Pro bono

Chances are if you’re reading this page, you or a loved one has been seriously injured or worse in an accident that was no fault of your own. You’ve been left with serious or permanent injuries that will impact the quality of your everyday forever and you will be irreversibly changed forever. To add insult to injury, you’re scared and confused about what to do next. Even if you’ve considered filing a personal injury claim or a wrongful death claim against the responsible party, you wonder how in the world you will be able to afford to pay the high price tag that accompanies retaining the services of an attorney.

A New Jersey personal injury attorney at understands the pain and anguish associated with a personal injury first hand and has the resources to offer a silver lining to an otherwise tragic situation. By now, most of us have a basic understanding of the Latin term “Pro bono,” directly translated to mean “for the public good.” Pro bono is usually applied to
situations where a professional will take on a client in their respective field as a volunteer. In essence, they volunteer their specialized skills and/or services to help those who, due to a variety of unfortunate circumstances, would otherwise be unable to afford.

The American Bar Association (ABA) recommends that all licensed lawyers in the United States contribute at least 50 hours of Pro bono service annually. Some attorneys fall far short of this target, while others in states that mandate less, comply only with what they need to do to stay in compliance. However, the dedicated New Jersey personal injury attorneys found at go above and beyond these practiced standards to ensure that every victim, regardless of their income or financial status, is represented with the most skilled and experienced counsel possible. After all, understands that you’ve suffered enough; you shouldn’t have to carry the burden of wondering how you will pay for the justice you rightfully deserve.

The personal injury lawyers who make up have litigated many Pro bono personal injury cases including: automobile accident injuries, wrongful death claims, birth injuries (Cerebral Palsy), brain injuries, slip and fall injuries, work injuries as well as workers’ compensation claims. In addition, has also handled Pro bono work involving medical malpractice and even defective drug claims.

Often times, attorneys working on a Pro bono basis may assist the injured party by filing government applications or petitions on their behalf where a presiding judge may ultimately determine that the losing litigant compensates the winning pro bono counsel. This is one way that is able to maintain their high rate of successful Pro bono work. Additional good news for the injured party comes courtesy of the fact that most Pro bono cases do end in settlement. The main reason for this is that in order for the attorney to accept the case as Pro bono or contingency, they already believe there is ample evidence and testimony to bring to the courtroom, heightening the chances of a winning case. Another important factor to keep in mind is that when an attorney works on a contingency basis, if there is no win, there is absolutely no payment collected by the attorney. This all adds up for the injured party as no rational attorney sets out to lose a case. At, you can be confident that you have the most experienced litigation attorneys working hard on your side.

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed as the result of a personal injury, don’t hesitate to contact us today at Let an experienced and confident personal injury attorney help you get what you deserve. You or a loved one may be entitled to damages and compensation including medical bills, loss of income and pain and suffering.

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