Clinton Accident Lawyer
The Town of Clinton, a quaint 1 ½-square mile municipality located in Hunterdon County, is home to about 2,600 residents and a number of small, privately owned businesses. Clinton’s picturesque Main Street was made for strolling and its simple beauty and immense charm will both inspire and soothe your soul. Browsing is encouraged by small shops which feature one-of-a-kind jewelry, unique clothes and accessories, antiques and items crafted by local artisans. The historic Red Mill Museum attracts numerous visitors and boasts an active calendar of cultural events. The free summertime music series, featuring local musicians, will lend a soundtrack quality to your meanderings through this tiny but vibrant town.
As with any town that invites locals and visitors to enjoy the pleasures of a leisurely walk, there exists the occurrence of unforeseen tragedies, such as injury to pedestrians. Data compiled by the State Police reveals an increase in the number of pedestrian fatalities in New Jersey in 2013 when compared to the same period in 2012.
As an accident victim, navigating the myriad consequences that result from your injury – issues like the costs associated with your medical care and rehabilitation and bills mounting in the face of lost wages – can be an overwhelming proposition. Insurance companies are not always benevolent, the reality being that they strive to limit the amount of money paid out on claims. In Victor Rotolo, you will find an advocate to champion your cause. A former police officer who went on to pursue his law degree, Victor Rotolo established The Rotolo Law Firm, now Rotolo Karch Law, assembling a team of attorneys whose combined experience exceeds 120 years.
While monetary restitution cannot always neutralize your losses, you might be granted and should pursue compensation to aid you in the care of casualties suffered by you or your loved ones. “Personal Injury” is a term recognized and used in the New Jersey Courts, a venue with which Rotolo Karch Law is intimately familiar.
When an injury, physical or emotional, is caused to a person or a person’s private property through recklessness, negligence, carelessness or other intentional actions by another person, a personal injury is said to have occurred. While compensation agreements can be reached for those injured, through insurance or other modes, such reparation may be deficient and not provide adequate remuneration during the course of a life in light of the perpetual impact of the injuries suffered.
When the preservation and protection of your rights is critical, immediate retention of skilled counsel is the most essential decision you can make. Each day that you postpone consulting an attorney hinders your chances for fair and complete compensation.
Remember - our attorneys’ fees are only collected if your case is resolved successfully on your behalf. Call Rotolo Karch Law to setup your free consultation.
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