Blog Posts in April, 2017

  • Teen Driver Accidents: Top Mistakes New Drivers Make

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    27 Apr. 2017

    Teens who obtain their driver’s license are just learning the rules of the road upon operating their vehicles. Unfortunately, they often make more mistakes than most drivers. Understanding what types of driving mistakes a teen driver most likely make can reduce your chances of experiencing a car accident involving young motorists. For teen drivers, knowing the common mistakes can reduce your ...
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  • Should I Sign the Medical Authorization Release?

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    19 Apr. 2017

    Suppose you were recently injured in a car accident in New Jersey. Soon, you can expect to receive paperwork in the mail from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Included in these documents is a paper titled “release” or “authorization,” and it will have a spot for your signature. What does this form do, and should you sign it? This authorization or release is ...
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  • How Long Does Whiplash Last?

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    12 Apr. 2017

    One of the most common injuries a person can suffer in a car accident is whiplash. This type of injury occurs when the head is jolted forward and snaps back or even severe sideways movements, damaging tendons and ligaments located in the neck. Common symptoms of a whiplash injury include: Neck pain and stiffness Loss of range of motion with neck movement Tenderness or pain in upper back, shoulder, ...
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  • What Should I Ask My Doctor After a Car Accident?

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    5 Apr. 2017

    Whether you suffered minor injuries or more serious ones, one of the most important things to do immediately after a car accident is to see a doctor. Sometimes symptoms of certain injuries are not immediately apparent and may become worse over time. When you come in for a visit, it is in your best interest to tell your doctor everything about the accident, as well as ask him or her questions ...
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