Morris County New Jersey Auto Accident Attorney
Attorneys providing essential legal services to individuals and families in Morris County and throughout New Jersey.
When you suffer a serious personal injury, or you lose a loved one in an accident, you have the right to seek financial compensation. Our personal injury attorneys and wrongful death lawyers will aggressively negotiate with insurance companies and litigate your claim to help you recover the money you need to compensate you for:
- Medical Expenses
- Lost Wages
- Pain & Suffering
Insurance companies work hard to limit your financial recovery. We work hard to maximize it. If you were injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident in New Jersey, our team of investigators, accident reconstruction experts, and litigators, will go to work for you immediately. In any accident claim, it is important to obtain and preserve evidence as soon as possible. So do not wait to contact us to speak with a Morris County New Jersey auto accident lawyer.
We have successfully represented clients in personal injury and wrongful death litigation involving:
- Auto, Truck & Motorcycle Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Slip & Fall Injuries
- Dog Bites
- Inadequate Security
Working with an experienced attorney is your best chance for securing the money you need for your recovery. Laufer, Dalena, Cadicina, Jensen & Boyd, L.L.C. can help. Contact us to schedule a CONSULTATION with an experienced New Jersey personal injury attorney or wrongful death lawyer.
We are conveniently located in Morristown, New Jersey, and serve clients throughout Somerville, Morris, Somerset, Essex, Hunterdon, Bergen, Passaic, Sussex, Union, and Warren County, NJ.
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