What Happens After Deposition in a Motor Vehicle Accident Case in NJ

Pursuing an injury claim into the courtroom may be the only way to receive just compensation for your motor vehicle accident injuries, if the insurance company refuses to agree to compensate you fairly with a reasonable settlement.

Personal Injury Medical Bills and the Collateral Source Doctrine

A serious accident can leave someone with serious injuries. No one should be saddled with medicals bills on top of injuries after a serious personal injury accident.  However, the medical costs from a significant accident case can pile up and become astronomically high – especially if the medical care required hospital stays, surgical procedures, or «more»

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