An Experienced Attorney Providing Effective Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Representation in Monmouth County, New Jersey
Personal Injury Cases in Monmouth
When a person is injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence or otherwise wrongful conduct, he or she is often legally entitled to compensation for their medical expenses, lost income, loss of enjoyment of life, physical and emotional pain and suffering, as well as other economic and non-economic losses. Attorney Ronald J. Brandmayr regularly represents victims of the following types of accidents:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Slips and falls
- Pedestrian accidents
Civil rights Offense Cases in Monmouth County
Many people who are accused of criminal misconduct have also been victimized by the law enforcement officers that investigated the alleged crime. Federal law allows people whose civil rights are violated by police and other state actors to bring a claim in order to recover for their injuries and other losses. The kinds of civil rights violations that often result in these sorts of claims include police brutality, illegal searches, false arrest, and racial profiling.
DWI Defense in Monmouth County
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) by drugs and/or alcohol is a serious violation in the state of New Jersey. A conviction for DWI can often result in fines, probation, the suspension or revocation of the defendant’s driver’s license, and even jail time. People who have been accused of DWI should be aware of the fact that an arrest does not always lead to a conviction, even in cases where a person “blew” or submitted to other forms of sobriety testing. For this reason, it is critical for anyone accused of drunk driving to have their case reviewed by an experienced lawyer.
Drug Offenses in Monmouth County
People who are convicted of criminal offenses related to the possession, sale, manufacture, or distribution of illegal drugs can face extremely stiff legal penalties. In addition, drug convictions carry a certain stigma that can keep a person from getting a job or pursuing certain academic programs. Fortunately, an attorney can often help get an individual into a pre-trial intervention program that can avoid a conviction being entered onto his or her record.
Call a Monmouth County Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyer Today to Discuss Your Case
If you have been accused of a crime or injured in an accident, you should call an attorney as soon possible. To schedule a consultation with Monmouth County attorney Ronald J. Brandmayr, call our office today at 732-409-5195 or send an email through our online contact form.