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How to Get a Police Report After a New Jersey Car Accident 

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After a car accident, police will arrive at the scene and complete a report. This is true for both minor accidents and accidents which cause excessive damage or severe injury. A police report can include details about the incident, who it involved, injuries sustained, and any citations written as a result. Documenting this information in …

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How to Calculate How Much Compensation Your Owed Following a Car Accident

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Federal estimates suggest more than 2 million U.S. drivers suffer injuries in car accidents each year. Another 35,000 plus people lose their lives. For car crash survivors and grieving family members, the damage they suffer can easily exceed millions of dollars. Have you suffered a serious injury due to a car accident that was not …

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7 Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident In New Jersey

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Your ability to recover compensation after a car accident may depend on your actions following the crash. It is important to hire an attorney as soon as possible after a crash to avoid making common mistakes. Depending on the type of mistake, you could jeopardize your ability to recover compensation for an injury or loss. …

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What to Do After a New Jersey Car Accident That Is Not Your Fault

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Car accidents are unexpected, and it’s easy to panic when you have been involved in one. Although no one can ever really be ready for a crash, you can familiarize yourself with the proper steps to take after a collision. Knowing what to do (and what not to do) after a New Jersey car accident …

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