As the weather gets warmer, families hit the road far more often for vacations and other activities. When the weather is nicer, even work trips can increase miles on the road.
As the road time increases, it is even more important to stay safe on the… Read More
Car accidents have the potential to cause severe injuries, especially to the wrists. The delicate bones, tendons and ligaments may be affected by the severe impact and trauma caused during a vehicle collision.
The New Jersey car accident attorneys of… Read More
Knowing how to protect yourself on the road could prevent you from suffering devastating injuries in a vehicle accident.
While experience and proper focus can ensure that you share the road well with other drivers and pedestrians, you cannot always account… Read More
Smooth flowing traffic is important for preventing car accidents. Unfortunately, there are many situations that can be confusing when determining who has the right of way.
The laws outlined below help drivers determine who has the right of way and who… Read More
A car accident is a stressful experience, especially if the at-fault driver has fled the scene of the accident.
Watching the vehicle that caused your accident drive away and flee responsibility for his or her actions can be infuriating. However, there… Read More
The days following a car accident can be hectic, dealing with doctor’s appointments, medical bills, a damaged vehicle and filing a claim with your insurance company.
Unfortunately, while trying to make sense of everything, many people will look to an… Read More
Whiplash is a soft tissue injury that is common in car accidents, especially rear-end collisions.It occurs when the head is quickly jolted in a whip-like motion, such as forward and back or side-to-side.
Our New Jersey auto accident lawyers have represented… Read More
Auto insurance is required in New Jersey. State law also requires that every insurance policy contain personal injury protection (PIP) benefits.
Also known as no-fault insurance coverage, PIP pays benefits to those injured in an accident no matter who… Read More
An overwhelming 90 percent of U.S. drivers admit to using smartphones behind the wheel, despite laws banning the practice in many states.
A new study by Zendrive found that drivers spend 3.5 minutes of every hour using a cellphone. This is especially… Read More
Like much of the nation, pedestrian traffic deaths in New Jersey continue to be a problem.
A recent Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) study found that pedestrian fatalities in the first half of 2016 increased 11 percent nationwide.
Although… Read More