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Gaming teens may take more driving risks
Take a look at this article to review the research about the effects of racing games on teen drivers. While some participants had improved reaction time, the games did not improve teens’ observance skills, and extended playing times were linked to aggressive driving and other dangerous behaviors. The effects of a traffic accident caused by an inexperienced, aggressive or careless driver may be devastating, but an attorney may be able to help victims to achieve maximum compensation the law allows.
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Rules for New Jersey Teenage Drivers
Parents of teenagers who live in and around Englewood, New Jersey, should click on this link now to learn what the state’s laws on teen drivers are. Find out about the different levels of Graduated Drivers’ Licenses that New Jersey has established and what is involved in obtaining a fully unrestricted license for new drivers. Learn also what to do if an accident involving a teen driver happens.
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What you should know about dog bites in New Jersey
Google Snippet: Read about what New Jersey law says regarding dog bites. When an animal attacks someone, the victim has the right to pursue a lawsuit against the owner. As long as the victim was either in a public place or legally allowed on private property, the claim may be valid. Learn about what you should do in order to recover compensation if you have been the victim of an attack.
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School starting increases pedestrian risks for children
If you have a child who walks to and from school, read this article. The beginning of the new school year may increase the risks of children being hit by cars. Many drivers fail to observe safety laws in school zones, or may have difficulty seeing children nearby in poor weather. A personal injury attorney may be able to help after an accident.
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Distracted driving a problem on New Jersey buses
Check out this article about distracted driving on NJ Transit buses. Last year saw a dramatic 26 percent increase in the number of distracted driving complaints filed against NJ Transit drivers, prompting a media investigation that uncovered even more examples of bus drivers not paying attention to the road. Some of the examples of distracted driving are particularly disturbing, including buses swerving into oncoming traffic and drivers Skyping while transporting passengers.
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