New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys
Accidents involving cars, motorcycles, trucks, and buses are unfortunately very common, especially in such populated places like New Jersey. The lawyers at the Rinaldo Law Group are familiar with motor vehicle accident cases and have demonstrated success in helping clients receive the compensation they deserve.
The causes of motor vehicle accidents can sometimes be unavoidable, but in most cases, these accidents could have been prevented, if it were not for another driver’s negligence. In addition, vehicle manufacturers or service facilities can be held liable for defective products or negligence, as well as state, county, and local municipalities for failing to ensure safe road conditions and traffic signals.
It is important to consult with an experienced New Jersey motor vehicle accident lawyer if you have been involved in an accident. The attorneys at Rinaldo Law Group, LLC will review your case thoroughly and with care in order to account for all of the relevant facts of your case and help you reach the most beneficial outcome. To schedule a consultation, please call 1-833-RINALDO or fill out our contact form.
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Auto accidents are the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of thirty-four and cause a total of more than 40,000 deaths per year. Almost everyone is likely to be involved in an auto accident at least once in a lifetime.
Most motorcycle accidents occur between a motorcycle and another moving vehicle, usually where the front of the motorcycle strikes the other vehicle. Other accidents involve a motorist colliding with a stationary object.
Bus Accident Law falls under common carrier law, because buses offer transportation services to people as part of a business. A common carrier is an individual or business that transports people, goods, or services for a fee, and offers its services to the general public under license or authority provided by a regulatory governmental body.
Statistics show that between the years of 1996 and 2000 there were nearly 400 truck accident related deaths in New Jersey – a relatively high figure compared to states such as Hawaii with only 23 deaths in the same period. The size and weight of a truck make it far more likely to cause serious or fatal injuries in the event of an accident.