Car Accident Law

Personal Injury Lawyers often handle car accident law cases. These injury claims are for victims of vehicle accidents where the injured parties have suffered physical injury and/or property damage. These attorneys provide legal services both out of court and at trial and usually have a great deal of experience with settlement procedures.

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  • New Motorist Threat: Drugged Drivers
      by HG.org

    Driving under the influence of drugs is a factor that leads to personal injury, property damage and sometimes death. When driving through traffic, it is vital that individuals avoid imbibing substances that may impair capability and judgement.

  • Texting Potentially Worse than DUI
      by HG.org

    When a driver is texting, they are not paying attention to the road or traffic. This may lead to severe injury through negligence. Because all senses are impaired whilst texting, these actions are potentially worse than driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

  • Data for DUI
      by HG.org

    Driving under the influence is a preventable type of offense. Accidents involving alcohol-related incidents are increasing, but the statistics about these accidents are often surprising. It is possible with more knowledge about these crimes, they may be avoided.

  • Dangers of Teen Drinking
      by HG.org

    Teenage drivers may cause severe injury or death when driving under the influence. The lack of experience and knowledge about what to do tends to lead to damages by these drivers. When individuals are driving it is best to avoid drinking in any quantity, but it is especially important for teenage drivers.

  • Premises Liability and Slip and Fall Cases

    Itís all fun and games until someone slips and falls. Sometimes itís just not your fault, and there is no way you could have avoided the fall. In cases like these you may be able to take legal action against the owner or the person responsible for the accident.

  • Prevent Social Media from Damaging an Auto Accident Injury Case

    It's been a long trial and things look good. The jury seems to be siding with the plaintiff in a personal injury case. It was proven the injuries sustained by the plaintiff were a direct result of the traffic accident. But then the defense provides a Snapchat photo of the plaintiff.

  • Self-Driving Cars and Liability

    Soon, self-driving cars will start making their way onto roadways across the world. The first wave of autonomous vehicles is expected to enter the market for consumers by 2020 (Stoll, John D., GM Executive Credits Silicon Valley for Accelerating Development of Self-Driving Cars, The Wall Street Journal, May 10, 2016). But as these vehicles become widespread and accidents inevitably occur, the traditional system for compensating those injured in accidents must change to consider who is liable.

  • Death by Auto

    Drivers who are accused of causing fatal accidents by driving recklessly will in most circumstances be prosecuted for violating New Jerseyís vehicular homicide statute, N.J.S.A. 2C:11-5. The majority of drivers prosecuted for vehicular homicide are accused of impaired driving resulting from high blood alcohol concentrations or the ingestion of drugs. In other cases, sleep deprivation may give rise to the accusation of reckless driving.

  • Handling Hit and Run Accidents
      by HG.org

    Hit and run accidents occur when two or more vehicles collide and one party flees the scene with the vehicle or on foot. When an accident is impacted by one of the parties fleeing, the case can often become more complicated.

  • Hit and Run Personal Injury Claims
      by HG.org

    When individuals are injured by another driver, they often know to get the other driverís insurance information and to make a claim against that policy. However, when they are injured in a hit and run accident, the claims process is often much more complicated.


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