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Can I File A Car Accident Claim for A Minor Incident?

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Can I File A Car Accident Claim for A Minor Incident?

Even a minor car accident can cause damage to your car that must be repaired. If you have been involved in a minor accident, you may wonder whether or not it is possible to file a claim to cover the costs of repairing your car. There are a number of factors you must weigh prior… Read More »

How Long Does it Take to Process a Car Accident Claim?

When you have been involved in a car accident in Monmouth County or Ocean County, it is understandable that you want to settle your claim as soon as possible. The amount of time it takes to resolve a car accident claim depends on several factors, including whether one party files a personal injury lawsuit. Car… Read More »

If Multiple Cars Are in An Accident, Who is To Blame?

If you are in a car accident that involves three or more cars, determining the amount of blame for each driver can get complicated. In the majority of car accidents of this nature, the driver who is at the back of the collision started the chain reaction and is, therefore, at fault. The drivers of… Read More »

The Benefits of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer After a Car Accident

Even a minor car accident is a traumatic experience. If you have been in a collision, you may have suffered physical, emotional or mental injuries. Perhaps you had to go to the doctor or visit a hospital to receive treatment for an injury sustained during a car accident. You have the right to file a… Read More »

What New Jersey's No-Fault Law Means for Car Crash Victims

Roads and highways in New Jersey are packed with commuter traffic, trucks and out-of-state visitors. As the most densely populated state, New Jersey has more than its fair share of traffic, which means that in-state drivers have a higher-than-average risk of being involved in a car accident. New Jersey is one of several states to… Read More »