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Erratic Driver Hits 2 Vehicles, Kills Pedestrian

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Motorists on New Jersey roadways have a duty to look out for the safety of others. This means they should not engage in reckless behavior such as speeding, running stop signs and stop lights, and hitting other vehicles or pedestrians. A pedestrian was killed when a reckless driver went out of control in Cape… Read More »

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Pedestrian Deaths On The Rise

By Michael P. Burakoff |

With so many cities focusing on becoming friendlier for pedestrians and bicyclists, you would assume that these accidents and fatalities would decrease. But the truth is that the opposite has occurred. In 2020, shortly after COVID started ravaging the world, fatal pedestrian accidents started to spike. Pedestrian deaths were up by 21%. Two years… Read More »

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New Jersey’s New Safe Passing Law

By Michael P. Burakoff |

It seemed as though people didn’t travel as much in 2020 due to COVID restrictions. People were quarantined and many were laid off or forced to work remotely, so they spent a lot of time at home. If people weren’t driving as much in New Jersey, the statistics sure didn’t reflect that. Fatal car… Read More »

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How is Liability Determined in Morristown Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey?

By Michael P. Burakoff |

New Jersey is officially the most densely populated state in the nation. Unsurprisingly, this fact alone contributes to the high number of pedestrian accidents and fatalities in New Jersey. Each year, more than 160 pedestrians die in vehicle crashes across the state, accounting for nearly 30% of all traffic deaths in New Jersey. Accidents… Read More »

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