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How to Avoid a Deer-Vehicle Collision

According to the Insurance Information Institute, 1.6 million deer-vehicle collisions take place in the United States every year, causing two hundred deaths, thousands of injuries, and more than $3.6 billion in vehicle damage. While most of these accidents occur October through December due to mating season, they can happen anytime of year. May and June […]

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The 411 On Rollover Crashes

The 411 On Rollover Crashes

According to Safecar.gov, rollovers are dangerous accidents that have a higher fatality rate than other types of motor vehicle crashes. In fact, they kill more than 10,000 people every year in the United States, and account for thirty-three percent of all passenger fatalities. While any vehicle can rollover, those that are taller and narrower such as […]

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According to Dictionary.com, an occupational disease is a disease caused by the conditions or hazards of a particular occupation.

Common Occupational Diseases That You Should Be Aware Of

According to Dictionary.com, an occupational disease is a disease caused by the conditions or hazards of a particular occupation. Some of the most common occupational diseases are: Respiratory Conditions  Respiratory issues are caused by chemicals, vapors, dust, fumes, and biological agents. These conditions include asbestos, farmers lung, occupational asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and tuberculosis. […]

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Things You Should Do When Traffic Slows Down

On February 5, a police officer was directing traffic around a fallen tree when another driver hit into the officer’s vehicle. Luckily, neither the officer nor the other driver were seriously injured. The officer’s vehicle, though, suffered minor damage, and the other vehicle suffered moderate front-end damage. This accident is a reminder of what you […]

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If you are the parent of a teenage driver, be sure to discuss safety driving practices with your teen.

Teen Driving Safety And Good Practice

Four teens are lucky to have survived a December 26 car crash. The teens were traveling along Route 46 when the driver and front seat passenger started fooling around. The passenger grabbed the steering wheel, causing the vehicle to veer off the road. The car slid on the grass, struck two snow plow blades, and […]

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How to Drive in Fog & What Steps To Take

How to Drive in Fog & What Steps To Take

Fog is one of the most dangerous driving hazards as it lowers visibility, making it difficult to see around you. Foggy conditions cause numerous accidents every year, which is why our New Jersey car accident attorneys offer the following tips: Follow the lines – To make sure you stay in your lane, follow the lane […]

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Pedestrian Safety Along Busy Roads

Pedestrian Safety Along Busy Roads

At just before 4 am on January 4, a 25-year-old male pedestrian was struck and killed while attempting to cross the New Jersey Turnpike near Exit 7. As a pedestrian, there are certain precautions you should take, particularly if you are traveling along a busy road. When possible, avoid walking along busy roads, particularly during […]

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Tips On Remaining Safe While Riding A Motorcycle In NJ

Tips On Remaining Safe While Riding A Motorcycle In NJ

Both the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety state that one out of every one hundred motorcycle riders sustain an accident related injury annually. Here are some tips that will help prevent injuries while you’re cruising around town: All new riders should take a motorcycle safety course to […]

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Whiplash Explained by An Actual Attorney

On a daily basis, millions of Americans get behind the wheel of a car. With so many drivers on the road, it’s no wonder that accidents happen. The most common types of injuries that result are soft tissue injuries, especially whiplash. What is Whiplash? Medically, whiplash is known as a cervical strain or sprain, or […]

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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 […]

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