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AAA Reports Most Fatal Crashes Involving Teen Drivers Occur in Summer Months

The 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the deadliest time for teens to be driving in New Jersey, according to recent AAA data. There were 281 teens killed Read More

New Jersey Nears Enactment of Safe Passing Law Protecting Bicyclists and Pedestrians

Proposed New Jersey legislation that would set stricter safety standards for cars passing bicyclists and pedestrians has cleared a critical committee vote, putting it on track for likely enactment. The bipartisan Read More

Study Seeks Causes of Pedestrian Railroad Crossing Fatalities in New Jersey

More than 20 pedestrians have been killed every year since 2015 at NJ Transit railroad crossings, and the transit agency is partnering with Rutgers University to deploy artificial intelligence to Read More

If You’re a Pedestrian Injured by a Car, Can You Be Held Partly to Blame?

In a geographically small but densely populated state like New Jersey, motor vehicle accidents involving pedestrians often occur. Children and senior citizens on foot are frequently the victims. You might Read More

Bad Driver Behavior Blamed for Spike in NJ Pedestrian Deaths During Pandemic

Speeding, drinking and distracted driving are to blame for what is the largest-ever nationwide increase in pedestrian deaths in a single year, according to a report by the Governors Highway Read More

How Does New Jersey’s Helmet Law Affect Your Rights as an Injured Motorcyclist?

Wearing a helmet is a good practice for any motorcyclist. Statistics show that a motorcyclist who gets in a traffic accident while not wearing a helmet is three times more Read More

How to Gather Evidence After You’ve Been in an Auto Accident

Although many New Jersey auto accident claims are handled under the state’s no-fault insurance law, serious injuries may exceed the limits of the victim’s PIP coverage. When that happens, a Read More

As Bicycle Riding Increases During the Pandemic, So Does the Potential for Accidents

One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been an increase in the number of bicyclists on the roadways. With the closure of gyms, schools and businesses, New Read More

The Causes of Public Transportation Accidents

Every day, millions of Americans rely on public transportation to safely and efficiently get them to school, commute to work, attend events, and run errands. When these systems fail, everyone Read More

When is it “Too Late” to claim my injury?

Recovering from an accident is a deeply personal process, and not everyone is ready to file a claim right away. Beyond that, not every victim knows the full extent of Read More

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