What to do After a Car Accident in New Jersey

Proving fault after an auto accident can sometimes be a difficult task.  If you have been involved in an auto collision, you should try to take each of the following steps, if possible, in order to protect your health and to ensure that you are compensated for your injuries. 1. Pull Over and Call 911 […]

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Am I Legally Entitled to Bring a Law Suit?

New Jersey’s Verbal Threshold: Can You Sue for Injuries After a Car Accident in New Jersey? Pursuant to New Jersey’s Automobile Insurance Cost Reduction Act (AICRA), those purchasing car insurance policies have the option of choosing between the No Limitation on Lawsuit (also known as Zero Threshold) and the Limitation on Lawsuit (also known as […]

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The 11 Exceptions to the Verbal Threshold in New Jersey

An Attempt to Limit Litigation over Motor Vehicle Accidents in New Jersey In an attempt to limit litigation over motor vehicle accidents, in 1998, New Jersey enacted the Automobile Insurance Cost Reduction Act (AICRA).  Specifically, AICRA intended to limit the right of car accident victims to sue for pain and suffering damages. There are, however, […]

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