For over 20 years attorney Scott Grossman has been fighting for the rights of the injured throughout New Jersey. He has helped thousands obtain their fair and just monetary compensation to pay for medical treatment, pain and suffering and more. Mr. Grossman and his legal team truly care about their clients and provide each with devoted individual personal attention.
Whether you have been the victim of a NJ car accident, trucking accident or dog bite, brain injury, construction accident, pharmacy error, wrongful death, work place injury or any other type of injury, we are here to help you recover the fair and just compensation your truly deserve.
The Deca Millions that The Grossman Law Firm has had insurance companies pay on behalf of their injured clients is something Mr. Grossman is extremely proud of. In New Jersey, most people don’t understand that insurance companies spend hundreds of millions of dollars manipulating the public with funny, cute, feel good advertising but then when it’s time to fairly compensate the innocent victims whose lives have often times been forever altered by trauma and injuries from an auto accident, suddenly these same insurance companies change their tune.
They deliberately impose Delay, Deny and Defend tactics at the expense of their loyal customers in their time of greatest need. They almost always put corporate profits ahead of doing the right thing. This is why it’s important to contact one of the best injury lawyers NJ has to offer in Scott Grossman and get educated on your rights.
The Grossman Law Firm is proud to serve clients throughout New Jersey in counties such as (but not limited to): Monmouth County, Middlesex County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Camden County, Mercer County and beyond. And localities such as Freehold Township, Paterson, Edison, Plainsboro, Rutherford, Bergenfield, Fairlawn, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Toms River, Hamilton, Trenton, Clifton, Brick, Cherry Hill, Middletown, Old Bridge, Gloucester Township, Franklin, Piscataway, New Brunswick, Jackson, Wayne, Howell, Perth Amboy, East Brunswick, South Brunswick, North Brunswick, Marlboro, Monroe, Manalapan, Red Bank, Neptune, Sayreville and more!
Car accidents are responsible for the serious and fatal injuries of thousands of individuals from New Jersey. Car accidents are much more than an inconvenience. While some injuries are minor and can heal quickly, other injuries are more permanent and devastating. One auto accident can result in expensive medical bills, damages, lost wages, and etc.
In the state of New Jersey, it is possible for motorcyclists involved in an accident to obtain compensation for any sustained, provided that the injuries were a result of the other driver’s negligence. Damages may include financial compensation for disfigurement, scarring, pain and suffering, economic loss, the loss of the enjoyment of life, and more.
When truck drivers fail to take safety precautions to avoid accidents, they endanger the lives of innocent individuals in smaller vehicles. No other type of motor vehicle is a match for a large, heavy truck. As any NJ truck accident attorney would tell you victims of truck accidents often sustain serious or fatal injuries, and usually need long-term care and therapy.
Dog owners are held responsible for their dogs’ behavior, including any attacks on humans, regardless of whether or not the dog had previously exhibited signs of violence. In New Jersey, dogs do not get “one free bite.” A dog owner can only escape liability if the victim caused the attack, was trespassing on the dog owner’s property with criminal intent, or if the dog was under a third party’s care at the time of the attack. It’s important to contact a NJ dog bite lawyer immediately if you have been bitten.
A serious burn injury can be a life changing and traumatizing event. According to the American Burn Association, over 40,000 individuals in the United States are hospitalized each year in need of treatment for serious burns. When burns are caused by another person’s reckless, careless or deliberate behavior, victims have every right to hold them responsible for the all the damages caused, whether they may be emotional, physical or financial.
Construction is a high-risk industry in the United States, ranking third after the mining and agriculture industries. Safety standards may be stringent, but workers are still at risk every single day they are on the job. If a construction accident was caused by negligent or careless behavior, the victim can not only claim workers’ compensation, but also pursue an injury claim to help cover the cost of medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, as well as other costs.
When people visit the doctor or hospital, or undergo surgery, they expect to receive a certain standard of care. When this standard of care is not met or is not provided due to misconduct or negligence, then the medical professional, provider or facility may be considered liable. They may be held responsible for the costs of the injuries and effects that resulted from their failure to provide the expected standard of care.
When it comes to personal injury claims, premises liability is one of the broader areas of law. This law basically gives property owners and managers the responsibility for maintaining their property. Premises liability cases involve various types of accidents that occur due to a form of negligence, resulting in injuries. Examples of premises liability injuries are slip and fall accidents, inadequate or negligent security, or dog attacks.
Each year, over 1.5 million people are injured in the United States as a result of medication or pharmacy errors. It is a common error that occurs in many ways and various settings, including outpatient clinics, hospitals, and long-term care settings. Patients are given wrong doses or the wrong drugs, and although the problem can lie at various stages, the patient is always the victim in this situation.
|Slip & Fall Accidents
Insufficient lighting, poor maintenance, slippery floors or sidewalks, and unsafe work conditions are just some of the many causes of slip and fall accidents. These types of accidents may occur in various locations, such as a residence, grocery store or school. The property owner or employer is legally responsible for the safety of residents, employees, visitors, and other individuals who are lawfully on the property.
|Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal cord injuries can have very long-term effects on a victim and his or her family’s life. Depending on the severity of one’s injuries, a victim may be unable to go back to work, may require continuous care, or may even be disabled for life. If a spinal cord injury is caused by the misconduct or negligence of another party, then the injured person is likely to obtain the resources and monetary compensation needed to recover completely.
|Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injury or TBI is an injury that is known to impair an individual’s ability to function. Walking, talking or even thinking can become difficult for a person with TBI, and the individual could experience frequent fatigue, dizziness, memory loss, and sensitivity to light and noise. In extremely severe cases, TBI can lead to a coma or even death. Traumatic brain injury occurs when external factors damage the brain tissue.
One of the worst tragedies that a family can suffer is the wrongful death of a loved one. Nothing is quite as difficult as knowing that a family member died due to someone else’s negligence. These situations are not only frustrating and painful, but costly, as well. Family members must take aggressive steps to obtain damages to cover the cost of medical and funeral expenses and other losses.
Numerous steps have been taken all over the country to make the workplace a healthier and safer one for all employees. Unfortunately, no job is complete free from illnesses, injuries and accidents. An individual may qualify for workers’ compensation coverage if he or she is made ill or is injured on the job or any other work environment.
|Industrial Accident Injury
The severity of an industrial accident injury can range from slight to fatal. The most common causes of accidents in an industrial site are malfunctioning equipment, chemical spills, electrocution, explosion and falls. The common factors that contribute to industrial accidents are poor safety standards, workers’ negligence and workers’ fatigue.