Personal Injury Attorneys in Hamilton
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At Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C., we have years of experience handling claims for personal injury victims who have been hurt in a wide variety of accidents. Our law team is dedicated to helping our clients move pasts the injuries they have suffered and carry on with their lives. For a free consultation on your case, call our office today at (609) 240-0040.
Right on the Delaware River and as close as you can get to our state’s capital, Hamilton Township is a wonderful place to live. Though it’s the ninth largest urban hub in New Jersey, the acres of public parks, generously spaced neighborhoods, and community festivals make it feel like a small town. Hamilton Train Station offers convenient rail access to New York City along the NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor Line, which attracts commuters. Sadly, living or working in a lovely township won’t keep everyone safe.
Hamilton Accident Verdicts and Settlements
- $2.1 Million Settlement - Motorcycle Accident
- $750,000 Settlement - Workers’ Comp & Third-Party Claim
- $625,000 Settlement - Trip and Fall Injuries
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Injuries caused by another person should not be taken lightly, and you should seek compensation for the resulting medical bills, pain and suffering, possible loss of employment, and other damages caused by this person's negligence. The personal injury attorneys at Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. have years of experience fighting for rightful compensation for those injured by negligent people and companies.
Hamilton Township is becoming busier and busier due to the amount of commuting that goes both through and from the area. The proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike, as well as I-195 and I-295, mean you’re only a quick drive away from a major city. And as you enter Trenton, everything jams up. This not only means that traffic can be busier in the area, but that the risk of a car accident is much greater. There are also state routes 33 and 130. The intersection at Quakerbridge, Edinburg, and Nottingham Way in particular sees a good deal of traffic.
Auto accidents can range from simple fender benders in a parking lot to a catastrophic collision on White Horse approaching 195. Various forms of negligent driving behaviors, such as cell phone use, drunk driving, and speeding, can all lead to accidents that may possibly result in serious injury.
The 2019 Garden State Tour De Cure 64 miler began and ended in Hamilton Township, and we have beautiful bike trails and scenic roads for bicyclists to ride on. However, taking your bicycle to Veterans Park could be dangerous along the way. Getting to the north or south entrance, cyclists have to pass through road traffic, and any distraction on the part of motorists can lead to a traumatic crash.
Over 150,000 people visit Hamilton Township every year to see the Grounds for Sculpture (and maybe take in a few more sites). With so much walking traffic, collisions between people and vehicles are bound to occur. If someone is struck by a vehicle, he should immediately get medical help. Speaking to a local pedestrian accident attorney as soon as possible is an excellent idea, as it will preserve evidence from the start.
Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents can occur without any warning and inflict serious injuries on unexpected victims. At Hamilton Marketplace, for example, the negligence of property owners or maintenance workers can cause an unsafe environment that leads to a fall, but they can then be held liable for the injuries they caused. Slip-and-fall accidents are a common occurrence but can easily be avoided if those in charge properly maintain their premises. Otherwise, spinal cord damage, broken bones, and brain trauma can occur in an instant.
While the largest percentage of workplace injuries occur in the construction, electrical, and industrial fields, work-related injuries can happen at any job. Those who are injured or become ill while performing their job duties are entitled to workers' compensation. But not everyone who files for workers' comp may receive full compensation. In some instances, claims may be denied, and no compensation will be given.
When you work with an experience work-injury law firm, you’re more likely to recover that compensation. Call Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C., to set up a free consultation. We know Hamilton County well – its roads and industries as well as its courthouses. Call (609) 240-0040 today.
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