When Red Light Runners May Not Be Liable for a New Jersey Crash

Red-light running and other types of reckless driving behaviors are among the leading causes of fatal crashes in New Jersey.... Read More

Why Teen Drivers With Teen Passengers Are a Dangerous Combination

Putting teen drivers together with teen passengers is a dangerous combination that significantly increases the risk of a deadly crash.... Read More

Liability for Crashes Caused by Not Using Turn Signals

Turn signals are one of the easiest ways to help prevent a serious crash. Despite only having to flick a... Read More

What Is the Duty of Care NJ Drivers Owe Others on the Road?

When you drive, you are responsible for the safety of others. This legal responsibility is called a duty of care,... Read More

Dirty Windows and How They Can Increase Your Risk of a Crash

Drivers have a duty to maintain their vehicles and keep them in safe operating condition. This legal duty includes keeping... Read More

What if an At-Fault NJ Driver Refuses To Contact Their Insurer?

Although New Jersey is a no-fault state and crash victims can seek compensation from their own insurance policies, they may... Read More

Extreme Fatigue After a Crash – Is it Something to Worry About?

The shock of being in a motor vehicle accident is enough to make anyone feel mentally and physically exhausted. After... Read More

Factors That Increase the Risk of a Rollover Crash in New Jersey

Rollover crashes cause 30 percent of all traffic deaths, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), yet they... Read More

What Are the Steps You Should Expect To Be Followed in Your Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury case typically involves a situation where an individual (the plaintiff) claims to have suffered harm or injury... Read More

What Should You Tell Your Driving-Age Children To Do If They Get Into a Car Accident?

I am a lawyer, with five young adult children, who are all now drivers (scary thought 😊). Here are some... Read More

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