September 2012 Archives

East Brunswick auto accident leaves 2 dead, 3 injured

Auto-pedestrian accidents regularly result in severe injuries and death because pedestrians are virtually helpless in those situations. If a pedestrian accident results in death, the family of the victim may have the option to file a wrongful death lawsuit, which can hold a negligent driver further accountable while allowing a family to obtain compensation for their loss.

Long Hill teen charged in car crash

Inexperienced drivers can sometimes show poor judgment on the road. Statistically, teenagers are more likely to be involved in car accidents than adults. They may also not know how to appropriately react after such accidents because of their inexperience. A recent Long Hill case shows some of the consequences of fleeing the scene of a serious accident.

5 people hurt in Warren Township single-car accident

Single-car accidents typically involve crashes into terrain, private property or similarly immobile objects. In situations like this, some people may not realize that they have the right to hold a driver accountable, even if the driver was operating the vehicle you were riding in. Passengers in a car may have the right to seek compensation for medical expenses or damages from the driver or the insurance company covering the vehicle in some car wrecks.

Accident involving party bus leads to death of New Jersey teen

The life of a New Jersey teen was cut much too short earlier this month when he sustained a serious head injury while riding in a double-decker bus. At the time of the incident, the 16-year-old was being transported, along with many other teens to a sweet 16 birthday party.