Have you been injured by someone else’s negligence? Or were you in a car accident and now the insurance company refuses to pay? You may think your options are limited. Of course there’s always taking someone to court. But the legal process can be very intimidating, especially if you never stepped in a courtroom before.
You’re stuck. And you need help. Where can you turn?
Meet Personal Injury Lawyer Anthony Carbone
That’s when you turn to the Law Offices of Anthony Carbone. Our top personal injury lawyer Anthony Carbone has been fighting for clients throughout New Jersey for more than 26 years. Attorney Carbone is known for his aggressive and relentless representation of his clients and his track record of wins speak for itself. Located just a few block from Jersey City’s Journal Square, Attorney Carbone knows his way around the courtroom of New Jersey and will not rest until you get what you deserve.
Personal injury law refers to when someone is injured and the injury was directly caused by the negligence of another person or entity. Attorney Carbone’s practice focuses on:
- Personal Injury
- Slip and Fall Injury
- Car Accidents
- Jitney Bus Accidents
- Workers’ Compensation
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Defective Products
- Animal Attacks
- Escalator Accidents
- Chemical Injuries
- Wrongful Death
Let our Award-Winning Lawyer Help You
Not only does he have the experience to win your case, but Mr. Carbone has the accolades to prove it. For the past two years, he has been named a Super Lawyer and recently became an advocate for the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In addition, he holds a 10.0 “superb” rating on the prestigious lawyer directory AVVO. He is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, named to the “Top 100 Lawyers” list for the American Society of Legal Advocates and the National Trial Lawyers Association.
If you live in New Jersey and need legal representation for your personal injury, contact us today for a free consultation. Aggressive. Relentless. Successful. That is Anthony Carbone.