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NJ Personal Injury Attorney Explains NJ Shared Fault Laws

Posted by Francis M. Smith on Mon, Dec 28, 2015

  By Francis M. Smith

If you are involved in an accident and need to seek injury compensation, the total sum that you are able to collect in damages is generally derived from the admissible costs associated with your injuries, with non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering, factored in. To succeed in an injury suit or claim, you must be able to prove that the defendant in your case was negligent in some way that caused the accident that injured you. The other side's lawyers, meanwhile, will be looking for ways to defend against your claim of negligence, in an effort to reduce the amount of damages they have to pay out.

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Topics: Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents, comparative negligence, shared fault laws

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