Car accidents are the leading cause of death and serious injury across the country. Auto insurance companies will often deny coverage for medical procedures and deny benefits that were paid for with the policy. When that happens you need an experienced accident attorney.
Cars and trucks frequently do not look out for motorcycles, which can cause riders to suffer a wide ranger of injuries. Even when a rider is wearing protective gear, serious injuries can occur. If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident, do not delay give me a call now.
Doctors and nurses can sometimes make mistakes that fall below professionally acceptable standards. When medical malpractice has been established in a lawsuit, the injured person may recover for economic losses such as medical bills and lost wages, as well as, non-economic losses such as pain and suffering.
Accidents can occur in casinos due to a number of factors including, lack of security and hazardous conditions. Mr. Flammer has practiced in Atlantic City for over 40 years and has te experience necessary to handle any case involving a casino's negligence.
Provided that a bite broke the skin, pet owners in New Jersey are strictly liable for the actions of their pets. There is no one strike rule for animals in New Jersey, which means regardless of the animals prior behavior or the owner's knowledge of the animals behavior you may recover for losses incurred as a result of injuries from a pet.
Property owners have a legal obligation to provide that you do not encounter any unreasonable hazards when on their property. Unfortunately property owners often fail to make reasonable inspections of their premises or warn vistors about hazards they may incur. When you fall as a result of a property owners negligence you need an experience personal injury attorney such as Mr. Flammer to handle your claim.
A decedent’s family may be able to recover damages as a result of the negligence of another. In New Jersey, families of victims of wrongful death are generally not entitled to compensation based upon pain and suffering. However, they are entitled to reimbursement based on the projected loss of future income of the victim. Further, a surviving spouse may recover for the loss of consortium or the companionship, help and affection of their deceased spouse.