Accident Injuries

New Jersey Accident Injury Attorneys

After being involved in an accident that may have resulted from someone else’s negligence, it is important to discuss your options for seeking compensation with an attorney. The experienced accident lawyers at our firm have been successful in helping clients who had been injured in an accident receive the compensation they deserve.

Falling victim to an injury can place a great strain on one’s everyday life and may result in the lost of certain capabilities. Sometimes, they can cause permanent impairments that diminish one’s quality of life. New Jersey law allows those who have suffered an injury from an accident to seek monetary compensation from the party at fault to help cover the costs of medical expenses and account for the lessening of one’s quality of life due to the injury.

Dealing with an injury from an accident can be both physically and emotionally taxing and stressful. Between doctor’s visits, hospital bills, tests, and physical therapy, few people are considering their legal options after an injury. For more information about the compensation you may receive after suffering an injury from an accident, please do not hesitate to contact us. The attorneys at Rinaldo Law Group can help guide you through this process and help alleviate some of the stress that comes after experiencing an injury.

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Burn Injuries
Severe burns are considered to be the most painful type of injury. Burn victims often undergo multiple surgeries and skin grafts to replace damaged and lost tissue. Children must typically undergo repeated surgeries as they get older since skin grafts do not grow like original skin.

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Back & Neck Injuries
Injuries to the neck and back can involve muscles and ligaments of the spinal column, along with other joints and tissues. They can be caused by repeated small injuries, poor posture, or improper lifting or bending techniques. By far, however, the most severe neck and back damage occurs in car accidents, falls, and occupational accidents.

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