Oradell, New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer

There is nothing worse than sustaining a serious injury as a result of someone else’s careless action. Unfortunately, people are wrongfully injured every single day here in New Jersey, and if you’re one of them, our firm is here to help. Contact a seasoned Oradell personal injury lawyer from the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi to learn more about what our legal team can do for you.

Personal Injury Lawyer | Here for Clients in Oradell & throughout New Jersey

It’s hard to know where you stand with your legal issue until you speak with a lawyer who understands the system and can put your situation in perspective. For over 30 years, firm founder E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi has provided superior legal services to the residents of northern New Jersey, Rockland County, and Orange County in New York. Protect your rights and work with a highly-rated attorney who has a proven record of attaining compensation for injured clients.

Our Personal Injury Services

With over three decades of successful legal practice, Mr. Cannarozzi provides a broad base of services. He assists clients with litigation and negotiation matters that include:

Mr. Cannarozzi welcomes your inquiries as to whether you have a viable personal injury case.

Proving Your Claim

To win a personal injury claim of any kind, you’ll need to gather and present sufficient evidence to satisfy the burden of proof. This means that you’ll need to prove you were hurt as a direct result of another party’s negligence. Just some of the most valuable types of evidence when it comes to recovering compensation are as follows:

  • Surveillance footage of the incident as it happened
  • Pictures of the cause of the accident (such as unsafe property conditions) or pictures of the accident’s aftermath (e.g. damaged vehicles, damage to property, etc.)
  • Witness statements corroborating your personal injury claim
  • Medical documentation detailing the origin and extent of your injuries
  • A copy of the police report filed at the scene of the accident
  • Any other form of evidence you believe is relevant for proving your claim

Recovering Damages

As long as we can satisfy the burden of proof, you should receive compensation for the monetary and non-monetary damages you’ve incurred as a result of your accident. Some examples of monetary damages can include the cost of medical care (e.g. the cost of surgeries, overnights in a hospital, and rehabilitation), the cost of lost wages from being unable to return to work, and more. On the other hand, some examples of non-monetary damages may include pain and suffering you’ve endured due to your accident, lower quality of life, emotional trauma, loss of consortium, and more.

Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that you are fully and fairly compensated for each of the damages you’ve incurred as a result of your accident. We understand that this is a difficult time, but our goal is to help get you through it as effectively as possible. If you need a personal injury firm you can depend on, look no further than the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi. Mr. Cannarozzi has over three decades of experience representing accident victims here in New Jersey, and he is ready to put that experience to work for you as well.

Why Work With Attorney Cannarozzi?

Attorney E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi is an experienced trial attorney. His record reflects decades of providing maximum recovery in all personal injury matters. He has recovered over $5 million for his clients during the course of his representation of injured victims. Additionally:

  • Mr. Cannarozzi served as a dispute resolution professional from 1999 to 2003, arbitrating all New Jersey no-fault claims on the permanent panel of arbitrators regarding unpaid medical billing for services rendered by doctors and facilities arising out of auto accidents.
  • As a result of his trial experience and negotiation skills, he has been successful in recovering maximum monetary damages for his clients.
  • He has often recovered the policy limits from the defendant’s insurance companies in auto-related claims.
  • In addition, Mr. Cannarozzi has a reputation for aggressive representation and skillful negotiation in all areas of personal injuries resulting in maximum monetary recovery while coordinating payment of all medical bills for each of his clients.

Don’t Wait to File Your Claim

The statute of limitations for personal injury claims here in New Jersey is, typically, two years, which means that in most cases, accident victims will only have two years from the date of their injury to sue. Waiting past the state’s statute of limitations will likely result in you being permanently barred from suing. You should also note that, depending on where and how you were injured, you may have even less time to sue. For example, if you were injured on property owned by a municipality or the state, you will likely only have 90 days from the date of your injury to file a Notice of Claim. Ultimately, the sooner you speak with a competent personal injury lawyer, the sooner your attorney can get working on your case and fighting for the compensation you need to heal. The bottom line is that one call could change everything, and our firm is prepared to help you today.

Contact a Proven Injury Lawyer Who Will Protect Your Rights To Compensation

Do not delay in retaining legal representation after an accident. The insurance company representatives are skilled at asking questions. A poorly worded answer may affect your ability to pursue a claim or negatively affect your overall compensation. Let your attorney do the talking. Call our firm or contact us online. Mr. Cannarozzi offers a free consultation and case assessment to injured people seeking representation. Our firm proudly serves clients in Oradell and throughout Bergen County, Passaic County, Sussex County, Morris County, Union County, Essex County, and Hudson County. Speak with us today so we can get working on your case.

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