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Government reports decrease in fatal car and pedestrian accidents

Car and pedestrian accidents are among some of the most serious of all motor vehicle accidents and often result in those pedestrians impacted suffering debilitating or fatal injuries. In 1975, a reported 7,516 pedestrians were killed in U.S. traffic-related accidents. Since that year, the number of annual pedestrian deaths steadily decreased until 2009, when pedestrian fatalities began to increase.

Bergen County jury awards $1M to woman injured in car accident

Even the best drivers can be involved in a car accident. In addition to ensuring they abide by all traffic laws, drivers must also be aware of the whereabouts and actions of other motor vehicles and pedestrians. In some cases, a driver is unable to take evasive actions to prevent being involved and injured in a crash or collision. This was the case for a Weehawken woman who was involved in a 2011 motor vehicle accident that left her with multiple and painful injuries.

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