South Brunswick, NJ – One Killed in Fatal Traffic Accident on Route 130 near Route 32

South Brunswick, NJ – One Killed in Fatal Traffic Accident on Route 130 near Route 32

South Brunswick, NJ (February 27, 2023) – One woman lost her life in a fatal South Brunswick hit-and-run collision on the night of Saturday, February 25. Kerri Lynn Shea, 43, of East Windsor, lost her life in the accident. 

Reports show the wreck occurred at the intersection of Route 130 and Route 32 just before 10:00 p.m. Saturday. Investigators are currently searching for the other driver, who is believed to have left the scene on foot. 

At this time, police in South Brunswick are actively pursuing the apprehension and identification of the opposing driver. They are seeking help from the community if possible. 

The roadway was blocked while crews worked at the crash site, causing moderate traffic delays in the area. 

We want to offer our sincere condolences to the deceased victim’s family. 

Nothing further has been reported concerning the crash. 

New Jersey Car Accidents

Car accidents frequently happen throughout the United States and across the state of New Jersey. Every year, millions of Americans suffer serious injuries in auto collisions across the country. These crashes happen due to inclement weather, vehicle malfunctions, road construction, and driver negligence. Of these accident causes, driver negligence is the most common. Drivers constantly choose to operate their vehicles while intoxicated, distracted, fatigued, and traveling at unsafe speeds. This risky behavior can seriously injure or take the lives of anyone a negligent driver encounters on the roadway. When you lose a loved one in a car crash caused by negligence, you are probably going through a very trying time. You deserve to be compensated for your damages and losses, especially if you know that your family member’s death could have been prevented if another person had been more mindful.

Unfortunately, recovering financial compensation after the accidental death of a family member is usually more complicated than filing a petition to the court and receiving the payment by mail. If you wish to attain an advantageous end result from your claim, you must be able to prove:

  • A duty of care was owed to your family member by the negligent party
  • The duty of care was breached by carelessness, recklessness, or negligence
  • The breach directly caused the death of your family member

The surest way to prove these three points is to gather as much relevant evidence as possible. At Metro Law, our skilled lawyers have decades of experience in assembling pertinent evidence pertaining to our client’s cases that will surely prove their innocence and the negligence of another party.  When you work with our skilled wrongful death lawyers, our legal team will know where to find this evidence and how to successfully present it. Our goal is to utilize our knowledge and experience to help you recover. 

The process necessary for collecting financial compensation in a wrongful death claim in New Jersey usually involves mountains of paperwork. When you’re facing the difficulties of the grieving process head-on, paperwork is the last thing on your mind. Fortunately, when you work with one of our lawyers, we will handle all administrative tasks related to your case. This will allow you time to grieve and offer/receive support from friends and family. 

In New Jersey, wrongful death lawsuits do not usually go to court. The insurance companies usually resolve them by settling with the plaintiffs. If you wish to explore the option of settling your case by filing a wrongful death claim for compensation, our lawyers can help you negotiate the maximum compensation available for your losses and damages.

Over the years, Metro Law has worked out numerous settlement agreements with New York insurance companies. As such, we fully understand what they require before they agree to improve their terms. When you hire our law firm, we will work diligently to secure a deal that is favorable for you and your loved ones. 

Call the law office of Metro Law at (800) 469-6476 to speak with a skilled wrongful death attorney in South Brunswick who can help you recover.