Every step you take to reduce your odds of being in a car accident over the holidays is a step in the right direction.
Auto accident insurance is mandatory in every state if you want to be on the road -- but that doesn't stop some people from driving without it.
A lot of people love fall and not just because there's easy access to pumpkin spice coffee everywhere. However, despite the love it receives, fall presents drivers with some special dangers.
Lately, a lot of attention has been focused on distracted driving -- which is a major source of car accidents. However, there are other significant hazards on the road that drivers should keep in mind:
Meeting an attorney for the first time after you've been in a car accident can feel a little intimidating.
Aside from being a national holiday celebrating American independence, the 4th of July has another, much more dubious distinction: It's the single most dangerous day on the road for drivers.
A lot of people expect to be banged up after a car accident, but not many expect to suffer from a much more insidious problem: post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
You can't keep everyone safe on the road because you can't make decisions and take action for all the other drivers and pedestrians. You can, however, do your part to contribute to road safety by following some basic tips each time you get behind the wheel in New Jersey.
Two New Jersey Transit commuter buses collided with one another on Friday, Aug. 19, in Newark, leaving one dead and dozens injured, some critically.
Drunk driving accidents in New Jersey can be very serious. When it comes to fatal drunk driving crashes, New Jersey has rates of death that are much lower than the national average. While this is good news for the state as a whole, it does very little to comfort the family members of the victims in these fatal drunk driving crashes. The family members of people who are killed by drunk drivers might choose to seek compensation for their loss.