Personal Injury litigation is designed to compensate an injured party to the fullest extent possible for injuries caused by another party. In effect, the goal is to convey a sufficient monetary award that will return the injured party to the position that he/she was in prior to the injury — to "make them whole." To put it simply: We hold insurance companies accountable.
The truth is, if insurance companies would fulfill their contractual obligations after an accident, many people injured in accidents caused by the negligence of another would never need to hire a personal injury lawyer to seek fair compensation. Unfortunately, it often takes quite a fight to make them understand that your injuries and losses are real. As New Jersey personal injury lawyers we will fight aggressively for you. Your initial consultation is free, and if we take the case, there are no attorney fees unless we help you recover money.
Don't settle for what the insurance defense lawyer is telling you. We are Scura, Wigfield, Heyer, Stevens & Cammarota, LLP, and we serve residents of New Jersey and the New York City metro area. We hear it from accident victims and their family members every day, "We never thought we would need a lawyer." Now you do. Get the right lawyers on your side. John J. Scura III, Esq. is one of the few lawyers in New Jersey who is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney. If your case needs to go to trial, we are your firm!
Call our offices at 973-870-0434 in Wayne, Hoboken, Hackensack or Newark, New Jersey or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation about your personal injury claim. We handle personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. Unless we can help you recover money damages, you won't pay attorney fees.
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