The short answer to your question is that you are still within your statute of limitations of 2 years for a motor vehicle accident in NJ so you still have time to pursue your potential case. A person such as yourself has the right to hire new counsel if he wishes. Move quickly to retain new counsel, if you wish, in order to preserve your rights. Good luck.
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Definitely come for a consultation. You are fine within the statute of limitations. Perhaps he is not a personal injury attorney. You have nothing to lose and much to gain.
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You can always fire your lawyer. You are still within the statute of limitations (2 years) for a personal injury auto accident in NJ so you still have time to pursue your potential case. However, you shold be aware that if your own insurance ploicy catties the "verbal" or "lawsuit" threshold, the injuries sustained must fall withing several categories, the catch-all being a permanent injury that that results in some partial or total disability of a bodily. system, function or organ; otherwise you lawsuit will be unsuccessful. Usually, you will need to pay your doctor or another doctor you retain to write a report expressing his opinion that you meet the criteria based on diagnostic and clinical testing. Since you are dissatisfied with your present lawyer, you should seek out another lawyer for a sceond opinion.
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