Hamilton Twp, NJ – Jamyre Dewey Jr Killed in Two-Car Accident on Rt 40NY/NJ Legal News
Hamilton Twp, NJ (August 1, 2023) – An 18-year-old driver lost his life and his three passengers sustained injuries in a two-car crash in Atlantic County. The incident occurred on Route 40 just before 8:00 p.m.
Emergency responders went to the crash site shortly after the collision took place. Reports show the incident occurred on Route 40 when Jamyre Dewey Jr. was headed east on the roadway. He was involved in a head-on crash with an SUV headed west for currently unknown reasons.
Dewey, of Egg Harbor City, was pronounced deceased on-site. The incident happened near milepost 46.1, according to reports. Two passengers, both aged 18, were transported by life flight to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City with serious injuries. A 17-year-old was transported by ambulance.
The man driving the SUV, identified as a 66-year-old man from Wallingford, PA, was sent to the hospital with serious injuries. Police in Hamilton closed the highway for some time while they investigated the circumstances of the crash.
We want to offer our sincere condolences to the family of Jamyre Dewey Jr at this time. We hope for the full and fast recovery of the injured victims.
New Jersey Car Accidents
Every year, auto collisions in the state of New Jersey injure tens of thousands of individuals and take the lives of hundreds. On average, approximately 60,000 severe injuries are reported annually in the Garden State that are caused by car accidents. Yearly, this number continues to grow. In several other states across the nation, the number of auto accident injuries increases steadily on a yearly basis. This is most likely due to the number of distracted drivers on the roadways throughout the United States.
Daily in the United States, over 17,000 car accidents are reported. Of these, about 7,500 individuals sustain injuries, and over 100 end up losing their lives. Annually, the United States sees approximately 6 million auto accidents that injure over 4 million individuals.
Most auto accidents reported in the United States are the result of negligent driving. Things like distraction, intoxication, and fatigue cause millions of individuals to become injured and tens of thousands of lives to be cut short yearly.
If you or someone you love has sustained serious injuries in a car accident caused by negligent driving, it is vital that you exercise your legal right to seek financial compensation. This can make your crash recovery easier in that it can help you cover the costs that stem from your accident and the injuries that followed.
At Metro Law, we work hard to ensure that our clients who sustained injuries due to negligent driving are able to recover financially so they can focus on their physical and mental well-being. Our trusted team of attorneys has been helping crash victims recover for more than four decades. If you’ve lost someone you love due to driver negligence, you deserve to collect financial compensation with the help of an Atlantic County wrongful death attorney.
Losing someone you love is extremely difficult, especially when you know their death could have been prevented. Call our law firm at (800) 469-6476 to talk to a lawyer about your right toward compensation. Our firm works on contingency, which means that unless you are awarded full and fair financial compensation for the damages that resulted from your auto accident, you pay us nothing.