July 2017 Archives

New Jersey girl killed when mother crashes while intoxicated

Each day, hundreds of New Jersey motorists travel the busy thoroughfares to get from one place to another, and as a consequence each is subjected to the actions of the drivers around them. Unfortunately, even if people are cautious, mindful and defensive drivers, they are still at risk of being involved in a car accident if other motorists are distracted, fatigued or under the influence.

Distractions are a huge problem for teen drivers

Summer is in full swing, which means many teen drivers are on the road in Monmouth County. Whether heading out with friends or driving to and from work, young drivers are more at risk for crashing than other categories of drivers. At Escandon, Fernicola, Anderson & Covelli, we know how terrible the aftermath can be when accidents are caused by drivers who were not paying attention to the road.

Executive order could be death knell for truck safety regulation

Stories of accidents involving trucks on New Jersey’s busy interstates are extremely common. Regulation of the trucking industry falls on the federal government. Striking a balance between adapting rules that keep people safe while not being overly restrictive and inhibiting trucking companies’ ability to do business is not always easy.

Campaign aims to crack down on pedestrian deaths at the shore

It is summer, which means massive crowds are flocking to Monmouth County beaches. The influx of people and vehicles at the shore also means that the chances of being in accident involving a pedestrian are greatly increased. Sadly, such accidents are often deadly for the person who was walking. At Escandon, Fernicola, Anderson & Covelli, we understand how devastating it can be to lose someone you love in a fatal accident.

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