Unfortunately, many people lose sight of the fact that a large number of individuals are injured by criminal activity. The criminal justice system seeks to punish those responsible for the commission of a crime, but what happens to those people injured during a burglary or assault and battery? Fortunately, the attorneys at Law Offices Rosemarie Arnold will stand up and fight for the fair monetary compensation of those injured by criminal activity.
If you need an assault injury lawyer in Bergen County, or throughout New York or New Jersey, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our firm. Our firm has a long history of helping injured individuals recover monetary compensation for injuries suffered during a sexual assault, violent attack, or other crime. It is our goal to ensure that our clients recover the maximum amount of compensation no matter how complex the criminal case. You were injured and you are owed compensation.
Fort Lee Lawyer Handling Violent Attack Injuries
At Law Offices Rosemarie Arnold, we provide caring, courteous and effective services to injured clients. We will pursue every legal avenue to recover the maximum compensation possible.
No legal fees until we win
At Law Offices Rosemarie Arnold, we handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means there are no attorneys' fees until we recover money for you by way of settlement or collected judgment.
If you were injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver, during a robbery or during childhood sexual abuse, it is crucial that you act quickly and discuss your situation with an attorney. Depending on the factors of your case, you might be entitled to recover monetary compensation from the at-fault party. We will aggressively pursue the maximum compensation possible in your situation.
Free consultations - No fee until we win your case
Flexible office hours - Home and hospital visits
Free processing of medical bills
Attorneys fluent in Spanish, Russian, Italian, and Korean
Attorneys at our firm are licensed in New Jersey, New York, Illinois, and Nevada and include four lawyers who are Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Civil Trial Attorneys.