Passaic County Car Accident Lawyers
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We’ve all seen it: you are driving on the highway and the driver in the car next to you is staring down at their cell phone instead of looking at the stretch of road in front of them. Or a car races past you, zigzagging in and out of lanes on the highway without signaling. This is the kind of negligent behavior that causes a car accident. And it happens every day on New Jersey’s roadways.
When an accident does occur — and it happens daily in the Garden State — we’ve got your back. The Passaic County car accident lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC fight to recover just and fair compensation for car accident victims. We have been helping New Jersey families since 1984, successfully holding negligent drivers accountable for their actions and protecting the rights of injured victims.
All car accident injury claims fall under the domain of personal injury law. Regardless of the specific type of car accident that took place, personal injury law protects anyone that has been harmed in an accident that was the result of negligence. The legal team at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC handles all kinds of New Jersey car accident claims, including any of the following:
Negligence must be proven in order to pursue a personal injury claim to recover damages.
Passaic County is home to major roadways that witness heavy traffic on a daily basis. Car accidents in the county are the result of several common causes including — but not limited to — the following:
If you or a loved one was in a car accident and you suffered an injury, speak with a knowledgeable New Jersey car accident attorney regarding your case.
Car accident victims that were hurt in accidents caused by negligence may recover compensation for their injuries and other losses. In filing a personal injury claim, the injured party seeks compensatory damages, which are intended to compensate the victim for the losses they sustained and restore them to the condition they were in prior to the car accident.
Compensatory damages may include any of the following losses and more:
To receive a free estimate on the amount of compensation you may be eligible to receive for your Passaic County car accident, schedule a free case evaluation with a car accident attorney at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our Passaic County car accident lawyers believe in getting results. Our team skillfully navigates the complexities of New Jersey car accident laws to recover the compensation that you deserve for your injuries and other losses. We are available for a free case evaluation and our car accident attorneys work on a contingency fee basis so you don’t pay a thing until we recover compensation for your car accident.
Schedule a confidential free consultation with one of our experienced car accident injury attorneys today.
Passaic County, New Jersey is part of the New York metropolitan region. This diverse community of 502,000 residents makes Passaic County the ninth most populous county in the Garden State. Passaic County sits near the northern edge of the state and is comprised of hilly areas and dozens of lakes. Passaic County is home to many major roadways including Interstate Route 287, I-80, and the Garden State Parkway. In 2019, there were 19,110 car accidents in Passaic County.
An ignition interlock device is a breathalyzer that is connected to a car’s engine. Located inside the vehicle, near the driver’s seat, the ignition interlock device measures the blood alcohol level of a driver. This device is designed to prevent a driver from operating the motor vehicle while impaired by requiring that the driver blows into a mouthpiece on the device in order to start or continue to operate the vehicle. A maximum blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is programmed into the device and if the breath alcohol concentration of the driver is greater than the amount allowed, the ignition interlock device prevents the car engine from starting.
Under New Jersey law, “it is considered a primary offense for a motorist to talk or text message with a hand-held wireless telephone or electronic communication device while driving”. Penalties for doing so are as follows: first offense brings a fine of $200-400; second offense brings a fine of $400-600; third or subsequent offense brings a fine of $600-800, three motor vehicle points on your drivers’ license, and a possible 90-day suspension of your drivers’ license.