Recent Posts in Auto Insurance Category

  • Filing an Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Claim in New Jersey

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    10 Jul. 2019

    When you purchase automobile insurance, the insurance agent will bring up Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist coverage. What are these coverages and why are they necessary? Uninsured Motorist coverage is utilized when the other vehicle has no coverage at all. Underinsured Motorist coverage is used when the other vehicle has automobile insurance, but the other person’s insurance policy limit ...
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  • Your Legal Options in a Pedestrian Accident

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    1 Aug. 2018

    For most adults, they go back and forth between being a driver and a pedestrian every day. The problem is that when you’re a pedestrian, you’re no longer protected by thousands of pounds of steel. Instead, you’re vulnerable and if you’re hit by a motor vehicle, you know that the car or truck is going to win. If you are hit by a car while you’re a pedestrian, your ...
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  • Is New Jersey a No-Fault Auto Insurance State?

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    21 May. 2018

    If you were recently injured in a car accident in New Jersey, it will be helpful for you to understand how the state handles car accident claims. In the United States, we have what are called no-fault insurance states and at-fault insurance states. Which type is New Jersey and what does it mean to car accident victims (plaintiffs)? New Jersey is a No-Fault State New Jersey is a no-fault insurance ...
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  • Factors that Affect Insurance Rates

    Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

    10 May. 2018

    Most New Jersey drivers know a thing or two about their auto insurance rates. They know that if they get a moving violation for speeding, running a red light, or passing a stopped school bus, their auto insurance will go up. They know that if they are convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI), their insurance will skyrocket. They also know that young, newly-licensed teenage drivers cost more to ...
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