A fatal crash that occurred on Easter Sunday is being investigated by New Jersey authorities. Two people died in the wreck, and three others were injured. Following car accidents of this nature, if negligence is believed to have contributed, victims or their surviving family members may have legal recourse.
A recent auto accident in New Jersey that injured three people is being investigated by law enforcement officials. Three vehicles were involved in the wreck, two of which were legally parked at the time of the collision. When car accidents are believed to result from negligent behavior, according to state laws the victims may pursue compensation for their losses. While few details have been released about this particular incident, the laws regarding compensation may apply in this case.
Certain personal injury lawsuits make the news due to significant monetary judgments being awarded or interesting circumstances surrounding the cases. A recent case to make headlines in New Jersey is about a teenage girl who filed a personal injury claim against her father and won. To all those who have been injured in car accidents while passengers in another person's vehicle, regardless if that person is a family member, information about this particular suit may be worth reading.
A tractor-trailer and container truck collided recently on Route 17 in New Jersey. While both of the drivers escaped without injury, debris from the incident caused two other car accidents and resulted in two people suffering injuries. The victims of this crash may pursue damages in civil court by filing legal claims against one or both of the truck drivers and their employers.
Pedestrian accidents in New Jersey are an all too common thing. In one of the most recent to occur, a man was killed when he was hit by a garbage truck. Fatal truck and car accidents can leave surviving family members both financially and emotionally devastated. Thankfully, according to the state, they may have legal recourse.
Police in New Jersey are investigating an accident between a school bus and a transit bus. This incident reportedly occurred the morning of Jan. 16, in New Brunswick. When car accidents of this nature occur, the victims may be able to seek compensation for their losses through legal means.
In New Jersey and elsewhere, auto collisions occur every single day. Safety equipment is installed to help those involved avoid death or injury. Sadly, though, there are numerous car accidents that have bad outcomes because that safety equipment failed in some way or was defective at the time of installation. Who is responsible when safety equipment contributes to injury or death in a car crash?
New Jersey state police are investigating the cause of a fatal head-on collision. One life was claimed in the crash. The driver deemed responsible is said to have survived the incident. When car accidents have fatal outcomes, the victim's surviving family members may have legal recourse.
Two young people in New Jersey are dead and another two were left injured following a head-on crash Thanksgiving morning. This incident, which is said to have occurred in Winslow Township, was the result of one of the drivers crossing over the center line. Car accidents such as this one happen quite frequently. When they do, the victims or -- in the event of fatality -- their surviving family members may have legal recourse.
It is easy to spot drivers who are not paying full attention to the road. Distracted driving is major concern in New Jersey and across the country. Numerous car accidents result from such behavior, killing thousands and injuring hundreds of thousands every year.