Guttenberg Car Accident Lawyer

At only four blocks wide, Guttenberg ranks as one of the smallest municipalities in New Jersey. Despite this, it is the most densely populated in the state, at over two times the density of New York City. This population fact means that car accidents can and do occur in Guttenberg, sometimes with severe, permanent, or fatal consequences.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a negligence-caused car accident, talk to Anthony Carbone, an expert Guttenberg Car Accident Lawyer, to learn about your legal rights and options.


Types of Car Accidents in Guttenberg

There are innumerable ways in which a vehicle can get into an accident. Usually, the type of accident will dictate how fault is determined, the severity of injuries and property damage, and the amount of compensation available. The following are some examples of different car accident types:

  • Rear-end accidents
  • Head-on collisions, often the most serious
  • T-bone or side-impact accidents
  • Rollover crashes
  • Single-car accidents
  • Multi-car or chain reaction accidents

Regardless of the type of auto accident you were involved in, your attorney will investigate the facts of your case and fight to get your fair compensation for your losses.


New Jersey Car Accident Statistics

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) reports New Jersey recorded 270,231 traffic accidents, 591 fatalities, and 61,753 injuries in 2017. Of all the counties in the state, the top three in terms of fatalities included Middlesex 39, Burlington, and Camden at 39, 35, and 32, respectively. also compiled a list of the ten most dangerous stretches of road in the state. The data excludes toll roads that do not report accident numbers to the NJDOT. Three notable stretches from this list are as follows:

  • I-78N Newark – Between Frelinghuysen Avenue and the NJ Turnpike, with 227 crashes and one fatality.
  • Route 22 through Union Township – From Kohel Avenue to Madison Avenue, with 225 crashes.
  • I-295, Haddon Heights to Barrington – From Blackhorse Pike to Copley Road, with 223 crashes


Uninsured Driver Accidents

In some cases, you may be able to take legal action against an at-fault driver’s insurance company to obtain compensation for your losses. But what happens when the at-fault driver is uninsured? According to a report by, 14.9 percent of New Jersey drivers were driving without insurance in 2017, ranking the state as 14th in the percentage of uninsured drivers.

Involvement in a car accident with an uninsured driver means that they will be unable to cover your economic damages, not to mention pain and suffering. Your options may then include paying for your expenses out of pocket or turning to your underinsured motorist (UIM) policy for coverage.

If you have been injured by an uninsured driver and are unsure of your next move, contact a Guttenberg Car Accident Lawyer immediately.


Talk to a Guttenberg Car Accident Lawyer Today

A car accident may only last a few seconds, but the physical, emotional, and financial repercussions can be life-altering and far-reaching. While there is nothing we can do to erase the trauma of being injured, we can help you pursue compensation and get you back on your feet.

If you have been injured in a car accident, it is never too soon to speak to an experienced Guttenberg Newark Car Accident Lawyer. Attorney Carbone has been representing car accident victims in New Jersey for over 30 years. Contact him online today or at 201-733-2230 to schedule an initial consultation.

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