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Category Archives: Auto Accidents

What Benefits Are Available if You’re Disabled by a Non-Work-Related Injury or Illness?

Being unable to work and support your family due to an injury or ailment can be financially devastating. If your condition arises from an accident or exposure that occurred at your place of employment, you may receive workers’ compensation benefits over a short or long term. But there are also resources available for disabilities arising… Read More »

What Is New Jersey’s “Serious Injury” Threshold for Car Accident Lawsuits?

New Jersey is a no-fault auto insurance state, which means accident victims who have opted for limited coverage are restricted in their ability to seek damages from another party for their injuries. The victim must first look to his or her insurance carrier for reimbursement of medical expenses, lost wages and other accident-related costs. However,… Read More »

How Your Choice of Automobile Insurance Policy Affects Your Right to Sue for Damages

In many states, people injured in auto accidents can immediately seek compensation from the driver who caused the crash. Here in New Jersey, though, we have what is called a no-fault system, which means your own insurance is the first, and potentially only, source of compensation, even if the accident was another driver’s fault. Further,… Read More »

Calculating Damages for Pain and Suffering After an Accident

An auto accident can leave you with severe injuries and resulting expenses. You may face high medical costs, lose time at work and suffer a great deal of pain. If another person was at fault for the accident, you might be entitled to financial compensation for what you are going through. How much money you… Read More »

How to Prove a Distracted Driver Was at Fault in Your Accident

Distracted driving is among the chief causes of traffic accidents throughout the United States, including New Jersey. If you’ve been in a vehicle crash and you can prove that the other driver’s inattention was responsible, you may be able to collect compensation for your injuries. A study released in 2022 showed that in New Jersey,… Read More »

What Recourse Do You Have if You’re Injured in an NJ Hit and Run?

Being hurt in a car crash is traumatic in itself, but your anxiety level will likely be higher if the other driver fled the scene. Hit-and-run accidents present special difficulties in terms of obtaining compensation for your medical costs and other losses. Nevertheless, there are positive steps that can be taken to pursue your rights… Read More »

New Jersey’s Most Dangerous Roads

New Jersey is one of the most heavily trafficked states in the nation, and its roads are not always up to the task. Many highways pose frequent and sometimes deadly hazards. Being aware of which roads are most treacherous, as well as factors that contribute to a lack of safety, can help you avoid accidents…. Read More »

Can You Bring a Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit Even if You Weren’t Wearing a Helmet?

Motorcycle accidents can result in severe and devastating injuries, since there is nothing to protect a motorcycle rider from impact with the road, other vehicles or stationary objects during an accident. Wearing a helmet is required by law and may reduce the chances of a serious injury or fatality, but does a rider’s failure to… Read More »

What Types of Injuries Meet the NJ Verbal Threshold for Bringing a Lawsuit?

New Jersey law gives drivers the choice of two types of car insurance policies: the “limitation on lawsuit” option and the “no limitation” option. A limitation-on-lawsuit policy is less expensive but strictly limits the purchaser’s ability to sue for pain and suffering and other non-economic damages. However, it is still possible to recover such damages… Read More »

Due to COVID-19 , Some Police Departments Not Responding to Minor Auto Accident Calls

Police officers and other first responders face increased risks due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has changed nearly every facet of our lives. As stay at home orders in many states and cities require non-essential businesses to shut down or cut back on hours in operation, measures are also being taken to protect law enforcement… Read More »