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September 2014 Archives

New Jersey truck collision leaves driver hospitalized

When a truck accident occurs, life may never be the same for those involved. From death and permanent disability to lost wages and medical expenses, the consequences of these wrecks can be severe. In Monmouth and throughout New Jersey, people who have had their life turned upside down by truck accidents should remain committed to moving forward after the wreck.

Cell phone use and driving: A potentially deadly combination

In New Jersey, it has been illegal to use a handheld cell phone while driving since 2004. Furthermore, the law which banned cell phone use while operating a vehicle was revised in 2006 to single out cell phones specifically, which shows how widespread and serious this issue is both in the state and throughout the country.

Which legal issues should I be aware of after a motorcycle crash?

If you are considering taking legal action after a motorcycle accident, it is important to be aware of the various legal issues which could have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. Although this information is not intended to be taken as legal advice, hopefully it will provide insight that will help you move forward.

What should you do after being hit by a drunk driver?

Even with drunk driving awareness programs and stiff penalties for driving under the influence, drivers in New Jersey and across the country continue to get behind the wheel when they are intoxicated. These poor decisions sometimes result in serious accidents that permanently change the lives of those involved. While this information doesn't constitute legal advice, hopefully it will provide a better idea of what steps to take after being struck by a drunk driver.

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