When you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be facing medical treatment and lost wages. Your future ability to take care of day-to-day expenses might be questionable. With the difficulty of lost wages or diminished earning potential, a serious personal injury or permanent disability can change your entire way of life. The most common types of personal injury claims are car accidents, accidents at work, falling, assault claims, accidents in the home and product defect accidents.
Infant & Child injuries
Every day millions of Americans leave our children in the hand of alternative caregivers. We buy them toys that we believe are safe or let them play outside on playgrounds that will protect them from injuries if they fall. Accidents happen every day but when preventable injuries happen due to negligence or product defects children have rights too! There future is depending on a safe, healthy, and happy upbringing.
Millions of people in the United States are severely burned and injured each year. Many burns are the result of some other person, company or organization and their negligence or failure to maintain legal safety standards. Burns are rated in degrees of severity, ranging from less serious (first-degree), to more serious (second-degree), to the most severe (third-degree). Burns can come from a variety of sources including fires, gas, electricity, scalding, hot objects, flammable liquids and much more. Injuries happen in their own home as well as from faulty products, vehicle related fires, restaurants, the workplace, at amusement parks, malls and others. Many burn cases are preventable and require a personal injury lawyer. Victims receive settlements that help pay for their medical bills, hospital stays, physical therapies, loss of work, pain and suffering, wrongful death and many others. If you or a loved one has been involved in a preventable burn incident do not let those responsible get away, leaving you to pay the bills.
Have you been injured as a result of a defective product? Was there no warning labels or appropriate instructions? Manufacturers have an obligation to sell safe products that are free from defects. We handle a wide range of product liability matters.
If you have been injured by a defective product, your claim can provide you with the compensation you need. In addition, you will be sending an important message to the manufacturer to stop producing the defective product.
At the Law Offices of Patricia A. Eiges, L.L.C. in Hazlet, New Jersey we can give you guidance in terms of making a claim for compensation from the parties responsible for the negligence that led to your injuries. In most case, we can negotiate a fair and adequate settlement of your claim in a relatively short period of time. Call (732) 888-9011 today to schedule a free consultation, we are conveniently located in Central New Jersey.