Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Lakewood, New Jersey
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In recent years, the township of Lakewood’s Orthodox Jewish and Latino populations have increased dramatically, causing a sharp increase in the population of Lakewood (about 100,000 as of the 2010 U.S. Census). While the population of Lakewood may be comprised of various different cultures and ethnicities, each distinctive population shares one thing in common: a personal injury accident and the attendant difficulties it produces can strike anyone of any background at any time. When you or your loved one is injured in such an accident, you are likely concerned with the answer to one question: “How do I begin to put my life back together?”
Aretsky Law Group, P.C. can help Lakewood injury victims from all backgrounds in obtaining an answer to this important question. Where your injury and loss is caused by another’s carelessness, this answer may include filing and prevailing in a personal injury lawsuit.
Succeeding in a Lakewood Personal Injury Lawsuit
Many personal injury accidents that occur in Lakewood are the result of either the injury victim’s careless behavior or the negligent or reckless conduct of another person (or some combination of these two). If another person is to blame in some way for the injuries you suffered, you may file a personal injury lawsuit and obtain compensation for your expenses and losses by showing:
- The other person owed you a legal duty to behave in a reasonable and careful manner;
- The other person then breached this legal duty by acting in a careless or reckless manner. If evidence shows that a reasonably careful person would not have behaved in the way that the other person did, then a breach of the duty of care will most likely be found.
- The other person’s careless actions and behaviors were the cause of your injuries and/or contributed to the severity of your injuries. If you would have been hurt regardless of the other person’s actions and behaviors, then your claim for compensation may be denied.
- Finally, your injuries can be compensated with a monetary damages award. This would require you to show how much money is necessary to “make you whole” and compensate you for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, other losses.
Contact a Lakewood Personal Injury Attorney Today
Let the experienced and dedicated legal team of Aretsky Law Group, P.C. assist you in obtaining the compensation you need to begin putting the pieces of your life back together following a personal injury incident. Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C. today at 1-800-537-4154 for assistance.
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