In 2011, Bergen County, NJ had the highest number of injury crashes in the state. At 6,877 injurious accidents, Bergen County was the clear “winner.”
Other contenders in 2011 for the Most Car Accidents in New Jersey Award included:
- Essex County—6,400
- Middlesex County—6,149
- Union County—4,373
- Monmouth County—4,350
- Camden County—4,219
The numbers shown here only represent accidents in which there were injuries—no deaths. They also exclude accidents that caused only vehicular damage.
Don’t Be Left Holding the Bill After Your Bergen County, NJ Car Accident
If you are one of the thousands that will be hurt in a Bergen County car crash this year, know that you are most certainly not alone, and that you have options.
Every day, our Bergen County personal injury attorneys fight for the rights of accident victims. We want to ensure that you and your family are taken care of—and not just now, but in the future as well.
It can be very difficult to determine if the insurance company is offering you a fair deal. Looking at the numbers, it’s tempting to accept the offer, to move on with your life. But too often, accident victims find that the sum of money they receive is not enough to pay for expenses related to a car accident, such as:
- Hospital bills
- Future accident-related medical procedures
- Ongoing therapy
- Property damage
- Loss of income
- Limited earning capacity
- Adaptive devices (e.g. wheelchairs, home and vehicle modifications)
Those who have signed an offer of compensation from the insurance company don’t have many options. They are left without the money they need and have little power to do anything about it.
This is why our Bergen County car accident lawyers insist that you never sign anything without the advice of an effective attorney. Don’t fall for the insurance company’s tricks and traps. Call 800.860.5801 and schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced, aggressive, NJ personal injury attorneys. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain.