Bronsnick Law Firm has hired several expert witnesses to provide testimony during premises liability and personal injury trials and hearings. This is a critical element of a plaintiff’s injury or wrongful death claim and involves more than just hindsight and opinions. The expert’s opinion helps establish who might be liable for an injury and how it occurred. His or her testimony serves the purpose to assist the judge or jury in understanding complex issues beyond common knowledge. [Read more…]
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When handling injury matters, Bronsnick Law excels in our ability to communicate and negotiate with insurance providers and secure maximum compensation for clients. Oftentimes, success depends upon uncovering other insurance coverage and presenting ambiguous policy language to the courts.
We advise all our automobile accident clients of the importance of an auto insurance policy that offers proper protection for uninsured (UM) and underinsured motorist coverage (UIM). UM is part of a car insurance policy that provides compensation for injuries if the other driver is not insured; UIM provides protection for injuries if the other driver has a minimal or inadequate insurance coverage. [Read more…]
Slip-and-falls are among the most common injuries to occur while at work. According to the National Safety Council’s Injury Facts, in 2017, your odds of dying due to a fall was 1 in 114. Slips, trips and falls are the second-most common cause of occupational fatalities in the United States, and New Jersey saw 26 such deaths in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. [Read more…]