Personal Injury Attorney Morris Township, NJ
Why Choose Us for Your Morris Township Accident Case?
Why should you retain Hoyt & Hoyt when there are so many attorneys to choose from?
We are elected by other lawyers year after year to the top 5% of attorneys in the state; ”SuperLawyers.” We have 35 years of experience doing nothing but personal injury work. AVVO rating service rates us “9.9 out of 10. Superb attorneys.” Martindale Hubbell states, “Highest ethical standards.” The New Jersey Supreme Court has awarded Certified Civil Trial Attorney status for many years…only 2% of attorneys have that designation. National Trial Lawyers Association “Top 100 Lawyers.”
You can afford the best attorney. We handle your case on the same percentage as every other attorney (fee is set by court rule.) Look at our qualifications.
It only takes one phone call to obtain a qualified attorney from Hoyt & Hoyt, PC to represent you in your personal injury claim. Because we know that you have suffered enough injustice for one lifetime, we will fight diligently for the chance to help you get your life back on track. Contact our firm today by scheduling your free consultation, because nothing is more important to us than securing a brighter future for your tomorrow.
Don’t Be Bullied by the Insurance Companies in Your Morris Township Personal Injury Case
Insurance companies have representatives trained to pay you as little as possible while making you think you are being treated fairly. That’s their job. They are very good at it. Our job is to protect you and ensure you actually ARE treated fairly. Injured people who have an attorney recover, on average, five times as much money as people without an attorney. That’s why claims adjusters will try to talk you out of retaining an attorney. The attorneys of Hoyt & Hoyt, PC have devoted a career to helping personal injury victims like you.
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, we understand how important the fair recovery of compensation is to you to pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and significant damages. Trust your legal needs to the qualified representatives from our firm. Benefit from thirty-five years of experience in personal injury law, and a dedication to excellence. We make the difference in the outcome of your case.
The Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle in Morris Township, NJ
Although we handle a wide range of personal injury cases, we specialize in the following areas:
We Welcome Challenging Morris Township Personal Injury Claims
Other attorneys hand off their toughest cases to us. We accept even the most challenging cases, from complicated medical malpractice lawsuits to auto/ motorcycle accidents, to falls, we have the knowledge and expertise to tackle every area of your personal injury claim.
Whether your case involves a life-changing catastrophic injury such as severe brain damage, or broken bones and the subsequent time missed from work, John “Jack” Hoyt can personally handle your claim no matter the circumstances surrounding the case. For over 35 years, attorney Jack Hoyt has represented the rights and best interests of personal injury victims and their families exclusively, so he understands how easy it can be to feel overwhelmed by the pressures of mounting bills, lost wages and a system that seems designed to create constant obstacles. Contact our law firm today to find out more about how we plan to put our credentials to work for you by successfully settling your personal injury claim.
We handle all injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means it costs you nothing to put us to work on your case. We get paid only if you recover a verdict or settlement. There is no fee if you don’t win.
About the Morris Township, NJ Area
Morris County is said to be the eighth wealthiest county in the nation thanks in large part to the many Fortune 500 companies, worldwide brands and top research centers that are either headquartered there or operate major facilities. About 25 miles west of New York City, Morris County can be found nestled among rolling hills, wide valleys, and spectacular lakes. This area was named after Lewis Morris, the first governor of New Jersey.