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July 31, 2023
What Is Comparative Negligence in New Jersey?

Sometimes, the insurance company may claim you are partly or completely to blame for your car accident injuries. If they are correct, it may reduce your financial recovery or eliminate it. Your lawyer may need to defend your actions while they also argue that someone else was to blame for your injuries. Understanding Comparative Negligence

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June 14, 2023
Who Is Liable in a Car Accident in New Jersey?

After a New Jersey car accident, you may be eligible for financial compensation. First, you must prove that someone else was more to blame for the car accident. Without that showing, you may not be able to be paid for your injuries. An experienced New Jersey car accident lawyer can help gather the evidence that can prove

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June 7, 2023
Drunk Driving Accidents in New Jersey: What You Need to Know

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, someone is killed in a drunk driving accident every 51 minutes. Drunk driving crash injuries can lead to death or serious long-term injuries. You may be entitled to significant financial compensation if you have been injured in a drunk driving accident. An experienced car accident lawyer can review

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May 31, 2023
Memorial Day Weekend Continues to Be Dangerous for New Jersey Drivers

Memorial Day weekend is one of the deadliest times to drive, and New Jersey is no exception. The New Jersey State Police reported five fatalities in North Jersey alone, which may increase once law enforcement reports across the state are compiled. One of the worst accidents occurred on Friday when four people were killed, including

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May 25, 2023
Common Causes of Car Accidents in New Jersey

What are the common causes of car accidents? In 2022, traffic-related deaths in New Jersey reached a 15-year high, according to a New Jersey State Police annual statistics report. No one expects to cause an accident, but statistically, bad driving behavior is responsible for nearly 300,000 car accidents yearly in the state. For this reason, it is crucial

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May 18, 2023
Distracted Driving Laws in New Jersey

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), distracted driving is one of the most common causes of severe and fatal car accidents in the United States. While distracted driving accidents have become increasingly more common, particularly among teen drivers, they are also entirely preventable if motorists focus on the road at all times. If you or someone

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April 20, 2023
Who Pays your Medical Bills After a Car Accident?

According to statistics reported by the state’s Department of Transportation, there were over 276,000 car accidents in New Jersey in 2019. The vast majority were caused by driver error, with distracted driving being the most common — almost 1,400 were associated with handheld or hands-free phone use, followed by DUI, driver fatigue, speeding, tailgating, and poor

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