Pedestrian Accidents

Why Larger Vehicles Are More Dangerous to Pedestrians

by Ed Rebenack, Esq. Why SUVs and Pickups Pose an Added Danger to Pedestrians According to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), nearly 55,000 pedestrians were injured in motor vehicle accidents in 20...

The Dangers Associated With E-scooters and Pedestrians

by Craig Aronow, Esq. The Growing Dangers That E-scooters Pose to Pedestrians Major cities, tourist destinations and other areas with high foot traffic have become hotbeds for sidewalk injuries as more e-scooter rental stati...

Bigger Pickup Trucks – Smaller Safety Margins – Pedestrians at Risk

by Craig M. Aronow, Esq. Supersize Pickup Trucks Put Pedestrians at Higher Risk for Injuries U.S. pickup truck sales have eclipsed auto sales for several years running, and as more and more Americans step up into the driver�...

What if I have to pay for household help after a car accident?

In a typical auto accident there are two primary types of damages that an accident victim may be entitled to recover: non-economic and economic damages. "Economic damages" are those damages that compensate a victim for the financial impac...

Who pays my medical bills after a car accident?

New Jersey is a no-fault auto insurance state. This means that regardless of fault, if you are injured in a car accident your insurance company should pay your medical bills. We say "should" because insurance companies are in the business...

New Jersey Legislator Seeks to Ban Texting by Pedestrians

A New Jersey Assemblywoman has introduced a bill that would make it illegal for people to send text messages while walking on sidewalks, in crosswalks or in proximity to roadways or parking areas. Pamela Lampitt told fellow legislators sh...

$100,000 Pedestrian Crossing Settlement

Edward Rebenack settled a case towards the end of March, 2016, for $100,000. The client was a pedestrian crossing an intersection in Newark, NJ, within the crosswalk. Despite the client’s right of way, a vehicle entered an intersectio...

Attorney Ed Rebenack Represents One of the Victims Struck by New Brunswick Fire Director Robert Rawls

NEW BRUNSWICK – The three children who were struck by an SUV driven by the city’s fire director almost two years ago have filed suit against him in Middlesex County Superior Court. Read More –>...

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