Causes of Car Accidents in New Jersey

Our New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys Explain

Car accidents are the most common form of injuries and fatalities in the nation. Statistically, millions of people die each year in our nation from car accidents. What are the causes of car accidents? While some are caused by bad weather conditions, the highest percentage involve the recklessness of other motorists, such as drunk driving accidents, distracted or negligent driving, speeding and reckless driving, or fatigued vehicle operators. Distracted driving can also mean that a driver was engaging in actions such as texting while driving, or other activities that affect their ability to control their vehicle. Other causes could include defective auto products or a vehicle that has not been well maintained. Being involved in a car accident can be not only painful and traumatic, but it can also cost you lost income if you've been impaired physically and can no longer work.

You may be eligible for compensation for your:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of companionship

It is important to contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney as soon as you've been involved in a car accident so that you can get legal advice from a skilled advocate regarding your rights and options for compensation.

Consult with Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

At Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law, we have a team of experienced attorneys who will work with you to achieve the settlement that you deserve. We will do everything possible to defend your rights and will work with you by your side to help you through such a trying time. Although many safety standards, laws, and restrictions have been implemented in society, vehicle-related accidents and fatalities are continuously on the rise. Our New Jersey accident attorneys are familiar with insurance company tactics to lower what they are obligated to pay you, and our lawyers can negotiate for the compensation that will address all of the damages in your case.

For more information, please give us a call at (201) 870-1909 today.