Woman Killed in New Jersey Car Collision in Roseland

A 24-year-old Livingston woman was killed in a car crash in New Jersey when her car left the roadway and crashed. According to The Livingston Patch, the fatal car accident occurred on Route 280 in Roseland when the woman’s vehicle veered off the road at a curve and crashed into a fence. She sustained fatal head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene of the New Jersey car accident.

There are many potential causes of a single-vehicle car accident in New Jersey. The family of someone killed in a car crash would be well-advised to preserve the vehicle intact for a thorough examination by an expert. A knowledgeable attorney may be able to determine if a dangerous roadway, an auto defect, or any other factors led to the fatal New Jersey car crash.

A New Jersey wrongful death claim is a way for a victim’s family to hold an at-fault party civilly responsible for a fatal car accident. Compensation may be available for funeral bills, medical expenses, lost future wages, and pain and suffering. In cases involving a single-car crash in New Jersey, it is particularly important to seek representation because insurance companies often tend to assume that human error was the primary cause of the crash.

The Princeton wrongful death attorneys at Lependorf & Silverstein offer their condolences and understanding to families who have a lost loved one in a New Jersey car accident. We are here to help guide you through what can be a complex legal process during an emotionally difficult time. Please call us at 609-240-0040 to find out how we can help you and your family.