Ewing New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers
A century of growth and development has turned Ewing Township into a defining aspect of the state of New Jersey. The township was founded by European colonists in 1699 as part of the Hopewell Township. Since then, the area became Trenton Township, and then finally became what it is known by today in 1834, when it was renamed in honor of Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, Charles Ewing. Today, Ewing Township is home to over 35,000 people and holds The College of New Jersey, New Jersey State Police headquarters, and New Jersey Department of Transportation. With so many aspects of the state housed in one township, Ewing has become a vital part of modern New Jersey.
With more and more people coming to live in Ewing Township, the likelihood of various accidents occurring to its residents continues to increase. A personal injury is often a shocking and unexpected event that no one would wish for, but the actions of reckless or negligent people can often harm others. When a person is harmed by another's negligence or oversight, the victim may seek compensation for pain and suffering, injury expenses, hospital costs, or loss of life enjoyment.
Many personal injuries are the result of car accidents, and many are caused by distracted driving, drunk driving, driver fatigue, and forms of unsafe driving. The negligent driving increases the likelihood of injury or death due to a car accident, and as such, reckless drivers can be held legally accountable. The car crash attorneys of Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. have experience handling a variety of car accident cases.
Workplace injuries are a common occurrence, affecting the lives of many workers every year, with a large percentage happening in the industrial, electrical, and construction fields. Employees who suffer an injury or illness while performing their jobs are meant to be supported by workers' compensation. However, some claims may be denied or not fulfilled properly.
Devastating injuries including broken bones, spinal cord damage, and brain trauma happen every year from unexpected slip-and-fall accidents. When property owners or those in charge of maintenance fail to respond to hazardous conditions in a timely manner, he or she may be held accountable by those injured due to their negligence. Trip-and-fall accidents happen often, but can be avoided when those in charge take care of their property.
Legal Counsel and Representation
The personal injury attorneys at Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. have the experience needed to successfully represent our clients after years of protecting the rights of accident victims. We work to achieve success in all forms of personal injury cases and represent our clients as best as we possibly can by taking the time to get to know them before the trial begins. Call us today at (609) 240-0040 for a free consultation.
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