Motorcycle Safety Awareness

The warm spring weather initiates motorcyclists to traverse the roadways. For this reason, it is important that all motorists and pedestrians spread awareness about motorcycle safety to prevent motorcycle accidents that are often deadly. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2018, 4,985 motorcyclists were killed, which is a five percent decrease from previous years. The NHTSA also states that motorcyclists are 28 times more likely to die in an accident compared to other motorists. Therefore, it[…] Read More

Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey

Warmer weather and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have increased the number of pedestrians on sidewalks and roadways. Due to New Jersey’s shelter in place order, many people take time out of their day to walk outside and get some fresh air. Walks are a great way to exercise and get out of the house without compromising your health. Despite the benefits of walking, pedestrian accidents can still occur and cause severe injuries or death. Accidents can happen in many ways[…] Read More

Teaching Teenagers About the Dangers of Distracted Driving

For teenagers, passing their drivers test is an exciting time in their lives. Unfortunately, this excitement can lead to car accidents due to distractions while driving. It is important to teach your teenage drivers about how to be safe on the road to minimize the number of distracted driving accidents that occur. Teenagers are notoriously more distracted while driving due to the over-stimulated world we live in. Having to focus on the road is difficult for teenagers and younger drivers[…] Read More