Motor Vehicle Accidents Information Center
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accidents Attorney
New Jersey has the most cars per square mile of any other state in the Union. When those cars collide, the resulting injuries can range from the mild and temporary to severe and permanent. Too often, they are deadly.
I'm Francis M. Smith, founder of The Law Office of Francis M. Smith, Esq.. If you need help recovering the compensation you need, I can help. Call 908-233-5800 or contact my office online for help with:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Rollover Accidents
- Pedestrian Injuries
- Bicycle Accidents
- Automobile Accidents
I can handle injuries of all kinds. Call today for a free consultation!
They may be called accidents, but not all motor vehicle collisions are truly accidental. There are many circumstances that can cause a motor vehicle accident (and countless more excuses!). If you've been in a motor vehicle accident (MVA), don't assume for a moment that the insurance carrier will act in your best interests, even if the other driver is 100% at fault. More on that later. << More >>
NJ drivers may recover compensation for injuries and damages from car accidents, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents << More >>
When you make an auto insurance claim, you must proceed with care if you hope to avoid a less than desirable (or awful!) outcome. Your actions or inaction may impact the amount of compensation or medical assistance you receive, or even whether you receive anything at all! << More >>
In New Jersey, state law requires that you carry Uninsured Motorist Coverage with the following minimum coverage amounts:
- $15,000 for injuries suffered by a single person in the accident;
- $30,000 for injuries suffered by all those injured in the accident;
- $5,000 for property damage caused by the accident.
Most of us have the good sense to protect ourselves with more of this coverage which MUST be made available to you. << More >>
No-fault automobile insurance provides coverage if you are involved in a motor vehicle accident regardless of who was at fault. You might be surprised to discover that statement may be the only simple thing about no-fault insurance. New Jersey is a "no-fault" jurisdiction which means that it has specific statutory and regulatory requirements and limits regarding when, how much and for how long an individual injured in a motor vehicle accident (MVA) may be entitled to benefits resulting from that accident. << More >>
What you do after a motor vehicle accident, both in the immediate aftermath and during the weeks and perhaps even months that follow, will have consequences and may impact you for a long, long time.
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If I am rear-ended but there's really no damage to either car and it doesn't seem like I'm hurt, do I even need to bother going through the hassle of exchanging information with the other driver or can I just drive away?
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