When drunk driving accidents occur in New Jersey, serious injuries and even deaths sometimes result. One recent drunk driving accident left one man dead, according to New Jersey State Police. When drunk driving accidents occur in New Jersey that result in serious injuries or deaths of individuals, the injured victims or the loved ones of fatally injured victims are typically entitled to sue for damages in civil court via personal injury or wrongful death suits.
A construction accident that took place out of state resulted in the death of one worker and seriously injuries for another. It occurred when a vehicle ran off the road, traveling into the construction site where the workers were, police say. When an accident like this occurs in New Jersey, injured workers -- and the surviving families of workers killed on the job -- are entitled to file for workers' compensation benefits.
An elevator repairman was killed in a work-related accident recently. The fatal accident occurred on a recent Tuesday in Guttenberg, Hudson County. When loved ones in New Jersey are killed in work-related accidents, their loved ones and or dependents likely qualify for workers' compensation death benefits.
Two construction workers were recently involved in an incident at work that resulted in both suffering injuries. The incident occurred in Hudson County on a recent Friday in January. When New Jersey workers suffer injuries while at work, they are legally entitled to submit claims for workers' compensation benefits.