case wait until the right time to make sure they get the best settlement figure possible. Read on>
Attorney Contingency FeesContingency Fees For Personal Injury Lawyers Explained
Lawyers in New Jersey are allowed to bill their clients through a contingency fee arrangement with their clients when handling a personal injury claim. Doing so allows an attorney to accept no upfront money in exchange for their services. Read on>
Top 5 Arguments of Defense LawyersTop 5 Arguments Defense Lawyers Use in Injury Cases
Defense lawyers in injury cases have several arguments that they levy against almost all claimaints. It's important to know what they could potentially say to fight being liable for your personal injury claim. Read on>
Medical Treatment for Personal Injury ClaimsWho 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>
PIP Medical BenefitsA 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>

Talk to an Albion Lawyer Today

For clients from Albion, whether you are suffering after a car accident, a slip-and-fall, or any type of injury, we are here to help. Finding the right lawyer can be a difficult process in itself, which is why you will be comforted having one of the state’s most well respected attorneys on your side. Call (856)-616-1300 or fill out our online form located on the right side of this page to schedule your free consultation today.

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