Although there have been major advances in roadway technology, errors in roadway design and maintenance still continue to cause many auto accidents.
The Lynch Law Firm’s trusted New Jersey auto accident attorneys understand who is responsible for roadway… Read More
Winter weather can create dangerous roadway conditions that even experienced motorists can have trouble driving through. In fact, snow and ice-related accidents cause more than 1,300 deaths and over 116,800 injuries each year, according to the U.S Department… Read More
Drunk driving is a prevailing issue that poses a significant threat to the well-being of motorists, passengers and pedestrians. If you or someone you love was injured or killed in an auto accident caused by a drunk driver, you may have legal options.
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After a car accident, it is not always immediately apparent that you have suffered an injury. Some injuries may not fully develop until sometime later, while others may exist but are not obvious to the victim. Therefore, seeing a doctor for a full examination… Read More
Driving while drowsy is a recipe for disaster. Operating a motor vehicle while sleepy puts the driver at risk, along with everyone else on the road. Even nearby pedestrians and property owners can be harmed by a drowsy driver's lack of care.
If you are… Read More
New Jersey is a no-fault state, which means a person’s own auto insurance provides payment for medical expenses for the insured up to the policy limit regardless of who caused the accident. However, there are times when it may be necessary to prove fault… Read More
If you are injured in a vehicle driven by an Uber or Lyft driver, you might assume you can sue the company that employs that driver. This assumption is incorrect. An injury stemming from an accident in which you were a passenger in an Uber or Lyft vehicle… Read More
If you have been injured in a car accident, it is imperative that you contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. It does not matter if the other party involved in the accident is completely at fault or partially at fault. If… Read More
After a car accident, insurers of the at-fault party will work to try to pay as little as possible for your claim, including attempting to prove your injuries were not caused by the accident or minimizing their severity. One way they may attempt to do… Read More
Rear-end accidents are quite common, accounting for 28 percent of all vehicle collisions, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In an accident where you are rear ended, severe injuries can result. Medical treatment is… Read More