What’s the Risk of Handling My Own Car Accident Claim?
November 5, 2020
The details of your car accident seem simple and straightforward. It is clear who was at fault and your injuries are significant enough to qualify for compensation. In this case, you might be tempted to handle your own claim to avoid the work of choosing the right lawyer and to save a few dollars. But, this could be a risky move. Before you decide to handle your own car accident claim, consider the following risks: You could say the wrong thing: Saying the wrong thing could harm your case. It can minimize your damages to the insurance company or… read more
Who is Liable in a Multi-Vehicle Accident?
November 2, 2020
Car accidents between two drivers can be confusing enough to navigate, so when you add in more drivers, it is not always easy to connect cause with liability. What Causes Multi-Vehicle Accidents? Many of the same causes that lead to two-driver accidents can also lead to a multi-vehicle accident. A few of the most common causes include: SpeedingPoor weatherDriving under the influenceDistracted drivingFatigued drivingAggressive drivingFailing to follow the street signsMechanical problems When a multi-vehicle accident occurs, there is usually more than one driver who can be considered responsible. For example, one driver might have been speeding when… read more
South Brunswick Police Unveils New Pedestrian Safety Measures
October 30, 2020
Pedestrian accidents are often disastrous. This is because the impact of a moving vehicle can lead to life-changing injuries. Pedestrian accidents occur for a variety of reasons, some of which are preventable. Fortunately, the city of South Brunswick, New Jersey, has recognized this problem and taken action to make the city safer for pedestrians. Recognizing a Dangerous Problem Just a couple of weeks ago, the local community learned of the terrible news. A local teen, just 14 years old, was killed after an SUV hit her after she crossed over the median and attempted to cross the road. While… read more
What is PIP Arbitration?
October 20, 2020
Many auto accident victims seek medical care following an accident. Unfortunately, because of the complexities of New Jersey’s legal system, the medical providers who provide care can often be left in limbo in pursuit of payment. PIP Arbitration is a process that allows medical providers and insurance companies to resolve disputes and collect owed compensation. Who Is Responsible for Car Accident Victim Payments? While it is the victim who receives the medical care, they are not often the one who is responsible for the payment. Because New Jersey is a no-fault state, who is responsible for the accident does… read more
The Seven Most Common School and Daycare Injuries
September 29, 2020
Every parent and guardian wants their child to be safe at all times, even when out of sight. This same expectation of safety continues when you drop your child off at school. You hope and believe that your child will be safe under the supervision of the caregivers and teachers in charge. But accidents, and injuries, can occur, even when your child is at school. Receiving a phone call that your child has been involved in an accident and suffered an injury can be disastrous. School and Daycare Injury Statistics School and daycare injuries might be more common than you… read more
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