UPDATED -WITNESS FOUND: Accident Victim Seeks Witnesses

A resident who was involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident on Erev Shabbos, is seeking any witnesses to the accident who would come forward. The crash occurred at the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard and Forest Avenue. 

If you witnessed it, please call 732-691-3959.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Depending on the time of day, I was in that general vicinity erev Shabbos and saw someone driving erratically toward that intersection. If the accident involved a blue BMW with two young African American males…

  2. I can never understand these requests. We live in a ‘no-fault’ insurance state. If you’re in an accident – _your_ insurance covers you – this includes claims of pain & suffering, medical bills, lost wages, rental vehicles, automotive repair, etc.

  3. if a person really witnessed the accident that they should have stopped and lent support right there. Witness information from days or weeks later do not hold up when a claim is presented. i work in vehicle insurance and we discount most of these witness statements unless they are in a police report

  4. #8 – Perhaps you should get a legal education before trying to give legal advice. Ones own insurance does not pay damages for pain and suffering. If an accident victim seeks to recover those damages he/she must make a claim against the offending driver, and to do so may require witnesses. Hence the request.

  5. #8- No fault (also known as PIP) only covers medical costs. It does not cover pain and suffering, nor does it cover automobile repairs (unless you buy collision coverage, which will cover autobile repairs minus a deductible).
    In addition the person may have been ticketed, and needs witnesses to defend himself.
    BTW, when buying PIP make sure to buy full medical coverage, for anything not covered by your PIP will not be covered by the other person even if they are liable. That is NJ Law. Some health insurance won’t cover it either. If your Health insurance does pay, and you get a settlement for pain, the health insurance will be able to recoup their costs from it, so you may end up with nothing.
    So please, buy $250,000 PIP medical coverage, with minimum deductible, and yes, the deductible comes out of your pocket even if you weren’t at fault.
    This will affect anyone in your household, even if it happens with someone elses car, or they are a pedestrian.
    So buyers BEWARE!

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