Newark, NJ – Injuries Follow Two-Vehicle Accident on Springfield Ave

Newark, NJ (February 16, 2023) – At least one person was transported to a local hospital for the treatment of injuries following a motor vehicle accident on the West Side of Newark.

At around 7:07 p.m. on February 11, emergency crews were notified that their assistance was needed at the scene of a crash on Springfield Avenue.

Reports from the Newark Police Department show that a red SUV and a white second collided in the area of 592 Springfield Avenue.

The incident blocked multiple travel lanes near the BP Gas Station. Emergency crews closed off a portion of the roadway while providing assistance at the scene. At least one person was transported by ambulance to a local hospital for medical care.

At this time, the incident remains under investigation.

We hope the injured victims recover quickly following this accident. Our thoughts are with them at this time.

Car Accidents in New Jersey

Every year, tens of thousands of people are hurt as a result of motor vehicle accidents that take place in the state of New Jersey. In most instances, these accidents are a result of driver negligence. Some of the most common factors in collisions across our state include:

  • Speeding: Drivers who speed or travel too fast for the road conditions may lose control of their vehicles and crash into others.
  • Distractions: When drivers are texting on their phones, eating, or engaging in other activities that take their attention off the road, it can have severe consequences for others.
  • Impairment: When drivers are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they may have problems controlling their vehicles in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Road conditions: When roadways are full of obstructions, damaged, or otherwise dangerous, they can cause severe accidents to take place.

Regrettably, around 90% of all accidents that occur in New Jersey and elsewhere are a result of driver error. If another person’s actions have caused you harm, it is important that you are aware of your legal rights. A car accident lawyer in Newark can help you file a personal injury claim for compensation against the responsible driver.

For more than three decades, our New Jersey personal injury lawyers at Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq have sought to protect the legal rights of innocent parties across the state who have been injured in crashes due to no fault of their own. We are committed to helping each person we represent seek the maximum compensation possible.

We have extensive experience handling complex motor vehicle accident claims for our clients and can offer the legal guidance and support that you need for successful results. Our case evaluations are free and available by calling 800-923-3456 today.

Notes: Many of the accidents we write about could have been avoided. By disseminating information about serious incidents, we seek to arm our readers with the knowledge they need to prevent being seriously injured in an accident. This piece was created using external sources, including news articles and eyewitness descriptions of the collision and injuries. Therefore, the presented specifics of the accident have not been independently verified. Please notify us immediately if you find any inaccuracies in the article or if you wish to have the post deleted, we will rectify the content or remove the post.

Disclaimer: This is not a business solicitation, and none of the material presented is intended to be legal or medical advice. The featured image used in this post was not taken at this actual accident scene.

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