Jae E. Lee is the managing partner of our Fort Lee office. Ms. Lee has handled thousands of claims for damages in automobile and slip/trip and fall accidents, including claims against commercial, public and governmental entities. Ms. Lee has secured millions dollars in recovery of damages on behalf of her clients over the span of 18 years. Ms. Lee is dedicated and committed to helping her clients achieve maximum recovery and relief. Ms. Lee invests in her clients' cases, utilizing first-rate demonstrative evidence, investigation tools, trial material and advancing the costs of litigation and experts.
- A motor vehicle accident can leave you with serious injuries and legal problems as well. If you have been injured in an auto accident, you may need to recover benefits from the liable party's insurance provider and your own insurance provider as well. While insurance companies often try to limit, delay or deny benefits, an experienced New Jersey injury lawyer can help you negotiate with them, so you can get the financial relief you need.
- Wrongful death cases can be extremely complex and it is important to have an injury lawyer who has the ability to protect your interests and the interests of your family. Jae Lee Law understands that this is an extremely difficult time for you, and Fort Lee wrongful death attorney Jae E. Lee is committed to helping you through this process as painlessly as possible.
- Our firm provides comprehensive personal injury services beyond representing you in the legal proceedings. We will help you with all of the necessary paperwork and details, including insurance claim and loss of wage forms. We will help you locate the proper medical doctors and treatment facilities for your injuries, and we will work to ensure that all your medical bills are paid while your case is pending.
- Our medical professionals are highly trained specialists who we rely on to provide sound, timely care for our ailments. When they fail to do so, it can result in the escalation of a medical condition or even the death of the patient. If you have been injured or a loved one has died due to the negligent behavior of a medical professional, you may have a claim for medical malpractice.