Video – Personal Injury Attorneys in Trenton, NJ & Bucks County, PA

Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson is a firm oriented toward results and comprised of skilled negotiators and tenacious litigators who know how to win in the courtroom. We won’t back down. Our team of attorneys includes a certified trial lawyer who has been selected for inclusion in the prestigious NJ “Super Lawyers,” which means they are in the top five percent of all New Jersey lawyers.

If you are seeking an experienced personal injury or workers’ compensation attorney, Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson is the right choice for you. Led by Jerrold Kamensky, our accomplished and top notch team of attorneys has a proven record of success in helping injured people and their families obtain fair and just financial compensation for their losses. Contact us online or by phone at (609) 528-2596 in New Jersey or (215) 337-4915 in Pennsylvania.

Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson Personal Injury Practice Areas in New Jersey & Pennsylvania

We understand the hardships and difficulties you face — medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering, insurance companies that will reject fair and just claims— and we will work with you personally to help you through the often complicated legal process. We provide knowledgeable guidance and strong unwavering advocacy for clients throughout Mercer, Burlington and Middlesex counties and across all of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We work in every area of workers’ compensation and personal injury including:

At Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson, our dependable lawyers have significant experience handling personal injury claims for clients across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We will work with you personally to guide you through the legal process, keeping you informed every step of the way so that you know exactly what is happening with your case. Our goal is to help you obtain maximum compensation for your losses. However, it’s important for you to know that there is a statute of limitations on your right to sue after suffering a personal injury. You must file your claim within two years of the date your injury occurred or you will lose the right to sue.

Contact us online or by telephone to arrange a consultation with an experienced Pennsylvania and New Jersey personal injury lawyer. As always, we take the majority of cases on contingency. This means, if we don’t win, you don’t pay.

Skilled and Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Representing Clients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

This law firm started about 42 years ago, we’ve been a personal injury firm since the first day we opened. All three partners in this firm are licensed in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We have been able to do was maximize the benefits to each state’s laws for clients best interests.

You may have a New Jersey driver be involved in Pennsylvania accident and there’ll be different interplay between the insurances in both states. Because we take a team approach clients need us get those insurance companies to pay the claims.

Every one of your cases is discussed with all three of us with all bring different perspectives different tactics and different intellect. Our job as your lawyer is to bring you the best results that you need, call us come in, we’ll determine whether not there is viable claim we can pursue.

Contact Our Experienced Trenton NJ Personal Injury Lawyers For Immediate Assistance

Hiring the correct attorney could make all the difference in the world toward gaining a successful and satisfactory resolution to your claim. If you or someone close to you suffered a serious personal injury or has a claim for workers’ compensation, the experienced attorneys at Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson are here to help you pursue just financial compensation for your losses. Contact us online or by phone at (609) 528-2596 in New Jersey or (215) 337-4915 in Pennsylvania. One of our knowledgeable attorneys will be happy to answer your questions and advise you on the most effective legal options available in your case.

Hamilton New Jersey Woman Killed in Fatal Car Accident

A Hamilton NJ woman died as a result of injuries sustained in a tragic car accident on Norttingham Way in Hamilton, New Jersey.

The fatal vehicle accident occurred around 6:15 p.m. According to the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office, the victim was killed after being involved in a collision with a pickup truck as she pulled out of the Gasco Gas Station located on Norttingham Way in Hamilton, NJ. The driver of the truck was traveling eastbound on the highway at the time of the collision.

The force of impact reportedly caused the victim’s minivan to crash into a second car that was parked in a driveway just off the roadway.

When Hamilton NJ police officers, firefighters, and other emergency medical responders got to the scene of the auto accident, they found the victim trapped inside her wrecked automobile. Hamilton firefighters were eventually able to free the victim from the car. She was then transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton, NJ.

Doctors at the Trenton hospital treated the victim for her traumatic injuries, but she eventually succumbed to her critical injuries and was pronounced dead the following day. Medical examiners have not yet conducted an autopsy on the victim, but it is believed that she died due to trauma sustained in the car accident.

The 53-year-old victim in the fatal car accident lived in Hamilton, NJ. She was not initially identified by authorities; officials waited until they could contact her relatives before releasing her identity to the public.

Meanwhile, the driver of the pickup truck that reportedly crashed into the victim was uninjured in the car wreck. He is a 28-year-old resident of Howell, New Jersey.

At this time, Mercer County prosecutors have not filed any criminal charges against the driver of the truck. He has also not been cited for any traffic violations.

Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office detectives and Hamilton NJ police officers are actively investing the tragic motor vehicle accident. Anyone who happened to witness the events leading up to the crash is asked to call Hamilton investigators at 609-581-4024 or 609-581-4008.

Depending on the outcome of an official investigation into the car accident and any determinations made by law enforcement about the driver’s culpability in the car crash, it is possible that he could be liable for significant damages in a wrongful death lawsuit.

For additional information about this car accident, read the following article: Hamilton woman dies from injuries sustained in crash

Driver Sustained Injuries in Car Accident That Knocked Out Power in Hamilton Township, NJ

A motor vehicle accident in Hamilton Township NJ resulted in injuries to a driver and also knocked out power in the area.

The car crash occurred around 8:30 p.m. on a Friday night. The Hamilton Township Police Division received a call about a car accident on Route 33 at Paxson Avenue in Hamilton, New Jersey. Police officers and firefighters were soon dispatched to the area, where they encountered a scary accident scene.

According to authorities, the single-vehicle accident resulted in a car leaving the roadway and slamming into a utility pole. The utility pole snapped, causing power lines and wires to fall to the ground and causing a major power outage that ran from Paxson Avenue to Whitehorse-Mercerville Road in Hamilton, NJ. This was a big issue for nearby businesses, which include many restaurants and retail stores that typically stay open late for customers on Friday nights.

In addition to causing power to go down throughout the area, the car accident also prompted local law enforcement to close down Route 33 while they worked to clear the crash scene. The highway shutdown was deemed necessary because that section of the road was impassible due to the collapsed power lines.

Meanwhile, the injured driver was briefly treated at the accident scene before being transported to a nearby hospital. Shortly after the car accident, the Hamilton Township Professional Firefighters reported on its Facebook page that the severity of the driver’s injuries was not yet known.

At this time, it is unclear what might have caused the car accident. Depending on the circumstances of the crash, it’s possible that the injured driver could potentially be in a position to file a personal injury claim for damages. For example, if he swerved his vehicle in order to avoid a negligent driver on the roadway, he may be able to sue the other driver for negligence. Or if the accident was caused by a defective auto part, the injured driver may be able to file a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer of the defective part.

For additional information about this personal injury case, read the following article: Crash on Rt. 33 in Hamilton injures driver, knocks out power

Unlicensed Teen Driver Allegedly Causes Two Car Accidents in Trenton, New Jersey

A teenager from Trenton NJ responsible for multiple motor vehicle accidents is in big trouble after allegedly fleeing the scenes of the crashes. He could now face criminal charges and be subject to personal injury lawsuits for causing significant property damage.

According to authorities, the accidents occurred within minutes of each other. The suspect was behind the wheel of an SUV and driving on Route 29 in Trenton when he passed the Calhoun Street intersection and reportedly struck a work van. The suspect then reportedly continued driving south on the roadway.

Just a few minutes after the first car accident, the teen driver was reportedly involved in a second car crash. The driver reportedly lost control of his vehicle and slammed into a pole at River View Plaza, which is located just off Route 29 in Trenton, New Jersey. The impact from the collision knocked over the utility pole and caused serious property damage.

The teen suspect reportedly got out of the SUV he had been driving and attempted to flee the scene on foot. The suspect was seen fleeing the area and running onto Cass Street. He was later identified when police officers spoke with the owner of the SUV, who may or may not have been related to the suspect.

The suspect, a 17-year-old male from Trenton, New Jersey, was later located and cited for several traffic violations, including two counts of leaving the scene of an accident, two counts of failing to report a car accident, and two counts of careless driving. The teenage driver was also cited for driving without a valid license because he could not provide law enforcement with a current driver’s license.

Depending on the findings of investigators, it is possible that the teen driver who allegedly caused the car accidents could be liable for damages in personal injury lawsuits. It is also possible that the driver’s parents or guardians could be held responsible for the damages since they reportedly allowed him to drive their vehicle without a valid driver’s license.

For further information about this personal injury case, see the following article: Unlicensed 17-year-old driver flees 2 crashes, police say

Woman Sues Hamilton NJ Police Department for Causing Car Accident during Pursuit of Suspect

A woman recently filed a personal injury lawsuit against Hamilton Township, the Hamilton Police Department, and two Hamilton police officers after she was seriously injured in a car accident.

The lawsuit was filed in Mercer County Superior Court in Trenton, New Jersey. The plaintiff in the case is alleging that Hamilton police were responsible for the injuries she sustained during a motor vehicle accident in 2014.

The auto accident occurred on Gladstone Avenue in Trenton, NJ. The woman had parked a car on the side of the road and was in the process of buckling her children into the backseat when another vehicle crashed into her.

The driver of the other car was a criminal suspect being pursued by Hamilton patrol officers. The suspect was fleeing police when he lost control of his vehicle and slammed into the victim’s car, as well as a different car that was also on the roadway.

The victim sustained serious injuries in the car accident, requiring hospitalization and resulting in significant medical bills.

Now the victim is suing Hamilton Township for failing to adequately train police officers in how to pursue fleeing suspects. In her lawsuit, the plaintiff also alleges that the Hamilton NJ cops created an “unsafe and/or dangerous condition” when they pursued the suspect.

In addition to suing Hamilton NJ and the township’s employees, the victim also filed suit against the suspect who was being pursued by police at the time of the motor vehicle accident.

Depending on the evidence presented at trial, it is possible that the victim will be able to receive monetary compensation for her medical bills, in addition to compensation for the costs of the damage to her car.

For further information about this personal injury case, see the following article: Woman blames police for pursuing suspect who hit her car