What Happens if the At-Fault Driver Was Uninsured in a New Jersey Car Accident?

By Robert Smith | November 1, 2020 |

Roughly 15% of New Jersey drivers are uninsured. This means that the driver who caused your car accident might not have any assets for you to go after when it’s time for you to collect compensation for your injuries.  Most motorists turn to uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage to fix this problem. This coverage will help you…

How Are Pain and Suffering Damages Calculated in New Jersey?

By Robert Smith | October 15, 2020 |

In any personal injury case there are two types of damages: economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages are easy to calculate. They’re your medical bills, car damage bills, and other expenses which are backed up by hard numbers. Non-economic damages, also known as pain and suffering, are harder to pin down. As such, the…

Why You Should Stay Off of Social Media if You Have a Personal Injury Case

By Robert Smith | October 1, 2020 |

You may not know it, but when you enter into a personal injury case you are inviting your attorney to create a narrative on your behalf. The narrative is generally a simple one: someone was negligent, you were hurt as a result of that negligence, and that negligence caused real harm that has a financial…