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“Golden Rule” Laws for Motorists in New Jersey

“Golden Rule” Laws for Motorists in New Jersey

Under N.J.S.A. 39:6A-4.5, there are certain motor vehicle and traffic regulations defined for motorists and motorcyclists in New Jersey. New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer Jerry Friedman defines these rules and explains how it can affect you as a driver in the...

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Seat Belt and Sidecar Laws in New Jersey

Seat Belt and Sidecar Laws in New Jersey

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Laws provide that automobiles must have seat belts. Since a motorcycle is not an automobile as defined under New Jersey motor vehicle laws, theres no need to have seat belts on your scooter. But what about sidecars? NJ motorcycle crash injury...

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What to Do after a Hit and Run Accident in New Jersey

What to Do after a Hit and Run Accident in New Jersey

Most of the time, if you’ve been in a collision, the other party stays at the scene so that you can exchange insurance information and wait for police or emergency services if there is a dispute or injury. But, on occasion, the other driver flees the scene. This...

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