Factors That May Affect Whether You Accept a Proposed Settlement
When you’re hurt in a motor vehicle accident because someone else fails to pay attention, the shock can lead to confusion and anxiety. You want to prote… [Read more…]
What Must a Driver Do to Exercise “Reasonable Care”?
In a civil lawsuit for injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident, the legal principle of negligence usually applies. Under that theory, the injured party must p… [Read more…]
Recovering for Losses Sustained in a Motor Vehicle Accident in New Jersey
When you’re hurt in a car crash, the first place you typically turn for compensation to cover your losses is insurance. Though it may seem that t… [Read more…]
Can You Still Seek Recovery If You’re Partially to Blame?
It’s fairly common for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident to be caused by a number of factors. Suppose a motorist causes an accident by making a… [Read more…]
Can You Bring a Lawsuit Under New Jersey’s No-Fault Insurance Law? Who is Liable?
In New Jersey, when you suffer an injury in a motor vehicle accident, whether as driver, passenger, or pedestrian, the state’s no-fault i… [Read more…]
Virus Leads to Less Traffic But Higher Average Speeds
With New Jersey under shelter-in-place orders, there are few places people can go, which means less traffic on the roads. That should make the streets and highways s… [Read more…]
Can Someone Other Than a Driver Be Responsible for Your Injuries?
When you’ve been hurt in a motor vehicle accident through no fault of your own, the first response is to look to the at-fault driver for compensation for… [Read more…]
A Motor Vehicle Accident Is Never “Too Minor”
In the aftermath of a collision, it can be easy to ignore the possible consequences of the accident, especially when you feel like you’ve walked away unharmed. The reality i… [Read more…]
Hurt on a snowy or icy road in New Jersey because another driver was going too fast or didn’t properly clean off his windshield? Slippery roads and poor visibility are the two most common causes of winter car accidents, … [Read more…]
Third Party Responsibility for Injuries Suffered
In the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident, it’s customary to look to the at-fault driver to recover compensation for any losses. In New Jersey, with its “no-fault” aut… [Read more…]