You Can Afford Quality Representation
The insurance companies and other forces that work against you when you and your family have suffered a personal injury as a result of negligence, malpractice or wrongdoing can seem overwhelming. They will make you question yourself, your rights and your ability to adequately protect and provide for your family. You might even begin to think that your situation is so difficult and your financial burden so great that you can’t afford an experienced attorney with a strong reputation.
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, in Morristown, we are committed to providing peer-recognized legal service backed by over 35 years of litigation experience to injured clients throughout northern New Jersey.
Parallel Interests And A Commitment To You
Contingency fee arrangements mean that we don’t recover legal fees until we recover compensation for your:
- Hospital stays
- Pharmaceutical costs
- Long-term care
- Lost wages
- Diminished earning potential
- Final expenses
- Personal damages
What this means is that when we take your case, we are putting ourselves on the line. We can’t afford to provide anything less than our best representation because we charge no legal fees unless we win an award or settlement for you. When we take your car accident, medical malpractice, dog bite or wrongful death case, we are taking a financial stake in it ourselves.
With nearly three decades of legal experience, board certification by the New Jersey Supreme Court, peer recognition by Super Lawyers* and a history of successful litigation, our attorney, John S. Hoyt III, can aggressively pursue fair and complete compensation on your behalf.
Put A Top Lawyer To Work For You
Schedule a free initial consultation with our office today to find out where you stand. If we can help, we will waste no time going to work in your personal injury, medical malpractice or wrongful death case. Contact us online or by phone at 973-292-2299.
*New Jersey Super Lawyers is based on a statewide survey of lawyers. Those eligible to participate include lawyers who have been in practice for at least five years.