When a person is injured through the conduct or neglect of another, he or she is entitled to compensation. Richard Krueger has successfully represented accident victims for 35 years. Richard handles all cases personally, from initial intake through discovery and trial. His relationships with excellent physicians, investigators, architects, engineers, economists and litigation support specialists give clients the "best of all worlds" - first class representation expected of a large firm and the personal  service and attention of the attorney who owns the practice.

Richard's knowledge, skill, experience and reputation in the legal community have earned him certification by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney. This distinction is held by less than 2% of active New Jersey lawyers*.

Initial consultations, by phone or in person, are free. You pay no counsel fee  unless we win the case. Contingent counsel fees are based  upon percentages of the recovery, pursuant to the Rules Governing the Courts of the State of New Jersey.

We recommend that you contact an established and experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible following an accident. There is much initial work to accomplish and evidence to preserve. Many cases present special filing deadlines which must be complied with or important rights may be jeopardized.

We hope that you remain safe and healthy always, but if you are injured through the fault or activities of others, give us a call. We know how to help you through your recovery and protect your rights.

*Of roughly 72,000 active lawyers in New Jersey, only 1,095 are Certified Civil Trial Attorneys. Source: New Jersey Board of Attorney Certification. For further information about certification, you may contact the Board at (609) 984-3077.

Our Personal Injury Cases have included:

  • Wrongful death and survivors' claims;
  • Medical malpractice lawsuits;
  • Motor vehicle and motorcycle injuries;
  • Slips, trips and falls on sidewalks or in parking lots, apartment complexes, stores, theaters and other residential, commercial and public places;
  • Slip and falls on snow and ice; 
  • Injuries from unsafe or defective products and services;
  • Construction site injuries; 
  • Dog bites and animal attacks.