Your question, though sounding easy, requires a complicated answer. You automobile carrier is primary under the PIP portion of your automobile insurance policy. Coverage ranges from $15,000-$250,000. People should always have the maximum. If you live with resident a “family member” in the “same household” who own an automobile and have automobile insurance you have coverage under their policy. Their premiums do NOT go up. If PIP is exhausted, send the PIP denial to your Health Insurer. They,...
No one answer and no competent personal injury attorney would hazard a guess. Do you have the Limitation on Lawsuit Threshold? Your age? Lost wages? Recommendations for surgery? Treating Dr a DC or Orthopod? Restrictions on life style? Current complaints? Medical specials all paid? Prior accidents? Prior conditions?
We do not approach injury cases with a "cookie cutter" mentality. Each case is different, each client unique. My advice is to retain an attorney as soon as possible.
If you are an adult, you have TWO years from the date of loss to file a Complaint in Superior Court or you will be forever barred, foreclosed and precluded from pursuing any claim for injury, damage or loss arising from this motor vehicle accident.
Get a lawyer --- Quick.
NJ has a Strict Liability Dog Bite Statute. NJSA 4:19-16. New Jersey is among the majority of American states that makes a dog owner legally liable for all of the damages inflicted upon a dog bite victim, even if the dog had never previously exhibited the propensity to bite humans. The only defences are trespassing and provocation.
Not worth a lawsuit. Too much time and aggravation for very little recovery. In fact, with no damages you might lose on Summary Judgment. Return to Corp. Hq with a letter to the CEO. You’ll get store credits, free items and a warm thank you.
"Overturned"? Presumably, there’s been a trial or a plea. If a trial you'll need to appeal the finding of guilt. If a plea, there’s very little hope of overturning it. Better to speak with a qualified trial attorney BEFORE going to court.