Litigating Failure to Diagnose or Treat, Wrongful Death, Birth Defects, and Unnecessary Surgical Interventions Cases
Injury Lawyers for New Jersey and New York
How We Can Help. We have experience litigating both simple and complex person injury cases. We understand that a serious injury can turn your life upside down.
If you or someone you care about suffered a significant permanent injury or death as a result of someone else's negligence, Lawrence and Gerges can help. We are trial lawyers who are known for their creativity and technical expertise. We often see a case where other lawyers don't.
Our Approach. We understand that litigation is a difficult process for you and we appreciate that you are coming to us at a time when you are most vulnerable.
So, we will take the time to explain to you what you can expect through the litigation process starting at the investigative phase, where we are collecting
information about your case, all the way to trial or settlement. We are first and foremost trial lawyers, and we believe the best way to settle a case is to be ready, willing and able to take it to trial.
We handle cases in both New Jersey and New York's state and federal courts.
We Get Paid When You Get Paid. We accept personal injury cases on a contingent fee. Contingent fees means we don't get paid unless we recover money for you. That is why if we believe in your case, we will never ask you to pay us up front.
Free Consultation. It is important that you are comfortable with your choice of representation. Trusting your lawyers on a personal level is crucial to a successful lawyer client relationship. We invite you to contact us for a free in-person consultation at our Nutley , New Jersey Office.
We also offer consultations by phone and/or videoconferencing for clients who may have difficult traveling to our office either for an initial consultation or on an ongoing basis throughout litigation.
242 Washington Avenue, Suite E
Nutley, New Jersey 07110
Satellite Office: New York, New York
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