Marlboro, NJ – Three-Car Crash Ends in Injuries, Delays on Rt 9 near Manalapan BorderNY/NJ Legal News
Marlboro, NJ (April 17, 2023) – Authorities in Marlboro are currently investigating the details of a car crash that occurred on Saturday afternoon, March 15. Three vehicles were involved in the collision that sent all three drivers to the hospital with injuries.
The wreck occurred on Route 9 just after 12:30 p.m., just north of the Manalapan and Marlboro border, police said. Route 9 was closed temporarily for investigative reasons for about two hours on Saturday afternoon.
One of the three involved vehicles reportedly overturned in the accident, reports read. All three vehicles were towed from the area.
The three drivers were transported to local medical centers with non-life-threatening injuries. Officers with the Marlboro Township Police Department Safety Bureau are investigating.
No further information has been reported concerning the accident at this time.
We hope for the full and fast recovery of the injured victims.
Car Crashes in Marlboro
Suffering serious injuries in a car crash can be an overwhelming and traumatic experience. You may be suffering from painful injuries that are debilitating in nature, keeping you from going back to work or engaging in social activities that you enjoy. You may even be unable to complete average daily tasks due to the extent of your injuries, which can be extremely stressful and even devastating.
Alarmingly, the majority of car crashes that happen in the United States and throughout the state of New Jersey are caused by the actions of negligent drivers. In today’s world, numerous forms of negligent driving exist, including but not limited to:
Unfortunately, a lot of drivers engage in these dangerous, selfish actions. On average, the United States sees approximately 17,000 car crashes reported per day. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that four out of five car crashes reported are caused by negligent driving. This means that well over 10,000 accidents per day are caused by driver negligence.
Currently, the most commonly seen form of driver negligence in the United States is distracted driving. Drivers who choose to look down at their phones, at other people in the vehicle, at the radio, or at their GPS, for example, put themselves and everyone around them at severe risk of sustaining life-changing injuries or even fatalities.
If you or someone you love have recently suffered injuries in a car crash caused by negligent driving, you need to talk to a lawyer as soon as you can. A personal injury attorney in Marlboro can help you get the finances needed to pay for all of the costs that stem from your accident. By law, you may be eligible to collect full and fair financial compensation for the losses and damages you face in relation to your accident and the injuries that followed.
Call the law office of Metro Law as soon as you can at (800) 469-6476 to see how we can help you recover. We work on contingency which means you owe us nothing unless you are awarded full and fair financial compensation for the losses and damages you face in relation to your collision.