NEW JERSEY CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS WARN DRIVERS OF THE DANGERS OF POTHOLES ON NEW JERSEY ROADS

Potholes present a significant hazard to motorists in our area this time of year.  Potholes have the potential to cause significant damage to cars, trucks, and motorcycles.  They can also lead to serious car accident injuries.

In some cases, hitting a pothole creates an impact equivalent to a 35 mph car accident.  If they are deep enough, potholes can cause a driver to lose control of his or her vehicle.  Potholes increase the risk for motorcycle drivers to become involved in motorcycle accidents that often lead to serious injuries and in the worst cases, motorcycle fatalities.

New Jersey personal injury lawyers at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy remind motorists to drive carefully to prevent car accidents on New Jersey highways that have become dangerous due to potholes.  If you have been injured in a car accident in New Jersey, contact an experienced New Jersey car accident lawyer at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy Contact us online or call 732-777-0100 to schedule a free consultation.

Potholes present a significant hazard to motorists in our area this time of year. 

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