Being involved in a car accident might seem to be an impossibility for many in Toms River. Most may trust that their own solid driving skills (which may include defensive driving techniques) will help to avoid collisions. While there may be logic in that line of thinking, it should also be remembered that people cannot control the actions of others, and all it may take is a slight show of negligence by one person on the road to cause an accident that ultimately involves multiple people.
According to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll, 53 percent of adults report they or someone in their household has a pre-existing condition. Unfortunately, workers' compensation can be denied to employees who need it the most. If your pre-existing condition is aggravated at work, you may struggle with pain and suffering, medical bills and other issues: Are you able to be compensated?
Construction work is a dangerous job in New Jersey. In fact, it ranked as the second-most-deadly job in the state in 2016, according to news site NJ.com. Some 177 construction workers were killed on the job that year, with drivers of heavy trucks and tractor-trailer trucks the only category with a higher fatality rate, 250. In comparison, the third-most-dangerous occupation was the category of laborers and freight, stock and material movers, which claimed 73 workers that year.