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Who Is At Fault For Accidents Involving Student Drivers?

Car accidents can be caused by drivers of any age group, but a large number of crashes per year are due by teenagers. This is because young drivers are inexperienced and therefore are more likely to panic in situations where they don't know what to do. Some auto collisions in our state are caused by student drivers who are just learning how to drive.

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What Are The Most Common Mistakes When Filing A Car Accident Claim In NJ?

New Jersey is a no-fault state for car accidents, meaning your own auto insurance is responsible for covering your damages after an accident, no matter who caused it. However, there are some instances where injured victims are eligible for compensation when an accident is due to another driver's negligence. In court, negligence is when someone fails their civic duty to prevent harm to others.

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How Can I Avoid Driving Hazards This Winter In New Jersey?

If you've driven in New Jersey during the winter, you've probably come across inclement weather from time to time. Many drivers worry about the increased possibility of getting into a car accident when there's snow and ice on the roads. No need to panic because there are plenty of precautions you may take to avoid these dangerous winter driving hazards.

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How Is a Settlement Different from a Verdict?

Put simply, your personal injury claim will either conclude with a settlement or a verdict. The outcome will depend largely on how well you and the other party can negotiate. Continue reading to learn the difference between the two and how an experienced personal injury lawyer Clinton New Jersey at the Law Office of Craig M.

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