Traffic Deaths Rose in 2020 | What to Know About NJ Car Accidents

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), the increase in the rate of 2020 motor vehicle deaths in the U.S. was the largest since 1924. The NSC estimates that 42,060 people have died in U.S. car accidents in 2020. As a result, it is important to know how these accidents…
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Passenger Injuries in New Jersey Car Accidents

When we get in someone's car, we expect that they will drive safely and get us to our destination without incident. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Car accidents happen often in New Jersey, and their results can be devastating. An injury can impact you mentally, physically, emotionally, and…
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PARSIPPANY INJURY ATTORNEY COMMENTS ON DISTRACTED DRIVING

Fatal auto accidents are on the rise across the country due to distracted drivers using cellphones. A recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows 17,775 traffic-related deaths during the first six months of 2016. This figure represents a 10.4% increase compared with the same time in 2015.…
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