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August 2016 Archives

New Jersey drunk driving accidents: 1 dead, 2 injured in crash

Police in New Jersey recently responded to the scene of a single-vehicle accident near Clinton Township. One individual is said to have died in the wreck, while the driver and a teenager reportedly suffered serious injuries. Authorities do believe that impairment contributed to this event. The results of this crash are not uncommon for drunk driving accidents.

New Jersey car accidents: Child killed in crash, 4 others injured

New Jersey State Police are investigating a crash that killed a child and left four others injured. This incident reportedly occurred Aug. 20 in Bayonne. When car accidents result in death and/or injury, as this one did, those negatively affected may be devastated in a number of ways. In accordance with state laws, they may be entitled to seek compensation for their losses through legal means.

New Jersey car accidents: Several injured in multi-vehicle crash

A crash in New Jersey involving a car, an ambulance and a semi truck resulted in several people suffering injuries. This incident reportedly occurred in Carlstadt on Friday, Aug. 12. When car accidents with injuries occur, according to state laws, the victims may have legal recourse.

Family of killed worker may qualify for workers' compensation

Construction accidents in New Jersey can arise from a variety of sources. Falls, dropped tools, cranes, overhead power lines, motor vehicles, scaffolding, as well as the use of heavy machinery and equipment are among the most common sources. However, other dangers such as confined spaces, carbon monoxide, trench cave-ins and improper training can also lead to serious and, sometimes, fatal injuries. A construction worker's death in April 2016 may have resulted from a not receiving appropriate training. The victim's family is likely entitled to file a claim for workers' compensation death benefits.

Traffic cameras can provide valuable evidence in car accidents

The majority of the time, law enforcement officials here in New Jersey and elsewhere arrive at the scene of a crash after all of the vehicles have come to rest. In some car accidents, it is obvious fairly quickly what happened and who is responsible, but more often than not, further investigation is needed in order to make those determinations. One of the resources used to that end are traffic cameras.

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