Evidence Needed to Prove Fault in a Car Accident

Car Crash Statistics Statistics make it clear that an overwhelming 94 to 96 percent of all vehicle collisions are directly caused by human error. When such an accident occurs, there will likely be a financial loss for one or both parties. According to the law, the person who was at…READ MORE

Evidence to Collect After a Car Accident

Car Accident Statistics Experts estimate that everyone will experience a car accident about once every ten years. These common occurrences are way more expensive than you’d think, even the minor ones. The average car accident settlement ranges from around $14,000 to $28,000. More severe collisions are even more expensive.  Much…READ MORE

Can I Be Injured by a Seat Belt?

Statistics on Seat Belt Use and Preventative Measures The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that over half (55 percent) of individuals who were killed in car accidents throughout 2008 weren’t wearing their seat belt. In response, multiple national campaigns have been launched and laws have been put into…READ MORE

Contacting Your Insurance Company After a Crash

Overview of Car Accidents Statistically, all drivers are likely to get involved in a car accident about once every ten years. Do you know the do’s and don’ts of contacting your insurance provider after a crash? Keep reading to get a better understanding of this important topic. When Should I…READ MORE

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Overview of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy When people accrue debt in an amount that significantly outweighs their income or earning capacity, they may consider filing for bankruptcy. While filing for bankruptcy may not be an ideal scenario, depending upon which chapter of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code the bankruptcy petition is filed…READ MORE

Ways You Can Prove Fault in a Car Accident

Car Accidents When people get into car accidents, one or both of the following result: (1) property damage to vehicles and (2) injury to one or more people involved. Because both outcomes typically require substantial amounts of money be doled out to fix or heal the harm caused, there are…READ MORE

Common Causes of New Jersey Automobile Accidents

Automobile accidents can be a result of any number of factors: weather, equipment failure, speed, unfamiliarity with the road. However, there are many other accidents that occur on New Jersey’s roads and highways that are not so seemingly innocuous; rather, they are a result of the negligent actions of another…READ MORE

Common Questions About Bankruptcy in New Jersey

If you find yourself in serious debt with no foreseeable way out, you can find yourself feeling very “doom and gloom.” Luckily, there are options for people who are seriously financially suffering to escape the endless spiral of interest and debt payments. Bankruptcy is available to most individuals in order…READ MORE

New Jersey Car Accidents and Police Reports

If you find yourself in a New Jersey car accident, you are usually required by law to have a police report filed. The only situations in which this is not the case is when there were no injuries, deaths, or property damage beyond $500. These reports will be generated by…READ MORE