In New Jersey, workers' compensation covers medical benefits, temporary total benefits and permanent and partial benefits. If a worker dies while on the job as a result of their employment, then workers' compensation also provides benefits to the workers' family.
You've been victimized by a negligent driver in New Jersey, and now you have a question. If he wasn't drunk, didn't spend time looking at his phone and wasn't speeding, can you hold him accountable for his negligence? If he was sleep deprived, the answer is probably yes.
When you're in an accident in New Jersey, your first thought isn't going to be to ask for the other driver's information or even to worry about your car. You'll likely think about whether or not your passengers are okay and if you or the other driver have injuries to attend to. In some cases, you may not even be awake thanks to the impact.
In New Jersey, 2014 was a year of growing issues related to pedestrian injuries and deaths. The New Jersey State Police have reported a dramatic increase in the number of pedestrian fatalities since 2013, which has been called, "alarming."