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N.J. Jury Convicts Driver of Vehicular Homicide for Texting Behind the Wheel

Guilty Verdict for NJ Resident On November 22, 2019, a Monmouth County jury returned a guilty verdict, convicting Alexandra Mansonet, 50, of vehicular homicide for the death of a pedestrian. Driver Kills Pedestrian in Collision Yuwen Wang, 39, was killed in an accident that occurred on September 28, 2016, when she was hit while crossing the street. The vehicle that…

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Penalties Change for First-Time DUI Offenders in NJ

Changes to DUI Law in NJ The holiday season is upon us, which means there will be plenty of opportunities to attend Christmas, New Years and other parties soon. As always, it’s important to remain safe if you plan on driving during the holiday season. Alcohol-related accidents tend to increase during the holidays, but many of those who get arrested…

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Issues That Arise in DUI Charges Resulting in a Death

DUI Charges A DUI charge involving a death is among one of the most devastating kinds of charge to exist. Families are destroyed on both sides of the situation and there are a multitude of challenges that will be faced once the case begins. From fines to prison sentences, there are a series of sentencing alternatives that can occur for…

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What Are the Elements of Negligence?

Negligence and Personal Injury Negligence is defined as the failure to take proper care when completing an action. Negligence is the cause of many personal injury cases. If you were injured at the fault of another person, your personal injury lawyer will work to identify the four important elements of negligence. Four Important Elements of Negligence in a Personal Injury…

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What to Do After a Personal Injury

Sustaining a Personal Injury in New Jersey The moments following a personal injury can be overwhelming. You might be rushed to the nearest hospital while still trying to figure out what happened. From here, you will begin receiving medical bills and the police may want an official report of what happened. The steps that you take following a personal injury…

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