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

Photo of a San Jose Head-on Collision

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

Lesser-Known Truck Accident Trends

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 after a car accident that is not your fault can help …

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The Real Story Behind the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case

McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case

Like most people, you’ve probably heard about the lady who sued McDonalds and won millions because her coffee was too hot.  The perfect example of a greedy individual taking advantage of a broken system, right?  I mean that’s what the news reported?  Right?  What if I told you that everything you thought you knew about …

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5 Questions to Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney

Questions to ask your personal injury lawyer

5 Questions to Ask Your Personal Injury Lawyer Have you been injured in an auto accident or other type of accident? If you’re feeling overwhelmed after an accident, or you are wondering what to do next, then it’s important to know you’re not alone. Personal injuries come out of nowhere, compromising your health and relegating you …

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Labor Day Travel Safety Tips for the Holiday Weekend

Labor Day Weekend is an extremely dangerous time of year for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Only Memorial Day Weekend has more fatal car accidents each year. During the holiday weekend, there is an increase in long-distance travelers, traffic density and drunk driving. These factors increase the risk of car accident injuries and fatalities. Labor Day …

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