Personal Injury Law

Make no mistake, if you have been seriously injured through another’s fault, you need an elite and proven legal team behind you.  You only get one shot at recovering maximum compensation from an at-fault party.  The personal injury attorneys at Schiller McMahon utilize a cutting-edge approach in the litigation of plaintiff’s personal injury matters to achieve continued success and achieve remarkable client satisfaction.

As former Assistant Prosecutors, the Firm’s attorneys spent years building complex cases against career criminals in high stakes matters.  Through that experience, our attorneys have mastered the investigative processes aimed at gathering compelling evidence to hold defendants liable for their unlawful actions.   Since entering private practice, the Firm’s attorneys have used the valuable knowledge and diverse skills acquired as Assistant Prosecutor’s to build formidable cases against negligent and reckless defendants in the personal injury realm.

Combined, Mr. Schiller and Mr. Mahon litigated nearly 100 cases through trial to verdict in their careers.  Notably, our attorneys have prevailed on over ninety-nine percent (99%) of these matters.  Mr. McMahon is a Certified Trial Attorney, while Mr. Schiller awaits the results of his examination given by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Each personal injury case accepted by our Firm receives the same amount of attention as the next.  Our goal is to recover maximum compensation possible.  Anything short of that, we consider a failure. Losing is never an option.  Our New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys are results oriented.

In New Jersey, victims in personal injury actions are entitled to recover monetary compensation for pain and suffering associated with an injury, medical expenses, other financial expenses, emotional anguish, disability and loss of companionship.  The statute of limitations (time frame to bring a lawsuit) varies depending on the specific facts of the accident that resulted in injuries.  While in many cases the statute of limitations is two years, in some cases, it is only ninety (90) days.  Failure to file within that time frame may preclude a victim from bringing legal action to recover damages for their injuries.  In addition, valuable evidence is often lost or destroyed as time passes.  That is why it is important to act quick, so that you do not forfeit your right to bring a claim for damages.

Our firm handles personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not pay any attorneys fees unless we secure a settlement or verdict.

If you or someone you know has been injured through the fault of another, contact Schiller McMahon today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.  At that consultation, we have no doubt that you will leave our office with peace of mind that you have placed your trust in our firm to diligently build a case on your behalf, aggressively fight on your behalf and, ultimately, achieve the best outcome possible.