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When facing the aftermath of an injury, the legal complexities can be overwhelming. At, we specialize in personal injury law, offering empathetic and skilled legal representation to individuals in New Jersey who have suffered due to the negligence of others. Our experienced legal team is committed to ensuring that you receive the justice and compensation you deserve.

Lawnadi Attorneys at Law stands as a beacon of support and advocacy for those navigating personal injury matters in the state of New Jersey. Here's what consumers should know about personal injury law in our state:

  1. Legal Expertise: With extensive experience in New Jersey's legal landscape, our firm possesses the knowledge and expertise necessary to handle a wide range of personal injury cases effectively.

  2. Comparative Negligence: New Jersey operates under a comparative negligence system, which means that even if you were partially at fault for your injury, you may still be entitled to recover damages. Our team can help assess the circumstances of your case and determine your eligibility for compensation.

  3. Statute of Limitations: In New Jersey, there are strict time limits, known as statutes of limitations, for filing personal injury claims. It's essential to take action promptly to preserve your right to seek compensation. Our firm is well-versed in these deadlines and can ensure that your case is filed within the required timeframe.

  4. No-Fault Insurance: New Jersey is a no-fault insurance state for car accidents, meaning that injured parties typically seek compensation from their own insurance policies regardless of who was at fault. However, certain exceptions apply, and our team can help you navigate the complexities of the no-fault system to pursue maximum compensation for your injuries.

  5. Medical Treatment: Seeking prompt medical treatment following an injury is crucial not only for your health but also for your legal claim. Documenting your injuries and following your healthcare provider's recommendations can strengthen your case and increase your chances of receiving fair compensation.

  6. Comprehensive Representation: From gathering evidence and negotiating with insurance companies to representing you in court if necessary, Lawnadi Law Firm offers comprehensive legal representation every step of the way. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and fighting tirelessly to secure the compensation you deserve.

  7. Personalized Attention: At Lawnadi Law Firm, we understand that every personal injury case is unique. That's why we take a personalized approach to each client, tailoring our legal strategies to meet their specific needs and objectives.

If you've been injured due to someone else's negligence or wrongdoing in New Jersey, don't hesitate to reach out to Lawnadi Law Firm for skilled legal representation. Your rights and recovery are our top priorities, and we're here to help you pursue justice and financial compensation for your injuries.

Personal Injury

With more than 9 million residents in New Jersey, our roads are crowded with cars and pedestrians. If you are a victim of an accident, it is essential to have good legal representation to protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve.


What do I do if I am injured in an accident?

The first thing you need to do is seek medical assistance. Speak with your primary care physician about your injury, and he or she will provide you with the care you need. If you were hurt in a car accident in NJ, most insurance policies carry personal injury coverage (PIP). PIP will pay for your medical care, physical therapy, chiropractic treatment up to the limit of your policy.

Should I speak to my insurance company or the defendant’s insurance company?

You should consult with an attorney before you make any statements to your insurance company. Your attorney will assist you in filing a claim to receive benefits. You should not speak or give a statement to the defendant’s insurance company without speaking with an attorney first. ANYTHING you say or provide to the insurance company can and is likely to be used against you in your case.

What happens after I file a claim?

Generally, you will continue with your treatment as directed by your treating physicians, and check with your attorney periodically throughout your treatment. When you are done with your treatment, your attorney will order your medical records and present your case to the defendant’s insurance company. If the insurance company refuses to award you the damages you deserve, your attorney will file a lawsuit on your behalf.

What is expected of me if you file a lawsuit on my behalf?

When a Complaint is filed, the case enters a pre-trial litigation phase. The first stage is called “Discovery,” which is a set of devices available to both sides to exchange information and prepare for trial. Discovery devices include: a set of written questions called interrogatories, oral testimony or depositions, expert reports, and medical history. You must be available to assist your attorney in preparing your case and allocate time to attend your deposition.

Should I accept the first settlement offer from the insurance company?

NO. The insurance company will likely make an offer to avoid going to trial. Your attorney will ensure that the settlement is fair, and enough to compensate you for your pain and suffering as well as cover any outstanding medical bills.
Insurance companies have teams of attorneys working to protect their interests and settle your claim for the least amount of money possible, if at all. Do not fight this fight without a skilled attorney on your side.



To schedule a free consultation with our experienced attorneys, book an appointment today and take the first step towards getting the legal representation you need.

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