Brady Reilly & Cardoso Blog

How is a Dog Bite Injury Settlement Calculated?

Personal Injury • June 7, 2022

If you have bene bitten by a dog and believe you’re entitled to compensation, you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. If you have been bitten by a dog, you might be entitled to a personal injury settlement to cover the cost of treating the injuries, pain, mental trauma, and other costs. At…

Read More

What Does a Motorcycle Accident Settlement Include?

Injury • June 7, 2022

If you were wounded in a motorcycle accident in New Jersey and are wondering how the typical motorcycle accident settlement works, what you need, and what the compensation covers, we have answers for you. A settlement for a motorcycle crash covers both financial and non-financial losses.  Before you speak with the insurance company about filing…

Read More

Can I Make a Carpal Tunnel Injury Claim?

Personal Injury • May 2, 2022

If you are experiencing pain in your hands, wrists, or arms, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. This is a condition that can be caused by repetitive motions, such as those often used in an office setting. If you feel like you may have developed this condition due to your job duties or as a…

Read More

What Types of Damages are Awarded for Pain & Suffering?

Personal Injury • March 10, 2022

When you are injured by someone else’s negligence or purposeful actions, it can be pretty clear how to account for medical costs, property damage, or loss of wages. But what about the damages for pain and suffering? How can a court put a price on emotional anguish, loss of life spent with a loved one,…

Read More

How to Prove Fault in a Personal Injury Case

Personal Injury • February 15, 2022

If you or somebody you love has sustained an injury caused by the actions of another individual, entity, or company, you will likely be able to recover compensation for your losses. However, personal injury claims in New Jersey can become complicated, particularly when it comes to determining fault. Properly determining liability after an injury occurs…

Read More

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in New Jersey?

Personal Injury • January 26, 2022

It can be traumatic to lose a loved one to negligence by another individual or entity. If you are in New Jersey and you believe that you lost your loved one due to negligence, you may be able to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit to recuperate damages. In New Jersey, you may be able to…

Read More

What is an Incomplete Spinal Injury in New Jersey?

Personal Injury • January 10, 2022

Spinal cord injuries may pose a number of problems for an individual. If you have been diagnosed with a spinal cord injury, it may have been classified as either ‘complete’ or ‘incomplete.’ An incomplete injury signifies that your spinal cord is still able to convey messages to or from the brain. It is also possible…

Read More

What Does Standard of Care Mean?

Personal Injury • December 29, 2021

The standard of care refers to the treatment that is generally accepted as being appropriate for a given condition. For example, if someone has an infection, then they may be prescribed antibiotics. If they have cancer, then surgery may be recommended by their doctor. The standard of care can vary depending on location and provider….

Read More