Seriously Injured in a Car Wreck?
Recovery Won’t Happen by Accident
Car accidents inflict immeasurable amounts of hardship on thousands of New Jersey residents each year. Unfortunately, many of these people can never fully recover what they’ve personally lost and must turn to the legal system for compensation.
At Brady, Brady & Reilly, we work to help people recover both in a personal sense and in a legal sense for the harms they’ve suffered as the result of negligent drivers. Our firm has been dedicated to this work for more than 30 years. We have been very successful as well.
If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured in an automobile wreck — we encourage you to call or contact our attorneys today for a free consultation.
How We Can Help
Our practice is focused on more than just minor injury or whiplash cases. It is focused on very serious and fatal injuries resulting from collisions with large trucks or commercial vehicles, car accidents involving public transportation and car accidents that were caused by drunk drivers — just to name a few.
On a personal level, you’ll be able to get answers, explanations and clear information about your rights and options. Our attorneys also take care of all the necessary paperwork, including insurance-related documents, medical authorizations and more. They will even help you obtain medical treatment from qualified doctors whom we have worked with in previous cases.
On the legal issues, we are all business. Our lawyers are experienced litigators, and they prepare each case as if trial will be necessary to achieve the results our clients deserve. In doing so, they put themselves in a stronger position to negotiate fair results outside of court.
Your Decisions, Our Experience
Call (201) 997-0030
Time to file your claim may be running out. Talk to one of our attorneys about your car accident today.
For a free consultation — call our Kearny, New Jersey law offices directly or feel free to contact us online as well.
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