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Car accidents are never one-size-fits-all occurrences

Even though car accidents all seem to fit under one category, that certainly doesn't mean they are alike. In fact, there are many nuances to car accidents, and therefore different ways that attorneys and their clients must tackle incidents. For example, a recent New Jersey crash shows just how varied car accidents really are, and how it's important for victims and their legal representatives to be prepared to examine the unique facts in each case.

The crash happened in Hamilton in the middle of the afternoon along I-295. Several cars were involved, and police discovered that the driver of the car that apparently started the accident was carrying illicit drugs and related drug items in his vehicle. Fortunately, no one was killed, yet this incident shows just how complicated one "simple" crash can be.

To explain, there are several factors to consider. First, there is the car crash in and of itself which will need to be investigated to determine exactly what happened and whether anyone else was hurt. Next, there is the drug-related paraphernalia found in the vehicle. Depending upon the type of drugs, as well as whether the man had prior arrests, there are numerous possible legal outcomes. Finally, there is the fact that lanes had to close down, causing problems on that stretch of the highway for a period of time.

The complexity of car accidents like the aforementioned one from New Jersey touches upon the necessity for all injured parties to seek out advice from legal counsel. Even if someone is not physically injured in a crash, there can be lingering emotional trauma for which reimbursement of financial damages sustained may be recoverable. There's no such think as a "cookie cutter" crash; every one is unique, and every victim deserves to explore his or her options.

Source: nj.com, Accident on I-295 in Hamilton leads to drug arrest, Brendan McGrath, Sept. 1, 2013

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