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When someone is injured in an accident in New Jersey, it is important to gather information about what happens next.

Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income, often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling. Find out more about accidents and what issues an injured person needs to be aware of by going to this link.

Legal and Other Resources and Information

MADD-New Jersey Local Chapter

If you or a loved one has been affected by drunk driving, MADD is here to help. VICTIM/SURVIVOR 24-Hour Help Line 877.MADD.HELP

New Jersey State Police

“The New Jersey State Police is committed to protect, preserve, and safeguard the constitutional and civil rights of all citizens through impartial and courteous law enforcement with integrity and professionalism. We shall ensure public safety and provide quality service in partnership with our communities.”

New Jersey 511

511NJ is a free phone and web service that consolidates traffic and transportation information into a one-stop resource for commuters and motorists in the Garden State.  511NJ provides up-to-the-minute traffic conditions and it's available seven days a week, 365 days a year.

New Jersey Courts

Courts are the most visible part of our legal system. Though many legal issues and disputes are never brought to the courthouse, each year approximately seven million new cases are filed in New Jersey's courts. In those cases, judges are called upon to decide disputes involving such diverse topics as criminal law, motor vehicle violations, divorce, and other family matters, wills, contracts, defective products, and of course our basic rights as Americans, such as freedom of speech. People set the agenda for New Jersey Courts through these cases, and it is through these cases that courts influence our lives.

PROBONONJ-Gateway and Resource for Legal Pro Bono Opportunities

American society promises equal justice for all. For those living in poverty, this commitment remains unfulfilled. In New Jersey, every year one in three people living in poverty have at least one civil legal problem requiring the help of a lawyer.Only one-sixth will be able to get such legal help. You can change that. Please join us and help make a difference.

TANJ- Trial Attorneys of New Jersey

TANJ is an organization of approximately 800 members consisting of both plaintiff & defense attorneys from the civil and criminal bars and is dedicated to promoting the interests of the public at large, the interest of the litigants involved in civil and criminal cases, and the interests of the bench and bar. 

New Jersey Association for Justice

Founded in the late 1940s and incorporated in 1976, the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) is headquartered in Trenton, New Jersey. NJAJ is a statewide association of over 2,400 members in private practice and public service, paralegals, law clerks, law students and law school graduates not yet admitted to the bar. NJAJ is dedicated to protecting New Jersey’s families by working to preserve and strengthen the laws for safer products and workplaces, a cleaner environment and quality health care.

Rutgers School of Law-Camden

A member of the Association of American Law Schools, Rutgers Law–Camden is on the list of approved schools of the American Bar Association. A three-year course of study for full-time students is offeredas well as a four-year, part-time program leading to the awarding of the Juris Doctor degree. The law school had its origin in the South Jersey Law School, which was established in Camden in 1926 by Arthur E. Armitage, Sr., and an interested group of citizens. In 1950, the School of Law merged with Rutgers University and, along with the Newark law school, became part of the State University School of Law. In accordance with a resolution of the Board of Governors, the Schools of Law–Camden and Newark were established as autonomous units on July 1, 1967.

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