New Jersey Personal Injury Cases after an Automobile Accident

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Automobile accidents are one of the most common causes of personal injury. If you have been injured in a car accident, or have caused an accident which resulted in injury, it is important to know your rights and what to do next.

  • ContentCommon Causes of New Jersey Snow Car Accidents and How to Respond After Injury

    Snow car accidents are common in the New England states, but in New Jersey, these collisions could devastate the victims due to the massive number of vehicles present on roadways and highways. There are over 100,000 injuries that occur due to snow and ice each year, and many occur on the highway, so it is imperative to understand how to respond after injury occurs.

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  • ContentNew Jersey No-Fault Laws and Medical Expense Coverage

    After an accident, many people assume that the insurance policy that covers the at-fault driver will be responsible for covering medical expenses. However, this is not always the case, especially when the state uses a no-fault system. New Jersey is one such state that uses this system.

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  • ContentHow Does Personal Injury Protection Insurance Work when You are Driving Someone Else’s Vehicle?

    In states with no-fault accident laws, like New Jersey and Pennsylvania, a portion of your automobile insurance coverage known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP) provides coverage for accident-related medical expenses, regardless of fault. However, if you suffered an accident while driving someone else’s vehicle, you may wonder which policy covers you. Yours? The vehicle owner’s? Neither?

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  • ContentProving Fault in a New Jersey Car Accident Case

    You’re involved in a traffic accident, the most important thing for you to do is to seek medical attention. The second important thing to do is seek the help of a New Jersey car accident lawyer. The reason why hiring a car accident lawyer is so important is because of proving fault. All traffic accidents involving deciding who was negligent.

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