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June 2015 Archives

Far too many young people in New Jersey die in car accidents

New Jersey's young adults have the rest of their lives ahead of them. Unfortunately, too many of them lose their lives in car accidents before those lives can truly begin. One of the most recent lives lost too soon was an 18-year-old man.

Did negligence contribute to New Jersey fatal accident?

It is true that a car accident can occur even when a New Jersey driver does everything right. More often, however, some act of negligence causes the driver to lose control of the vehicle and crash. This may be especially true in a wreck that only involves one vehicle since no other outside force factored into the wreck.

Hit-and-run car accidents leave unanswered questions

Vehicles strike far too many pedestrians each year across the country, including many here in New Jersey. Some of those pedestrian vs. car accidents are hit and runs, which leave many people with unanswered questions. The biggest question most people have regarding this type of accident is how the driver could leave the person to die -- or, at least, leave the victim seriously injured -- without calling 911 even if he or she fails to stop for whatever reason.

Truck accidents can be caused by improperly secured loads

Nearly every New Jersey driver gets nervous around tractor-trailers because of the potential that loads may shift, tires could blow or other catastrophes could occur. One of the most unpredictable -- yet preventable -- truck accidents can be caused when a load is not properly secured. This oversight can cause a variety of issues, including the load coming off the truck and hitting another vehicle.

Tracy Morgan's case joins other truck accidents that settled

This blog first reported on the devastating crash here in New Jersey in which actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was critically injured on June 18, 2014 ("New Jersey Truck Accidents: Tracy Morgan, others hurt, 1 killed"). Morgan filed a lawsuit against retail giant Wal-Mart, which was the employer of the driver of the truck that hit Morgan's limousine in June 7, 2014. As has happened in numerous other truck accidents, Morgan has settled his claims with Wal-Mart nearly one full year after the wreck.

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