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Driving Safety Tips For Teens

Most teenagers can’t wait to get their driver’s license so they can have a little more freedom. But they don’t always realize what a big responsibility it is to get behind the wheel. This is why it’s important that you make sure your teen knows the importance of the following driving tips: Drive Alone Or…

Lawyer Examines Common Misconceptions About Tires

Although the safety of all motorists depend on the condition of their tires, too many people risk their lives on the road because they don’t understand tires well enough to properly care for them. A large part of this problem is the widespread tire misconceptions responsible for accelerated tire wear and even car accidents. Increase your safety…

Tips For More Comfortable Seat Belt Usage

Despite the positive statistics associated with seat belts saving lives in car accidents, only 88 percent of people in New Jersey use a seat belt when riding in a vehicle. This is slightly higher than the national average of 86 percent. While 88 percent is great, this means that just over one in ten people…

Common Causes Of Motor Vehicle Accidents

As you drive along, maybe it’s to or from work, shopping, or a sporting event, you don’t expect to get into a car accident. But unfortunately, it can happen. In fact, it’s estimated that there is a fatal car accident every fourteen minutes in the United States. Here are some of the top causes of…

Three Common Car Crash Injuries You Should Talk To A Lawyer About

A car accident can be a scary experience, and with the emotions involved in a wreck, sometimes people tend to not realize at the time of the crash the extent of their injuries. While it is best to seek medical attention right away after an accident, you can still visit a medical professional if you…

Addressing School Bus Safety For Other Motorists

Every weekday, 25 million American children depend on a school bus to take them to and from school. Approximately 17,000 of these children will sustain an injury in a school bus accident this year alone. Accidents typically happen when the bus collides with another vehicle or when children exit the bus and are hit by…

Four Facts Our Personal Injury Lawyer Says You Must Know

Personal injury law varies from state to state. Below are four facts a New Jersey personal injury lawyer wants you to know about the law in New Jersey. First, there is a statute of limitations of two years. That means that you have two years from the date of your injury to bring a suit…

Advice On Avoiding Rear-End Collisions In New Jersey

Early on the afternoon of November 20, a rear-end collision on Route 22 East slowed traffic and closed a part of the highway for a time. While you cannot always avoid a car accident, there are several things you can do to reduce your chances of being involved in a rear-end accident. Keep a safe…

Texting And Driving Can Be Devastating

In New Jersey, all drivers are banned from texting while driving, and for good reason. It’s estimated that answering a text takes your attention away from the road for five seconds. If your speed is 55 mph, that’s long enough to travel the length of a football field. Facts and Statistics The facts and statistics…

Crucial Information And Tips For Safe Turnpike Driving

A recent accident on the New Jersey Turnpike resulted in injuries to seven individuals, six of them requiring medical attention at area hospitals. One lane of traffic was shut down for a time. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident. When hundreds or thousands of vehicles are traveling at high speeds, car accidents happen. By…

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