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Your Legal Remedies for Loss of a Loved One in a Fatal Car Accident

Your Legal Remedies for Loss of a Loved One in a Fatal Car Accident Read More

Why So Many Auto Accidents Occur at Night

While nighttime driving accounts for only about one-fourth of all hours driven, 50 percent of the nation’s traffic deaths happen at night, according to the National Safety Council. Driving at Read More

Proving Fault in a NJ Car Accident

Despite many road safety initiatives over the years, traffic accidents remain a big problem in New Jersey. Every year thousands of people are injured in automobile crashes. In general, those Read More

Recognizing the Symptoms of Acute Spinal Cord Injuries

If you have been hurt in some type of accident and are feeling pain, discomfort or another abnormal sensation in any part of your body, the underlying injury could actually Read More

When Can You Sue Another Driver Over Injuries in a N.J. Car Accident?

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident in New Jersey, your right to recover damages may be limited by the state’s no-fault insurance law. Because New Jersey’s law Read More

Fatal Accidents at Amazon Plants Raise Employer Liability Questions

The deaths of three Amazon workers in New Jersey during the summer of 2022 have drawn the attention of federal workplace safety regulators and the public, raising questions about the Read More

Who Is at Fault in a Self-Driving Car Accident?

For all of automotive history, the vehicles on the road have been driven by human beings. When accidents occurred, a driver who was at fault could be held liable for Read More

Amazon’s Record Shows Contract Drivers Are More Prone to Crashes

If it seems like you’re seeing more Amazon delivery trucks every day, it’s not an illusion. Americans’ insatiable desire to order almost everything online and have it delivered fast has Read More

Grade-Level Railroad Crossings Continue to Be Hazardous for Motor Vehicles

Highway-railroad grade crossings are locations where a railroad line crosses a street at the same level, rather than via an overpass or a tunnel. Drivers may hardly give them a Read More

New Jersey Legislators Propose Initiating Vision Zero at State Level

Fatal traffic accidents are a serious problem in New Jersey. In 2021, the state saw 699 deaths on its roadways, including 367 drivers, 86 passengers, 219 pedestrians and 27 cyclists. Read More

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