How to value a wrongful death claim in NJ

October 20, 2020

Financial Impact vs Emotional Loss in Wrongful Death Cases Mercer County NJ In New Jersey, the value of a wrongful death claim is based on financial impact, and not on emotional loss. Coping with the death of a loved one can be so stressful and emotionally draining. You may be experiencing overwhelming grief and at


Reasonable Suspicion in DWI Cases

October 10, 2020

If you were stopped while driving safely, within the speed limit, and not breaking any traffic law, the police then would have no reasonable suspicion to justify a stop. Contact our Mercer County NJ Criminal Lawyers Today. Most cases of driving while intoxicated (DWI) begins when a police officer pulls a driver over on the road.


New Jersey Insurance Policy and the Disclosure Law

October 1, 2020

In March 2020, a bill passed the New Jersey Senate that may change the way that accident injury claims are handled, and liberate space from an otherwise clogged court system. The bill, S-2429, paves the way for those who have been injured in an accident that was not their fault to make informed decisions about


Young Male Pedestrian Killed in West Windsor NJ Auto Accident

September 29, 2020

The Auto Accident and Personal Injury Attorneys of KCR are here to assist you if injured in a Pedestrian Accident A young male, a pedestrian, had been walking in the left, northbound lane of Route 1 in West Windsor just after 11 p.m. when he was hit by a motor vehicle, according to the local


Determining Comparative Negligence in New Jersey Auto Accidents

September 17, 2020

There is a multitude of reasons that accidents happen. Negligence is often cited as one cause of automobile accidents. When one takes to the road, they run the risk of being in an accident. When accidents happen, they aren’t always a clear case of one responsible party and one guiltless victim. Especially given the rise


Aggressive Driving and Road Rage Laws in New Jersey

September 10, 2020

New Jersey is known for its bumper-to-bumper traffic, complicated roads, and intense often combative drivers. Trenton and Somerset NJ Attorneys Discuss.  Sometimes when congested highways and people who are in a hurry provide the perfect storm for road rage to rear its ugly head.  Road rage is not just offensive, it can be extremely dangerous,


High Level of Pedestrian Accidents on New Jersey Roads

September 3, 2020

New Jersey experiences a disproportionate number of pedestrian injuries and fatalities compared to the national average based on population rates. Pedestrians, bikers, and motorists all have the responsibility of sharing the road. Motorists need to watch for pedestrians and pedestrians need to watch for motorists – it is a two-way street! During the past several


Why is Preserving Evidence Important in a Personal Injury Case?

August 30, 2020

Preserving Evidence in a Car Accident Case Can be Crucial for a Successful and Complete Recovery of a Personal Injury Claim In a personal injury lawsuit following a car accident in New Jersey, the injured party bears the burden of proving that they sustained damages and detailing what those damages are. The amount of evidence


No-Fault Auto Insurance in New Jersey

August 15, 2020

Trenton Car Accident Attorneys discuss New Jersey’s “No-Fault” automobile insurance system, and what that could mean for you if you are in an accident. Regardless of how safe a driver you are, accidents happen. Especially in densely populated urban areas and states that have a high population relative to their size, such as New Jersey,