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Ewing Township Personal Injury Lawyer

No one expects it will happen to them, but when it occurs you are faced with countless questions as the personal injury victim of another’s reckless or careless conduct in Ewing Township, New Jersey. If you or a loved one are wrongfully killed or injured in Ewing Township, call me, Joseph Monaco, to learn how I may put my over 25 years of experience as a Ewing Township personal injury lawyer to work for you.

What to Do if You are an Injury Victim in Ewing Township:

Call 911 for an ambulance and the police
Seek medical treatment even if your injuries initially appear to be minor. Injuries often worsen after a few days.
Obtain the names, addresses and phone numbers of those involved plus any independent witnesses
Take photographs of those involved as well as any physical evidence such as the scene, vehicles, machinery or the cracked sidewalk
Try to determine whether there are any surveillance cameras in the area. Many private businesses and homes have them in addition to townships
Do not speak with any insurance companies including your own without calling me first

Ewing Township Cases Allow Recovery for the Following Damages:

  • Impairment and disability
  • Disfigurement
  • Lost wages (past and future income)
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of life’s pleasures
  • Punitive damages
  • Medical bills
  • Vehicle and other property repair costs

I represent Ewing Township victims in personal injury and wrongful death claims including:

  • Auto accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Slip and falls
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Defective products
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing Home abuse
  • Industrial accidents

Contact an Ewing Township Personal Injury Lawyer Today

Call or text me, Joseph Monaco, at 609-277-3166 for a Free Consultation and my firm’s No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee. As a New Jersey Trial Lawyer, I strive to continue my long tradition of fighting for the underdog.

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