New Jersey Car Accident
New Jersey residents and those traveling in the Garden State (whether to visit any of New Jersey’s attractions or while on their way to or from New York) who are injured in a car crash, truck collision, or motorcycle wreck may not immediately realize the seriousness of their situation. Injuries can quickly worsen in the hours and days following a collision, and one’s recovery may be stalled or jeopardized by any number of outside circumstances. What initially appeared to be a “straightforward” car collision claim you could submit to your no-fault insurance agency can become a complicated matter requiring that you file a car wreck lawsuit.
No matter the complexity of your New Jersey car wreck or the severity of injuries you suffered, Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is available and committed to helping you receive the legal relief to which you may be entitled.Assistance With a Variety of Motor Vehicle Wrecks
People in New Jersey utilize a variety of motor vehicles to move themselves, others, and/or goods through or within the state. Any one of these vehicles can be involved in a car wreck with your own vehicle or the vehicle of a loved one. Aretsky Law Group, P.C. has helped New Jersey clients injured in:
- Car crashes: Catastrophic and even fatal injuries are not uncommon in car crashes. While automobile safety has improved dramatically in the previous few decades, older cars that do not have up-to-date protective technology are still on the road – as are vehicles without adequate protection for drivers and passengers involved in a side-strike collision;
- Commercial truck collisions: Large commercial vehicles like commercial busses and tractor-trailers can cause devastating consequences for the occupants of passenger vehicles regardless of the speed at which the two vehicles collide and/or the type of collision that occurs. While commercial drivers typically receive additional driver training that most civilian drivers do not receive, this does not immunize commercial drivers against lapses in judgment;
- Motorcycle and bicycle wrecks: While some may not consider motorcycles or bicycles to be “vehicles,” the fact is that a considerable number of New Jersey residents use these means of transportation to travel on or alongside New Jersey roadways and highways. Motorcyclists and bicyclists are at an increased risk of suffering fatal injuries the event of a crash.
New Jersey law gives auto accident victims only two years from the date of their injury crash within which to file a claim for compensation. Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is available to help those injured in car wrecks obtain the compensation and damages they may need to meet their expenses and obligations after the wreck.
Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C. at 800-537-4154 number or email Mr. Aretsky at Eric@aretskylawgroup.com for your initial consultation. You may also view our firm overview, attorney biographies and our areas of practice when you visit our website at Aretsky Law Group.