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In car accident cases, insurance companies must determine fault so that they can decide who is responsible for paying the damages associated with the crash. Every state in the U.S. has its own method of apportioning fault after a car accident. New Jersey law uses a modified comparative negligence model to apportion responsibility after an…

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Car accidents are the leading cause of accidental deaths of teenagers in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That frightening fact is being dealt with in a unique way in Texas, where a select group of teens took a supplemental driver’s education course that dealt with the realities of…

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The New Jersey Turnpike has been open for nearly seven decades. It stretches 122 miles, from Salem County in the South to Fort Lee in the North. There is often heavy traffic on the Turnpike because of the interconnection between heavily populated areas. One of the busiest toll roads in the United States, with over…

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With fall almost upon us, the leaves have begun to change colors – beautiful red, yellow, and orange leaves eventually turn brown and fall to the ground. And while the process proves quitebeautiful, we eventually find them scattered across our sidewalks and lawns, creating a risk of slip and fall accidents. In such cases, the…

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A new international study published by the Society for Risk Analysis has found that females are more likely than males to engage in distracted driving. The study, “Should I text or call here?” also found that drivers who are more experienced are less likely to engage in distracted driving. “More experienced” does not necessarily mean…

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A school bus accident that fatally injured a New Jersey fifth grader and her teacher last May has put a new focus on school bus safety. Ten-year-old Miranda Vargas and her 51-year-old teacher were fatally injured when the driver of their school bus made an illegal turn off of a busy highway and collided with…

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Every year, more than 250,000 children are seriously injured by unsafe toys. The majority of these victims are boys, and more than 60 percent are younger than 15 years old. Although most toys sold in the United States are relatively safe, when a child you know is harmed, it can be devastating. A defective toy…

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