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Category Archive: Car Accidents

  • Flu-Like Symptoms After a Car Accident

    Many types of car accidents, including rear-end accidents, head-on collisions, and roll-over accidents, result in severe injuries and fatalities. Sometimes, a minor collision can cause life-altering and hidden injuries. Signs of an external injury, like a broken arm, are immediately visible. However, symptoms of particular injuries are delayed and appear days or weeks after the injury. A flu-like symptom like fever is an indicator of a severe injury. Even if an accident occurred during a cold season, you shouldn't ignore flu-like symptoms like a read more
  • What Happens After a Car Accident That Is Your Fault?

    Car accidents are an unfortunate reality on our roads. No matter how careful and responsible a driver you are, accidents can still happen. And sometimes, you may find yourself at fault for the accident. It's important to understand what happens after a car accident that is your fault, especially in New Jersey, where specific laws apply. No matter who is to blame for a crash, if you have injuries, never hesitate to consult a New Jersey car accident attorney.

    NJ is a No-Fault State

    New Jersey operates under a no-fault insurance system, which read more
  • How Long After a Car Accident Can Injuries Appear?

    Car accidents regularly lead to various physical injuries. Some injuries are immediately apparent, and you know you need emergency treatment. However, other injuries may not show up until hours, days, or even weeks after the accident. It's important to understand that the onset of symptoms can vary greatly from person to person. Dealing with and proving delayed injuries can be challenging. If you or someone you know has been in a car accident in New Jersey, always consult with a skilled car accident lawyer from Varcadipane & Pinnisi, PC. We can read more
  • Booster Seat Requirements in New Jersey

    According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), booster seats reduce the risk of severe injury by 45% for children aged 4-8 compared to the exclusive use of seat belts. While booster seats are a relatively new development over the past decades, they have improved child safety on the roads substantially. Despite a booster seat’s role in improving child safety, manufacturer defects can expose children to the risk of severe injuries. Independent testing and investigations have also found that booster seats can lead to read more
  • How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim Injury?

    The timeframe for claiming injury after a car accident is based on the statute of limitations in your specific location. This law establishes the deadline for filing a legal claim in court, and missing it can significantly hinder your ability to seek recovery. Additionally, the type of claim also determines the statute of limitations, such as bodily harm or property damage. Usually, ensuring adherence to deadlines may not be easy for someone without a legal background. We recommend hiring a New Jersey car accident lawyer as soon as possible to assist read more
  • What Happens If Someone Else Is Driving My Car And Gets In An Accident?

    Many car accident cases can be surprisingly complicated, as they can involve a web of insurance policies and parties. One scenario that can get challenging is when someone else is driving your car and gets in an accident, whether it is their fault or not. It is always important to have help from a New Jersey car accident lawyer from Varcadipane & Pinnisi, PC, in these types of situations.

    What If Someone Else Drove Your Car And Crashed It?

    If someone else drove your vehicle and was involved in an accident, two factors usually determine read more
  • How Much Is a Speeding Ticket 30 Miles Over?

    Excessive Speeding and Accidents: What You Should Know

    We live in a world where time is of the essence. Unfortunately, people don’t think about the consequences of speeding until they are pulled over and issued a citation or get into an accident. A lot of accidents and fatalities result from speeding, so lawmakers make sure guilty drivers are fined and punished accordingly. For 2020, the total number of car crashes recorded by the New Jersey Department of Transportation totaled 190,783.

    “Put the Brake on Fatalities”

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  • SUV vs. Sedan Safety 

    Every day, there are millions of cars on the roads in New Jersey. Within this highly-populated state where commuters rely on their vehicles for transportation, it is common for accidents to happen. For this reason, many people look for advanced safety features when considering the purchase of a new vehicle.  With all of the cars on the market, one of the first questions that comes up when buying a car is whether an SUV or a sedan is a safer option. In either case, an accident might still cause injuries, and you should never hesitate to contact a car read more

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