Hudson County Personal Injury Lawyer2018-01-16T18:16:41+00:00

Hudson County Personal Injury Attorneys

Hudson County Personal Injury Attorneys

Hudson County Personal Injury Attorneys

Accidents happen, regardless of how careful you may be. When accidents and injuries are caused by someone else’s negligent behavior, however, the aftermath can be especially challenging. In these situations, it’s crucial to remember that:

  • You are not alone.
  • You may have a number of legal options for holding the negligent parties accountable for harming you.
  • You can rely on the Hudson County personal injury lawyers at Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC for help seeking justice and compensation.

The experienced trial lawyers at Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC have more than 150 years of combined legal experience. Astute, skilled and relentless, our attorneys can provide you with extraordinary representation, personal service and successful resolutions for any type of personal injury case.

Call (201) 528-6928 or Email Us

for a Free Consultation & Important Information about Your Legal Options

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We are ready to provide you with honest answers and clear legal advice regarding your potential claim. We can travel to your location if you are unable to visit our office, and we offer Saturday appointments (upon request). If we do not think we can obtain the results you are looking for, we will not accept your case.

What Is a Personal Injury Claim?

Also referred to as a tort claim, a personal injury case arises when the negligence of one party causes injuries, suffering and losses to another party. Various types of cases are classified as personal injury claims, including (but not limited to) those involving:

  • Motor vehicle accidents, including car crashes, truck accidents, motorcycle wrecks and pedestrian accidents
  • Premises liability accidents, such as slip and falls, elevator accidents and swimming pool accidents
  • Catastrophic injuries, like traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and disfigurement
  • Wrongful death.

Here, it should be noted that, in personal injury cases, New Jersey follows the Modified Comparative Fault, 51 percent Bar Rule. This means that, even if an injured person was partly at fault for the accident and injuries, (s)he can still be entitled to compensation as long as (s)he was less negligent than the defendant. When fault is shared by the plaintiff and defendant, the resulting awards will usually be proportionally reduced (by the percentage of fault assigned to the plaintiff).

How Do Personal Injury Cases Work?

Different types of personal injury claims may proceed in different ways, depending on factors like (but not limited to) the nature of:

  • The negligence that caused the accident and injuries
  • The defendant(s)
  • The available evidence to back up the claim.

While an attorney at Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC can give you specific answers to this question, in general, the process of resolving personal injury claims can involve things like (but not necessarily exclusive to):

  • Filing various documents with the court to get a case started
  • Gathering the necessary evidence
  • Working and negotiating with insurance companies
  • Presenting the case in any legal arena, including mediation, trial, etc.

How Much Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

Just as the process for resolving personal injury claims can vary across different types of cases, so too can the recoveries for these cases vary. Some of the factors that can impact the amount of compensation that is available for a given claim include (and are not restricted to):

  • The nature of the accident and negligence
  • The scope and severity of the injuries suffered
  • The type and number of negligent parties
  • Whether punitive damages may be available.

A lawyer at Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC can evaluate your claim and explain more about the damages available for your case. Generally, however, compensation for personal injury cases tends to include damages for:

  • Medical bills and treatments
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage and repairs
  • Loss of consortium
  • Mental suffering.

What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

In the wake of an accident and serious injuries, the right legal representation can make all the difference in the strength of your claim and the success of your financial recovery. Given the physical, emotional and financial stresses that can arise following a serious accident, having an experienced personal injury attorney can be pivotal to helping you:

  • Protect your rights and interests
  • Understand the legal remedies available for your claim
  • Craft and present a solid case
  • Achieve the best possible resolution and the maximum available compensation for your claim.

Contact a Hudson County Personal Injury Lawyer at Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC

A Hudson County personal injury lawyer at Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC can take care of all of the work required to start, build, present and resolve your claim. We are ready to explain more about our services and how we can help you recover.

Call (201) 528-6928 or email our firm for a free, no obligations consultation. Hablamos Español.

This meeting can be the key to understanding your rights, protecting your potential claim and knowing what to expect as you move forward.

Founded on the principles of honesty, integrity, and service, Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC is committed to providing the best possible representation in any legal setting. We represent injured people and families from across New Jersey in various types of personal injury claims.

About Hudson County

Nested in the northeast region of New Jersey, Hudson County is fourth most populated county in the state, and the sixth most densely populated region in the U.S. Currently the fastest growing county in New Jersey, Hudson County is comprised of 12 municipalities, including Bayonne, East Newark, Guttenberg, Harrison, Hoboken, Jersey City, Kearny, North Bergen, Secaucus, Union City, Weehawken and West New York. More than 677,900 people call Hudson County home.

Bordered by Bergen County, as well as the Hudson, Hackensack and Passaic Rivers, Hudson County is named for explorer Henry Hudson, who claimed the area in the early 1600s. With a rich history and diverse communities, Hudson County is home to many landmarks and points of interest, including the Van Vagenen House, the Hamilton-Burr Dueling Grounds, the Statue of Liberty and the Hoboken Terminal.

Additionally, Hudson County has picturesque views of New York skyline, many beautiful parks (including Columbus Park, Lincoln Park and Hudson County Park) and several museums (including the Liberty Science Center and the Hoboken Fire Department Museum).

Popularly, some of Hudson County’s claims to fame include being home to the first Blimpie restaurant, serving as the headquarters for the MLB Network and Goya Foods and being the setting for the HBO series Oz.