South Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers
Helping You Get Your Life Back After A Personal Injury
After suffering a serious injury, life may never be the same. Every day may be brimming with new challenges. Making sense of what happened — and sorting through the uncertainties that lie ahead — is no easy task. At Folkman Law, our South Jersey personal injury lawyers will enlist the help of experts to provide the right recommendations for your situation — and to ensure that you and your loved ones are fully and fairly compensated for all the harm you have suffered.
We are committed to obtaining the best possible outcome for you. We will go the extra mile and fighting for justice. Our unwavering determination has led to many million-plus dollar verdicts and settlements in personal injury cases.
In 2009, we won the highest personal injury verdict in New Jersey — totaling more than $100 million.
Our personal injury lawyers represent people across New Jersey and Pennsylvania who have been victims of:
Additionally, if you lost a loved one in a tragic accident, we can evaluate your options for pursuing a wrongful death claim.
Verdicts and Settlements
We have fought for clients, earning them:
$779,000 settlement of chemical exposure claim.
$750,000 settlement of construction accident case where a wall fell on worker causing severe personal injury.
$710,514 judgment against bar in dram shop case resulting in the death of a young woman hit by the drunk driver.
$625,000 settlement of sexual abuse case against a pedophile and the pedophile’s employer.
$625,000 settlement of personal injury claim arising from a motor vehicle accident.
Request Your Free Case Review With our South Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers at Folkman Law
Call the South Jersey personal injury lawyers of Folkman Law at 856-354-9444 to get started. You may also contact us online. We offer contingency fee representation in personal injury cases, meaning you won’t owe any attorney fees unless we obtain financial recovery for you. Based in Cherry Hill, we also have offices in Philadelphia and King of Prussia.