The personal injury attorneys at Cohen & Riechelson recently secured a $2 million settlement for a pedestrian who was struck by a car in Princeton, New Jersey.

The client in this case was injured while crossing the street at a crosswalk at night. The driver of the car did not see the victim before the impact. The victim suffered significant injuries, including orthopedic, neurological, and cognitive difficulties. After receiving extensive medical treatment, he exhausted his medical insurance benefits.

At Cohen & Riechelson, our personal injury lawyers employ a strategy of expansive investigation, by which we accumulate any and all evidence that may support our injured clients’ claims. We seek the knowledge and analysis of highly respected experts in relevant fields in order to construct the most comprehensive and compelling arguments on your behalf. This may include a medical assessment of your injuries and necessary treatment, an analysis of the circumstances that preceded the event, and a thorough investigation at the site of the incident.

In this specific case, an engineering expert was hired to conduct an analysis of the lighting conditions and overall visibility of the pedestrian in the crosswalk. Several medical experts were also retained to speak to the variety and severity of the clients’ injuries. Ultimately, our partners made a presentation directly to the insurance company and were able to secure a settlement for $2 million, which covered the costs of the clients’ medical expenses and compensated him for his injuries.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian, car, motorcycle, or truck accident, or another incident in New Jersey, and you are unsure if you may have grounds for a personal injury claim, contact our offices in Trenton or Pennington at (609) 528-2596 to receive a cost-free initial consultation. One of our highly knowledgeable personal injury lawyers will be happy to discuss all of your available legal options.