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Study Shows Seniors Most Vulnerable Victims in Pedestrian Accidents

A recent study conducted by the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) reveals that senior citizens are particularly vulnerable while crossing the street. In response, the city has proposed Read More

“Daylighting” at Intersections Helps Eliminate Traffic Deaths

Every year, car drivers, car passengers, bikers and pedestrians in cities all over the United States are injured or killed in collisions at intersections. A major cause of these often-avoidable Read More

Proposed Law Would Make Seat Belts Mandatory on School Buses Nationwide

For decades, public-school buses did not have passenger seat belts. Over the years, concerned parents and traffic accident experts advocated for increased bus safety, including seatbelts. Some school districts and Read More

The Most Common Causes of Summertime Injuries

Summer is peak time for socializing and recreation. Naturally, everyone wants to take advantage of warm weather and time off from school or work to have a little fun. However, Read More

In NJ and Nationwide, Pedestrian Deaths Reach Record Levels

Walking on public streets and roadways has become quite dangerous. Pedestrians are dying in America at a rate unseen in four decades. In 2021 nearly 7,500 pedestrians were struck and Read More

Summer Vacation Continues to Be the "100 Deadliest Days" for Teen Drivers

The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is commonly known as the “100 Deadliest Days” on America’s roadways. Each year there is a predictable increase in automobile fatalities among Read More

Worker’s Fatal Fall Shows Amusement Piers Can Be Dangerous Places

When we go to amusement parks to enjoy the thrills of roller coasters and other rides, we count on the park to be safe for ourselves and our families and Read More

Astroworld Tragedy Points Up Liability of Concert Promoters and Organizers

On November 5, 2021, at the Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas, 10 people died as a result of asphyxiation when the tightly-packed crowd stampeded toward the stage during a performance Read More

New Jersey Makes the Top 10 List of States with the Safest Drivers

Despite New Jersey’s busy highway system, its crumbling infrastructure and its position as a corridor between major cities, the state is a relatively safe place to drive. A recent study Read More

Study Shows Cell Phone Use to Be Chief Cause of New Jersey Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a serious problem in New Jersey, just as it is across the nation. Distracted drivers were involved in a majority of NJ vehicular crashes in the decade Read More

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