If you have been injured in an automobile accident, do not hesitate to contact an experienced personal injury attorney. New Jersey has a Statute of Limitations that prevents the filing of a personal injury complaint or claim petition for workers’ compensation benefits after two (2) years from the date of the accident in most instances. Furthermore, if you wish to pursue a claim against a public entity or governmental agency, or any employee of a public entity, you must give timely notice of the intent to file a claim, which is ordinarily within ninety (90) days from the date you knew or should have known of the cause of action. Failure to bring a claim within an applicable time period may cause any claim you may have had to be barred forever. Therefore, if you have been injured and wish to seek compensation, it is imperative that you do so immediately upon sustaining injury. If you have been injured or have any questions in regards to personal injury law, you may wish to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney.
Timothy J. Little, P.C. is a full service law firm offering specialized legal assistance to individuals, families and businesses throughout New Jersey including Middlesex County (Old Bridge, Woodbridge, Sayreville, East Brunswick, Spotswood, Perth Amboy, Dunellen, Colonia, Sewaren, Iselin, Avenel, Fords, Keasbey, Menlo Park, Port Reading, South Amboy, Monroe, Edison, Carteret, Cranbury, Helmetta, South River, Milltown, Highland Park, Jamesburg, Laurence Harbor), Monmouth County (Matawan, Aberdeen, Hazlet, Middletown, Freehold, Marlboro, Holmdel, Colts Neck, Rumson, Keyport, Keansburg), Union County (Rahway, Elizabeth, Linden), Ocean County (Brick, Jackson, Toms River, Point Pleasant), Somerset County, and Burlington County.