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  • New State Legislation Aimed at Teen Drivers, Fewer Car Accidents

    November 02, 2010

    Our immediately preceding blog post noted that New Jersey teens are, when compared with their peers nationally, involved in comparatively fewer car accidents and, in fact, have the lowest traffic fatality rate among teenagers in the United States. The subject matter discussed during a press conference held in late October by Assemblyman John Wisniewski and […]

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  • New Jersey’s Teen Driving Restrictions Paying Dividends

    October 28, 2010

    If some New Jersey parents feel that they have been hearing excessive grumbling from their teenage drivers over the past several years concerning what they view as onerous restrictions on their ability to drive, they can now respond with statistics from a recent CDC study on fatal accidents involving teenage drivers across the country. The […]

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  • NJ Supreme Court Hears, Sends Back Slip/Fall Case to Lower Court

    October 26, 2010

    After almost seven years, Raymond Marcinczyk’s law suit against the Somerset Police Academy, Raritan Valley Community College, Somerset County and academy administrators is still alive, and has now been ordered by the New Jersey Supreme Court to be reconsidered by the state’s Appellate Division. Marcinczyk was a recruit in the academy’s training program at the […]

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  • Google Busy Working on the Future with Robot Cars

    October 21, 2010

    People used to dream about this stuff. Now a large number of California drivers are looking out their windows and seeing in dramatic style a scientific vision made manifest on state roadways – robot cars. Google robot cars, to be precise. Seven of them, hitting the pavement from the Bay Area to Los Angeles. Over […]

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  • Local Motorists Cite Deteriorating, Dangerous Roads

    October 19, 2010

    In a recent letter to Governor Chris Christie concerning route 208, a New Jersey resident complained bitterly about the condition of roads in the state. “The sight is horrible,” the writer complained. “This is the ‘Garden State.’ At this exit, it looks like the ‘Dump State.’” So far this year, Bergen and Passaic county motorists […]

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  • Passenger Vans Suffer Safety Criticisms, Face Class-Action Suit

    October 15, 2010

    Fifteen-passenger vans have suffered years of scathing criticism from U.S. government and private safety groups for their propensity to lose stability when fully loaded and their high rate of rollovers when compared to other vehicles. They are now being similarly censured in Canada, with one woman – who lost a son when the Ford E-Series […]

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  • Recent Truck Explosion Photo Highlights Driving Footwear

    October 13, 2010

    The recent photograph of a Texas trucker walking on the shoulder of Route 80 near Elmwood Park as his rig is engulfed in flames behind him has garnered considerable press interest for something other than the spectacular truck explosion itself: the flip flops he is wearing. To many viewers, they seem decidedly flimsy and out […]

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  • NJ Drivers, Deer and Motor Vehicle Accidents

    October 08, 2010

    The following subject matter is certainly not something we would have readily envisioned writing about when we first began our blog posts. Given, though, that we seek to write about stories that are timely and relevant to our practice areas – as well as informative and useful to our audience – we follow a story […]

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  • State Supreme Court Takes DWI Accident Case on Appeal

    October 06, 2010

    A motorcyclist who ran a red light, struck a car and was seriously injured in a DWI-related accident after leaving a Toms River restaurant in November 2006 with a blood-alcohol content nearly 2 ½ times over the New Jersey legal limit is now the central player in a case before the state’s Supreme Court. The […]

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  • Not True, But Speed Trap Title Resonates in Mahwah

    October 01, 2010

    Even if the claim is bogus, the township of Mahwah will take it, convinced that the tag will encourage safe driving and reduce motor vehicle accidents. A driving-rights group, the National Motorists Association (“NMA”), has just labeled Mahwah the “worst speed trap” in New Jersey, although, in fact, hard numbers reveal that it doesn’t’ even […]

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