Police in New Jersey are currently investigating the cause of an auto-pedestrian accident that left a child seriously injured. This incident occurred in Monroe on the afternoon of Nov. 4. It is always sad to hear of car accidents involving children, as their little bodies are so greatly affected by such incidents, which are generally life-changing.
New Jersey police are investigating a fatal pedestrian accident that recently occurred in Jersey City. An 11-year-old boy was walking to school when he was struck by a jitney bus. When car accidents prove fatal, criminal charges may be filed against those believed responsible. In this particular case, the bus driver was arrested shortly after the incident and is facing several charges for his role in the crash.
The Atlantic City Expressway and the New Jersey Turnpike see a significant amount of traffic every day. The New Jersey Turnpike in particular is considered one of the busiest roadways in the country. Numerous car accidents occur on it, resulting in a variety of injuries, deaths and property damage.
A car accident can change a person's life in an instant, even if he or she was not behind the wheel at the time of the collision. Car accidents can inflict serious injury on passengers when drivers are reckless, negligent or disregard the safety of others. New Jersey individuals who are hurt or families that lost a loved one due to the actions of another person have the right to a full and fair recovery.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An accident involving motor vehicles, though an unfortunate aspect of life that many residents of New Jersey have experienced, can be handled more adroitly with the use of a police report. When car accidents occur -- or a similar incident in which a law enforcement officer was called in -- one of these was most likely generated. An individual is entitled to a copy of this report.
It all seems so simple. A driver heading north will keep his car in the northbound lane; a driver heading south will keep his car in the southbound lane. When this happens, traffic typically flows as it should, and drivers arrive at their destination. However, when a driver does not follow this norm, car accidents such a recent accident on a New Jersey highway can cause harm to one or both of the drivers involved.