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Car Accidents Caused by Public Entities in NJ
Car Accidents Caused by Public Entities in NJ

If you have been injured in a car accident caused by a government body or public entity, you have the legal right to recover compensation for your losses. However, crash claims involving local, county, municipal, or state agencies are more complicated than lawsuits against ...

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Blog posts in Car Accident

  • What Happens If I'm Injured in an Uber/Lyft Accident in NJ

    Rideshare services have become some of the most popular means of transportation in the United States and all over the world. Whether you are going to ...

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  • Dram Shop Law in New Jersey

    If you were injured in a car accident caused by a drunk driver in New Jersey, not only may you file an auto insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit ...

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  • Why You Do Not Apologize After a Car Accident

    When you accidentally bump into someone while walking, you may instinctively say, “I’m sorry,” even if the other person was the one who actually ...

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  • Your Right to Sue After an NJ Car Accident

    New Jersey is one of several states that has a “no-fault” car insurance system. According to this law, if you have been injured in a car accident , ...

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  • Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

    While motorcycle accidents do not occur quite as frequently as other types of motor vehicle accidents, they often lead to serious, catastrophic, or ...

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  • What Happens in a Head-On Collision?

    Head-on collisions are among the most dangerous types of car accidents. Despite head-on collisions accounting for only 2% of all crashes, they cause ...

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  • 2018 New Jersey Car Accident Statistics

    Just how dangerous are car accidents in the state of New Jersey? A look at crash data collected by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) ...

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  • Can You Claim Compensation for a Hit-and-Run?

    Every driver fears getting into a hit-and-run accident caused by another reckless driver. Does being hurt by someone who then flees the scene mean you ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About New Jersey Car Seat Law

    Up until just five years ago, the state of New Jersey only required children to be seated in rear-facing car seats until they reached one year of age. ...

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