Motor vehicle collisions are an unfortunate regular occurrence that rarely result in a favorable situation. Often, victims suffer serious injuries or even fatalities. One New Jersey man was recently killed in a car accident with a driver who may have been negligent.
Motor vehicle collisions can happen in an instant. Drivers who fail to pay attention to the road are much more likely to cause a car accident. Such accidents often lead to property damage and serious injuries. A New Jersey woman was recently killed in a collision that may have been caused by a negligent driver.
There may be many reasons a motor vehicle collision may occur. When someone is texting and driving, too tired to drive or even in a negative state of mind, they could find themselves too distracted to properly operate a vehicle. A car accident is much more likely to occur when a driver is distracted. One New Jersey man recently lost his life after being struck by a driver who appears to have been distracted.
Car crashes are an unfortunate reality in the lives of many people in New Jersey and across the country. When a loved one is killed in a car accident, the surviving family may decide to consult an attorney to determine how to proceed after such a tragedy. One family may be looking into their legal options after a man was killed in a recent accident.
Sadly, motor vehicle collisions have become a common occurrence not only in New Jersey but across the country. While there may be many factors that could contribute to a car accident, any of them could result in property damage and serious injuries or fatalities. One man was killed and three others were injured in a recent collision.
It is estimated that distracted driving caused 3,477 road fatalities across the country in 2015. In the same year, 391,000 people were injured in accidents because drivers were distracted. There is little doubt that a distracted driver is a disaster in the making.
Collisions can easily occur when New Jersey drivers are negligent. Falling asleep at the wheel, texting while driving or otherwise failing to pay attention to surroundings could all be considered negligent acts committed by a distracted driver. A priest and his sister were recently killed in a crash involving a possibly negligent driver.
Motor vehicle collisions are an unfortunately common occurrence in New Jersey and across the country. Many of these crashes happen when drivers fail to remain observant of their surroundings. A recent car accident took the life of a pedestrian on the morning of April 30.
With warmer weather settling in, New Jersey residents are more inclined to travel for pleasure. As a result, those who choose to travel by motorcycle face an increased risk of becoming involved in a crash caused by an inattentive or distracted driver. There are hundreds of riders who wind up victims of a serious or fatal wreck due to the actions of another motorist.
In 2010, the number of crashes in one town in New Jersey was approximately 846. However, last year, after efforts to reduce the incidences attributed to a distracted driver, that number was almost cut in half. Now, the state is beginning a new phase in its efforts to eradicate these types of wrecks.