In Gloucester County, New Jersey, many people are injured each year. While some of these incidents are not caused by the actions of people other than the injured, others happen because of the negligent or intentional actions of others. People who are injured because of the negligent or wrongful conduct of others have a right to recover compensation for their losses through personal injury claims. Working with the experienced injury lawyers in New Jersey at the law firm of Raynes & Lawn might increase your likelihood of prevailing on your claim and recovering the compensation to which you are entitled. Our lawyers have years of experience and have gained national recognition for our work on behalf of our clients.
Personal injury law in Gloucester County encompasses many different types of accidents and incidents. Also known as tort law, personal injury law covers situations in which people suffer harm because of the negligent or intentional acts of others. If someone else has caused your injuries, you have the right to file a personal injury claim to recover compensation. You can file a claim even if a criminal case is pending against the responsible party since personal injury cases fall under the state’s civil laws instead of its criminal laws. Pursuing a personal injury lawsuit might help you to hold the responsible party accountable for his or her actions even if his or her criminal case is dismissed or never filed. The attorneys at Raynes & Lawn can help you understand your claim and the remedies that might be available to you.
Most people will be involved in car accidents at some point in their lives. While many collisions only result in property damage, serious crashes can leave people with permanent disabilities or cause the deaths of victims. People who sustain serious injuries and the families of victims who are killed can file lawsuits against the at-fault drivers to recover compensation for their losses. Filing a lawsuit might help you to recover compensation for your medical expenses, wage losses, property losses, and physical pain and suffering damages. The attorneys at Raynes & Lawn fight for the rights of accident victims to recover full compensation for all of their losses.
Property owners and businesses in Gloucester County, New Jersey have a duty to maintain their premises in a relatively safe condition to protect lawful visitors from foreseeable injuries. This means that businesses and property owners must correct dangers that exist on their property that they know about or that they reasonably should know about, and they should also warn visitors about their existence until they can be corrected. When people are injured because of a hazardous condition on the premises of another, they might be entitled to monetary damages for their losses. An experienced attorney at Raynes & Lawn can review your case and determine its legal merits.
People expect their doctors and other health care professionals to provide them with the same standard of care that is expected of all doctors that practice in the same medical practice area. When a doctor’s care fails to meet the expected standard, a patient who suffers injuries as a result can file a medical malpractice lawsuit. Medical malpractice includes many different types of medical negligence, including delayed diagnoses, misdiagnoses, failures to diagnose, wrong-site surgeries, wrong-patient surgeries, medication mistakes, anesthesia errors, and more. These and other types of medical negligence can cause serious injuries or deaths. Filing a medical malpractice lawsuit might allow you to hold the responsible doctor accountable for his or her negligence and help to prevent others from suffering similar harm in the future.
Despite laws criminalizing sexual offenses in New Jersey, many children are sexually abused each year. In many cases, children are abused by trusted people in their lives, and the perpetrators might be the child’s teacher, coach, camp counselor, youth pastor, or someone else the child and his or her parents. The attorneys at Raynes & Lawn believe that both the institutions that employ sexual predators and the perpetrators themselves should be held accountable for their wrongful actions. We do everything possible to protect the children and families we represent as well as to protect other children in the future.
If you believe that your injuries were caused because of the negligent or wrongful conduct of others, you should talk to an experienced attorney at Raynes & Lawn as soon as possible. Call us today to schedule a free consultation at 1-800-535-1797.
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