One of the most difficult aspects of a personal injury case can be establishing whether or not negligence or negligent acts were the cause of serious injuries and damages. In many cases, accidents are simply that, accidents. In other cases, such as a drunk driving accident, it can be easily established that the act of criminal negligence is what caused the accident and the person who should be held liable for the damages. There are instances, however, when the negligent acts of another are not quite as black and white, yet the responsible party still should be held accountable.
|If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident that you believe was caused by another person's negligence, we advise you contact Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law and speak with a skilled personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.|
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Our firm has an in-depth knowledge of personal injury laws, we have extensive experience in successfully representing a wide range of personal injury cases, and we pride ourselves in being able to provide clients with the aggressive representation they deserve.
We do not back down in the face of adversity and we will work diligently to help you not only determine who was liable for the injuries and damages you sustained, but build a well documented case to help you recover the full compensation you deserve. It is imperative that the negligent party pays full damages that will cover your injury-related expenses and losses, including pain and suffering. Whether a fair settlement can be reached through negotiations, or your case must be litigated in court, our attorneys are committed to pursuing every possible form of damages, based upon the degree of the injuries sustained, and how these injuries will impact your future.
Establishing negligence after an accident takes legal knowledge and skill. Contact a Bergen County personal injury attorney with Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law today to find out how we can help you.