Alfred Faragasso, a Jackson resident, was driving his motorcycle when he collided with an automobile at the intersection of Sharon Station Road and Route 524. The driver of the car, Agar Kannamangala Singra Gowda, of Trumbull, Connecticut sustained no injuries. However, Alfred Faragasso was severely injured and was airlifted to Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton where he was later pronounced dead from the injuries he sustained. The exact details of the crash are still being investigated by State Police, but authorities did comment that when help arrived at the scene, Faragasso was pinned underneath Gowda’s car.
Following an accident in the state of New Jersey, the parties involved may be entitled to recover damages. For example, if one of the parties in the accident is found to be negligent they may be held accountable to pay restitutions. In regards to Motorcycle injures, often the motorcyclist will not have personal injury protection or no-fault insurance. This is particularly troubling because following a motorcycle accident medical bills can mount quickly. In the most horrendous of incidences, a motorcycle accident can even result in death. In the aforementioned situation, the family of the deceased may be entitled to file a wrongful death claim to recover losses.
If you or one of your loved ones is involved in a motorcycle or car accident it is of utmost importance to seek counsel. The Law Offices of Chamlin, Rosen, Uliano & Witherington has handled thousands of motorcycle and automobile cases across Monmouth and Ocean Counties, including but not limited too Long Branch, Freehold, Red Bank, and Jackson. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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