Q. How is injury law different in New Jersey?

A. Understanding injury law in New Jersey can be complex and confusing. Several laws governing injuries are particular to New Jersey injury law. Several examples include the statute of limitations specifying how long you have after the injury occurs in which to take legal action, the type of insurance coverage you or your family member purchased can affect whether you have a limited or unlimited right to sue, and laws governing who is liable for injuries in New Jersey when an injury occurs on someone’s property.