Auto collisions occur every day on New Jersey roads. While many of these accidents are relatively minor in nature, there are those that result in significant losses to victims and -- in the event of fatality -- their surviving family members. This is particularly true in cases involving drunk drivers. Those who have been negatively affected by drunk driving accidents may be entitled to seek compensation for their losses.
Police in New Jersey have arrested the man they say is responsible for causing a fatal crash the evening of Sept. 12. This individual was reportedly impaired and fleeing from police when his vehicle collided with another car. Sadly, it is not uncommon for such circumstances to result in car accidents -- fatal or otherwise.
A New Jersey man who was working at a construction site was recently injured in an explosion. This incident is said to have occurred Sept. 7, in Egg Harbor Township. He was the only employee injured in the event. Per state laws, he may file workers' compensation claims in an effort to assist him medically and financially throughout his recovery.
In New Jersey and elsewhere, accidents involving motorcyclists are pretty common. When motorcycle accidents do occur, injured riders may have a lot of questions regarding liability and covering any associated expenses. Depending on the circumstances surrounding one's specific collision, one may be able to successfully establish negligence in court and achieve compensation for his or her losses.