Laurel Springs Personal Injury Attorneys Secure Compensation for Accident Victims Dealing with Pain and Emotional Struggles
Do not jump to the conclusion that your injury is going to heal itself and that you don’t need any assistance. It’s entirely possible, maybe even likely, that the physical pain will become more intense over time. Beyond that, your injuries could eventually cause serious emotional struggles. If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, or any other kind of accident, and have lost the use of part of your body during the recovery process, you are probably going to need help. You might struggle to do the things you did before the accident. You might even have difficulty getting out of bed in the morning. In the worst cases, you may be unable to return to work for a significant amount of time, which can lead to mounting bills and expenses, as well as severe stress. A skilled personal injury attorney can help you explore your options and get the compensation you need and deserve.
Laurel Springs, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers Secure Compensation for Dog Attack Injury Victims
When you walk down the street in your neighborhood, or anywhere else in New Jersey, you should not have to worry about the possibility of being attacked by a vicious dog. A dog attack can expose you, and your loved ones, to serious physical pain, as well as a lifetime of emotional suffering if you are scarred or disfigured because of the dog attack. In the worse cases, you might never fully heal after the attack. Negligent dog owners deserve to be held accountable for their failures to control their dogs. Moreover, holding these reckless dog owners legally responsible is important because it will ensure that they take proper steps in the future and do not expose any other innocent victim to dangerous dog attacks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that there are more than 4.5 million dog bite injuries in the United States each year. The most severe injuries stemming from dog attacks include broken bones, nerve damage, skin lacerations, puncture wounds, and injuries to the eyes. In the most tragic dog attacks, the victim can suffer wrongful death. New Jersey law holds negligent dog owners liable for failing to control their dogs. The law specifically holds dog owners “strictly liable” for dog attacks, which means the negligent owner is legally responsible for damages even if their dog lacks a history of attacks. A knowledgeable personal injury attorney can examine the evidence in your case and help you figure out your legal options.
Contact South Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers with More Than 30 Years of Experience
Garber Law places a high priority on helping clients get compensation for their accident-related injuries. That’s because our compassionate and skilled lawyers always place the client’s best interests first. We will use our 30 years of experience in New Jersey personal injury cases to your advantage by coming up with a highly personalized, strategic approach designed to maximize your compensation and get you the results you deserve. We are available day and night to discuss your case over the phone, or you can schedule a free consultation at our NJ office.