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Emergency worker killed in accident with driver in East Brunswick

When you have an accident, you know to call emergency services for help. When you do that, ambulances with emergency medical technicians will come to you, whether you're suffering from a health issue at home or in a car accident in the city.

How can you tell who is at fault for a motorcycle accident?

If you're in a motorcycle accident, you probably have a few questions about who is at fault and how you'll be compensated for the pain and suffering you have had to endure. The first thing that needs to be determined is who is responsible for the accident. To figure this out, police will reconstruct the accident when necessary, and witness testimonies and the reports of the drivers will be considered.

Get compensated for your occupational exposure illness

Occupational exposure is something that can lead to you suffering serious health consequences in your future or even in the present, depending on the exposure type. Occupational exposure is defined as being exposed to an occupational disease or medical condition due to the environment at a workplace. It's not the same as being hurt by crushing or cutting, instead, it refers to longer-term illnesses. For instance, prior to laws being in place to prevent asbestos of certain types, many people suffered lung conditions such as mesothelioma.

Does New Jersey have specific pedestrian traffic laws?

Since 2010, New Jersey has had revised traffic laws to help reduce the number of deadly pedestrian accidents taking place on the roadways. The 2010 change was the first time in over half a century that the rules for drivers and pedestrians had changed in the state.

Man paralyzed after car turns in front of his motorcycle

As a motorcyclist, you know that the roads are more dangerous for you than for other drivers. You take a risk every time you go to work or drive recreationally, because you aren't a large vehicle and may not be seen coming around corners or on highways if other drivers don't pay attention. What should be an easy commute could end badly if others aren't paying attention or don't notice you on your motorcycle. While you can be hurt badly, paralyzed or killed, you still will need to manage your medical bills and wages to survive.

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