It might be easy to become complacent while driving. Unfortunately, such complacency can cause a driver to be less diligent, potentially causing a car accident. In fact, a woman in New Jersey was transported to the hospital following a recent crash.
When most people visit a government building, they expect to complete their errand with relatively little excitement. However, that does not appear to be the case for multiple people visiting a Social Security office in New Jersey. Reports indicate that over 20 people suffered a personal injury when a driver crashed her car into the building.
Even the drivers who are most committed to following all traffic safety recommendations can become involved in motor vehicle accidents. Unfortunately, those who do not do so may be even more likely to cause a crash with significant consequences. In fact, police in New Jersey believe that alcohol was involved in a fatal accident that resulted in an arrest.
There are a variety of different ways to utilize New Jersey roadways lawfully that do not involve a traditional motor vehicle. As a car accident involving cars and trucks and less traditional users -- such as pedestrians and bicyclists -- can result in serious injuries, motorists must remain vigilant at all times. Unfortunately, police say that a recent incident resulted in a fatality.
There are a variety of different ways to legally utilize the roadways in the United States. For example, some people choose a bicycle as their preferred form of transportation. While it is legal to ride bikes on many New Jersey roads, the negligent behavior of drivers of motor vehicles could put bicyclists as risk. In fact, a recent fatal bike accident remains under investigation.
Truck drivers have difficult jobs. Often they are expected to put in long days and may sometimes face delays through no fault of their own. Unfortunately, a driver who is tired or distracted could cause a truck accident that has a significant impact on everyone involved. In fact, reports indicate that a recent accident in New Jersey injured seven people.
Many employers take steps to prevent workplace injuries, but even with these safety measures in place, accidents can still happen. An employer's response to a personal injury while on the job can make a big difference, both to the injured person's health and any legal consequences that may follow. Here are some tips for New Jersey employers when dealing with an employee who gets hurt on the job.