Attorneys Representing Clients Injured in NJ Auto Accidents
New Jersey’s network of roads and highways are some of the busiest in the country, largely due to its proximity to New York City and Philadelphia, as well as the general population density of our state. When drivers are careless, they are putting the lives of everyone around them at risk. Accidents happen every day in New Jersey. While some are simple fender benders, others can result in life-long suffering and even death. Stathis & Leonardis understands how serious auto accidents are, no matter which type of motor vehicle was involved. If you or a loved one has been injured in a New Jersey motor vehicle accident, contact the Middlesex County attorneys at Stathis & Leonardis today to schedule a consultation.
Auto accidents are not limited to one car hitting another. Our firm has the experience necessary to handle a wide range of automobile accidents, some of which include the following:
- Car accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Uber/Lyft accidents
- Mass transit accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Injured passengers
Motor vehicle accidents are quite serious and can result in life-altering injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, loss of limbs, the loss of a fetus, spinal cord damage, deformities, and more. Our firm has the skill and experience necessary to handle all of these matters and help you obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Some of the compensation that can be recovered with the help of Stathis & Leonardis includes the cost of medical bills, rehabilitation, lost wage and lost future wages, among others. Our firm is also committed to helping clients recover noneconomic damages, some of which may include emotional distress, loss of independence, and pain and suffering.
Statutes of Limitations
The state of New Jersey requires that all personal injury lawsuits are filed no later than two years from the date of the accident. Motor vehicle accidents are no exception to this rule. This deadline is referred to as the statutes of limitations. If an individual fails to file a claim within this time period, they are relinquishing their rights to take legal action against the negligent party. If the party at fault was a municipality, it is important to be aware that you may be subject to a shorter deadline, known as the Notice of Claim. An experienced attorney can inform you if this applies to your situation.
Contact Stathis & Leonardis
If you have been seriously injured on New Jersey’s roads in a motor vehicle accident, it is important to retain quality legal counsel. Stathis & Leonardis has the experience needed to fight on your behalf for maximum compensation during the difficult period of time after an accident. Contact our firm today to schedule a consultation with our attorneys.