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The New Jersey area is dangerous for pedestrians

Do you live in New Jersey? Do you find yourself spending a lot of time in New York City? As you know, big cities, including the Big Apple, are dangerous places for pedestrians. This doesn't mean you should avoid walking in these areas, but you definitely need to pay close attention to what is going on around you.

The majority of pedestrian accidents take place on city streets, due in large part to the number of people and vehicles in the area. All it takes is one person to make one mistake and an accident can happen.

Since many people in New Jersey and New York do not own a car, due to a shortage of parking and lots of traffic, they take to the sidewalks to get from one point to the next.

When people are injured in pedestrian accidents, they must receive medical attention without delay. From there, they can learn more about their rights and how to receive compensation for injuries. For example, most medical bills are covered by no-fault insurance.

Any pedestrian accident, regardless of how fast the vehicle was moving, can lead to serious injury or death. This is the result of the pedestrian not having any protection against the vehicle.

New Jersey and New York are known for being home to many pedestrians. Those who walk regularly need to know what they can do to avoid trouble. If individuals are struck by motor vehicles, they may want to collect information related to their legal rights. Our website is full of such advice.

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