In New Jersey, drivers like you share the road with many others, each with their own destination being their primary focal point. Unfortunately, mistakes are made and accidents happen. If you are in a crash yourself, there are certain types of injuries you might receive that are difficult for you to initially identify.
In New Jersey, driving while talking or texting on a hand-held cellphone is against the law. As a result, a number of drivers have turned to using hands-free cellphones, as they are marketed to drivers as being a safe and legal alternative to hand-held devices. Studies show, however, that hands-free cellphones are not much safer than their hand-held counterparts, and that using them while behind the wheel could cause a catastrophic car accident.