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Medical worker suffers fatal personal injury as a pedestrian

Standing at a bus stop in New Jersey can apparently be a life-threatening experience. A 59-year-old woman recently suffered a fatal personal injury in an accident involving a bus. The woman is said to have been an employee of a nearby medical facility. The situation has led authorities on a manhunt.

More than one person suffered personal injury in New Jersey wreck

New Jersey police were recently summoned to the scene of an automobile accident in the wee hours of a Tuesday morning. When the call came in, police were told that one of the vehicles involved in the crash appeared to be on fire. First responders headed out and learned further details upon their arrival at the scene, including the fact that several people had suffered personal injury in the accident.

Drunk trucker in New Jersey causes personal injury and death

Any New Jersey motorist who gets behind the wheel after consuming alcohol is placing his or her own life at risk as well as all who share the roadways. Police were recently called to the scene of a terrible accident. They later stated their suspicions that a tractor-trailer driver who was involved in the collision that caused personal injury and death was intoxicated when the accident occurred.

Drunk drivers frequent menaces on New Jersey roadways

It's challenging enough to arrive safely at your destination when navigating busy New Jersey roadways during times of highly congested traffic. If you get stuck sharing with the road with someone who's had too much alcohol to drink before getting behind the wheel, your chances of being involved in a collision greatly increase. Drunk driving is a criminal offense, not a mere traffic violation; those injured by drunk drivers are able to seek full recovery for their losses by filing personal injury claims in court.

$1.4 million settlement in New Jersey personal injury claim

Life can change in an instant. One minute, a promising New Jersey student is driving along the road; the next minute that same student is involved in a car accident that alters that promising future. Depending upon what happened and who is at fault for the accident, this student may have a personal injury claim against the other driver.

Single car tragedy results in personal injury and one fatality

Teenagers in New Jersey and across the nation typically have more free time during summer months than they do when schools are in session. Many teens are licensed drivers, which means traffic may be heavier in the summer as well since young people often take to the road to go to the beach, sporting events, or enjoy other summer excursions. Sadly, this also means there may be more risk of personal injury when car accidents occur.

Study explores safety concerns for teen drivers with ADHD

For teens, there is perhaps no better feeling than securing a driver's license. That's because this laminated document issued by the State of New Jersey not only grants them the ability to drive themselves to school, practice, work and other obligations, but also relative autonomy.

Experts urge motorists to remain vigilant during Memorial Day weekend

At this very moment, workers across New Jersey are counting down the hours until the end of the workday and the start of the Memorial Day weekend. Indeed, while many are planning to stay close to home and enjoy time with family and friends, many others have their vehicles packed for a long weekend.

Did you know May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

In less than two weeks, people across the state of New Jersey will be heading to points both near and far for Memorial Day weekend. While most will be hitting the roads and highways in their car, truck or sport utility vehicle, still others will be going by motorcycle, anxious for the feel of the open road.

Is the 'textalyzer' coming to New Jersey?

There's no question that New Jersey and neighboring New York have some of the more stringent distracted driving laws in the nation, as all motorists are forbidden from texting or using a handheld electronic device while driving. Indeed, both states classify these as primary offenses, meaning law enforcement can pull over motorists solely for this conduct.

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