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Pedestrian vs. car accidents often cause serious or fatal injury

The vulnerability of pedestrians is often reiterated every time a news story appears that involves the serious injury or death of someone struck by a motor vehicle. People who are walking near roadways tend to believe that they are safe when they remain on the sidewalks and other designated walkways in New Jersey. Sadly, even when pedestrians follow all of the rules, there is no guarantee they will avoid becoming the victims of car accidents

2-car accidents can easily involve other vehicles

When cars collide on New Jersey highways, city streets or in residential areas, there is always the potential of collateral damage. The results of an impact are unpredictable, and when out-of-control vehicles are propelled across a roadway, they can slam into other vehicles. Car accidents that might have caused isolated injuries to those involved in the initial crashes end up affecting the lives of passing motorists and their passengers.

Auto accidents can take the lives of loved ones without warning

When people say goodbye to their loved ones, they typically have no way of knowing whether it could be for the last time. Life is unpredictable, and when tragedy strikes, some people walk away from an accident relatively unscathed while others perish. For instance, auto accidents here in New Jersey and around the country take the lives of many without warning each year.

Excessive speed if a factor in many car accidents

To operate a vehicle properly, a driver needs training and experience. The training given to New Jersey residents who are not in a profession that requires advanced training -- such as law enforcement officers --  not often take long, but gaining the experience needed in order to control the vehicle at high speed takes a significant amount of time. Teenagers who have not had their driver's licenses for long do not have the necessary experience, which could be one reason why they are involved in numerous car accidents involving speed as a factor.

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