If your car is totaled in a car crash, and your car is worth less than the balance of your loan, that balance must be paid. The balance could be anywhere from hundreds to potentially thousands of dollars, and many people do not have that amount of money… Read More
Despite it being illegal and the severe penalties that come with it, people still drive without a license. In many cases, these drivers have a license, but it was suspended, or they did not renew it.
If you or a loved one was struck by an unlicensed… Read More
A federal rule established in 2018 requires all passenger vehicles under 10,000 pounds manufactured or made to sell in the U.S. to be equipped with a back-up camera. These devices were implemented to improve safety by making drivers more aware of any… Read More
Car insurance companies would like nothing more than to deny a claim from a car accident victim. When a policyholder contacts them with a claim, they look for any reason they can use to deny the claim, such as arguing you are to blame for the accident… Read More
Poor road design and damaged roads have been an ongoing issue throughout the state of New Jersey for several decades. Many of these roads have caused several car accidents, leading to serious injuries for drivers, passengers and pedestrians. If this has… Read More
It is important to leave enough room between your car and the one in front of you, so you have enough time to stop if the lead car stops suddenly. Otherwise, you could crash into the back of the lead vehicle and suffer whiplash or another injury. The… Read More
Most car accident claims involve private citizens and either one or both parties are found to have been negligent in some way. However, there are also times when the crash involves a government vehicle or employee.
These types of cases can be much more… Read More
Some car accident cases are straightforward, such as when only two vehicles are involved and liability is clear. However, when more than two vehicles are involved, the claim is almost always more complicated. It is often more difficult to determine how… Read More
In many pedestrian accidents, the driver is found to be at fault. Drivers are often not paying attention in areas with heavy pedestrian traffic and to make matters worse, sometimes they may be speeding.
However, there may be times when pedestrians could… Read More
Speeding is one of the most common causes of car accidents. Unfortunately, you may have a hard time proving the other driver was going over the speed limit, and he or she or his or her insurance company may deny it.
If this happens, it is important that… Read More