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August 2015 Archives

Sometimes, injured victims of car accidents do not survive

When a New Jersey family hears that a loved one was seriously injured in a car accident, they have hope that person will recover and be able to get back to his or her life at some point. Sadly, however, some seriously injured victims of car accidents ultimately succumb to their injuries. This is the situation one family is facing when a young family member died just days after being involved in a crash on Route 80 here in New Jersey.

New Jersey consumers need to keep aware of dangerous products

Like many other consumers around the country, New Jersey residents are growing more particular about the food they eat for many reasons, including their health. Therefore, when dangerous products make their way into grocery stores, consumers need to know as quickly as possible. Good Seed Inc., which distributes soybean and mung bean sprouts, has been part of three recalls so far this year for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Merging causes numerous car accidents on the Turnpike

One of the most dangerous times for any driver on the New Jersey Turnpike is when a vehicle is merging into traffic. If not done correctly, the results can be devastating. Many people suffer serious injuries or die in the numerous car accidents caused by drivers who failed to properly merge onto the turnpike.

Will family file wrongful death suit against dump truck driver?

Some crashes are truly accidents and neither party is determined to be criminally liable. However, that does not necessarily preclude either party from civil liability. New Jersey is a comparative negligence state. For instance, in a wrongful death claim, as long as the loved one of the family seeking restitution is not found to be more than 50 percent responsible for the accident by the court, damages could be awarded.