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June 2018 Archives

Wrong way driving can cause a drunk driving accident

In spite of wrong way and do not enter signs on access ramps to highways, drivers can still end up driving in the wrong direction on a highway in New Jersey.  Particularly if alcohol is a contributing factor, a drunk driving accident can result. Such a crash occurred recently on Route 36 in Middletown.

Inadequate safety can result in a premises liability case

Keeping the power grid up and running in New Jersey is a critical task performed by dedicated employees. Working in an electrical power environment carries some risks. While employees may be aware of the risks, they also have a right to expect to be safe while on the job. Failure to adequately provide for safety may result in a premises liability case.

Take care near tow trucks to avoid a car accident

When a serious accident happens in New Jersey tow truck drivers are often called upon to remove damaged vehicles. This can be a dangerous undertaking, particularly on a busy highway.  That was the situation after a car accident on Route 287 near Bridgewater on a recent afternoon.

Hit-and-run car crash shuts down a highway

As long as there are cars and drivers in New Jersey there will be car accidents. Accidents are always scary. When more than one vehicle is involved the fear factor can escalate. Add injuries and a hit-and-run driver to the mix and a very frightening situation can come about as the result of a car crash.