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New Jersey Auto Accident Lawyer

New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney Representing Victims of Auto Accidents in Morris County, Middlesex County, Sussex County, and Throughout NJ

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, involving one or multiple vehicles, a truck accident, motorcycle accident, bus accident or bike accident, you must do two things to get the compensation you need from the insurance company.

  • You need to prove who or what was at fault.
  • We will prove to the insurer of the full impact of your injuries.

The best reason to work with an Edison personal injury lawyer rather than try to handle the claim yourself is to take advantage of the experience and resources a law firm can bring to your car accident case.

Certified Civil Trial Attorney with Decades of Proven Results in Roxbury Car Accident Cases

At the law offices of Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, in Morristown and New Brunswick, New Jersey, you will find a lawyer with more than 30 years of personal injury experience and credentials that fewer than 2 percent of attorneys in New Jersey can claim. Jack Hoyt is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a civil trial attorney. Year after year, he has been included on the New Jersey Super Lawyers* list (top 5 percent of attorneys in NJ) by his fellow attorneys, and he is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

But more important to our clients is Mr. Hoyt’s track record of significant verdicts and settlements for clients who have suffered serious injuries in motor vehicle crashes.

Our firm’s success is a result of our skill in investigating and proving fault in car, truck and motorcycle accidents. We work with investigators to gather evidence and find witnesses. We work with accident reconstructionists to determine exactly what happened at the scene. We work with engineering experts to identify if a defective auto part or a design flaw caused or contributed to the accident or injuries.

Recovery for Past, Present, and Future Injuries Caused by Rockaway Township Auto Accidents

In addition to proving fault, we are equally committed to helping you get an accurate diagnosis of your injuries and a clear understanding of your financial damages. This is particularly important for people who have suffered serious injuries such as spinal cord injuries, paralysis and brain injuries. You should be compensated for:

  • The cost of your medical care, now and into the future
  • The cost of physical therapy and other rehabilitative treatments
  • The cost of medications and medical products
  • The cost of home, car or workplace adaptations to accommodate any disabilities you may have
  • Occupational therapy and job retraining if needed

Secure the Services of a Parsippany Car Accident Attorney with Over 30 Years of Legal Experience

If you have suffered an auto accident injury or lost someone you love in a fatal car accident in Edison, New Brunswick, Morristown, or elsewhere in NJ, put a certified civil trial attorney on your side. Please contact us to schedule a free initial consultation about an injury or wrongful death claim.

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Q. Should I still see a doctor if I don’t feel hurt or if my injuries are minor?

Q. Should I call my insurance company immediately after the accident?

Q. Once I’m calmer, what should I tell my insurance company?

Q. What if I think the accident was my fault? Isn’t it right to admit it and deal with the consequences?

Q. How is fault determined in a motor vehicle accident?

Q. If I make a claim against the other driver, will that harm them?

Q. Now that I’ve had time to reflect on what happened, my memory of the accident conflicts with what I said to the police and the insurance adjuster. Have I ruined my chance for fair monetary compensation?

Q. The police at the scene knew I wasn’t wearing a seatbelt when the crash happened. Will that affect my chance of financial recovery?

Q. What if the other driver’s insurance company calls and asks me to make a statement?

Q. What if I’m asked by any party to provide my accident-related medical records?

Q. New Jersey is a no-fault car accident state, so am I stuck with my insurance company paying only limited expenses?

Q. If I need to file a personal injury lawsuit to fairly recover all my damages, will I have to testify in court?

Q. Wouldn’t it be easier if I just let my insurance company handle everything?

Q. What if I was driving responsibly, and I think the accident may have been caused by vehicle equipment failure. Can that be proven?

Q. What if I rear-ended a vehicle? Is it definitely all my fault?

Q. Can I be compensated for lost income when I can’t work because of the accident?

Q. Who gets sued if the accident involved a company-owned car or truck?

Q. What if my loved one died in a New Jersey vehicle accident?

Q. What can a personal injury attorney do for me that I can’t do myself in an auto accident claim?

Q. How do I know who is the best car accident attorney for my particular accident situation?

Q. How much is a car accident injury attorney going to cost me?

Q. Why should I hire a lawyer after a car accident?

Q. How can an attorney help with my accident claim? Do I always need a lawyer?

Q. Should I get a lawyer for a car accident that wasn't my fault?

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