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January 2013 Archives

One fatality in Bernards, New Jersey car collision

Auto accidents in Newark and Essex County, New Jersey, have claimed many lives throughout the years. Some of the drivers and passengers involved walked away with injuries that altered their once normal lives. A car accident can be caused by a number of different factors including drunk driving, distracted driving and failure to comply with traffic rules and regulations.

Seven hurt at construction site possibly entitled to compensation

Construction work in Essex County, New Jersey, is on the rise, showing signs that the state is recovering from last year's economic troubles. The rise in construction makes it easier for construction workers to find work within the county and the larger tri-state area. However, with the rise in construction work, more people are at risk of getting hurt on the job.

New Jersey pedestrian sustains injuries following mishap

Pedestrians struck by motor vehicles often sustain serious injuries. Pedestrians have little protection compared with those who are inside the vehicle. Recently in Gloucester Township, a man was walking near Eighth Avenue and Black Horse Pike when he was struck by a vehicle. The pedestrian suffered head trauma and was sent to Cooper Hospital.

New Jersey truck accident kills 3 family members and dog

Two days after Christmas, a truck accident in Mount Laurel claimed the lives of three members of a family and their dog. The incident happened on the southbound lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike when a tractor-trailer rear-ended the family's car.

Pet sitter injured due to dog bite in New Jersey

When New Jersey families decide to spend some time out of town, they often worry about the welfare of their pets. Pet owners may be troubled by who is going to take care of their beloved dogs while they are on vacation. When this situation happens, pet sitters can be hired to care for the pets in their own homes. However, because pet sitters can be considered as strangers to the pet, the caretakers are sometimes victims of animal attacks or dog bites.

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