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Who Is Liable if Road Debris Causes a Car Accident?

Road debris causes many car accidents every year. If you spend any time traveling, you will see debris lying on the side of the road. When debris is on the roadway and causes someone to crash, who is responsible? Whether you can hold someone, a company, or even a government entity responsible for injuries caused by debris in a road accident depends upon many things. Proving who is responsible for a road debris accident depends on negligence. Negligent actions have[…] Read More

What Should I Do if I Have a Back Injury From a Car Accident?

Suffering a back injury caused by a car accident is a common occurrence. A car crash can cause multiple injuries to one’s back, and many can be severe. Even minor fender benders can cause a catastrophic back injury. If another driver’s negligent actions have injured your back, there are steps that you should do after a car accident that will help your case. Immediately Seek Medical Treatment If you have back pain after a car crash, the sooner you see[…] Read More

Are Roundabouts Safer Than Standard Intersections?

Roundabouts are designed to replace intersections. Most drivers remember the first time they came into contact with a roundabout because navigating one can be particularly stressful. New Jersey drivers should know how to navigate a roundabout because there are currently 30 of them located throughout the state. Traffic circles, or roundabouts, have been used for many years worldwide. The first traffic circle used in a highway system was built in New Jersey in the 1920s. Roundabouts are much more common[…] Read More