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January 2015 Archives

What is a bad faith insurance claim?

In recent posts, we've spoken a bit about insurance law as it applies to auto accident coverage in the state of New Jersey. Auto insurance coverage, of course, is a critical resource for those injured in a car accident in New Jersey, and motorists rely on their insurance companies to deal fairly with them in paying claims.

Why it is important for car accident victims work with an attorney

In our last couple posts, we've been discussing the relationship between New Jersey’s no-fault insurance system and comparative negligence, focusing briefly on the issue of the right to sue. As we've noted, New Jersey’s no-fault system allows motorists to choose whether they will retain a limited or an unlimited ability to sue an at-fault motorist for non-economic damages.

Limited vs. unlimited right to sue under NJ no-fault insurance law

In previous posts, we began looking at the issue of comparative fault as it pertains to pedestrian accidents, then moved on to broaden out the discussion to comparative fault as it relates to auto accident liability. We left off by mentioning that the difference between basic and standard auto insurance policies in New Jersey is that the former involve a limited right to sue a party for damages, while the latter involve an unlimited right to sue.

No fault insurance and comparative fault in NJ—how do they relate?

In our previous post, we briefly discussed the issue of comparative negligence as it impacts pedestrian accidents. In this and the next post, we want to discuss comparative negligence as it impacts those who are involved in auto accidents in New Jersey.

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