Fault In Fatal Accident Suspension N.J.S.A. 39:3-37 Reduced by 92%

N.J.S.A. 39:3-37 New Jersey Motor Vehicle Suspension

Recently, my office handled a “Fault in a Fatal Accident” Administrative Suspension Hearing, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:3-37, on behalf of a client. Our client had initially received  a notice from New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission stating that her license would be suspended for 730 days (two years) based on their investigation into the accident she was involved in. While no criminal charges were filed, she was still subject to a suspension by the Motor Vehicle Commissioner based on their own findings regarding the accident and cause of death. Fortunately for our client, our firm was able to obtain sufficient and decisive evidence which mitigated any fault she may have had in the accident. Based on this evidence, as well as other persuasive arguments, we were able to settle on a reduction in the suspension from 730 days to just 60 days. We saved our client from losing her driving privileges for 670 days (22 months). Needless to say, our client was more than satisfied with the results.

Fault in Fatal Accident Administrative Suspension Hearing N.J.S.A. 39:3-37

Typically, these hearings consist of providing documentary evidence both regarding the incident and any later investigations. The representatives from MVC will attempt to present evidence that not only implicates you as being the one at fault (be it through police reports or insurance provider investigations) but also demonstrates that you are unfit to drive on New Jersey’s public roadways. It is pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:3-37 that the NJ MVC is legally allowed to impose such a suspension. If you or someone you love were tragically involved in a fatal accident, contact an attorney to discuss what repercussions you are facing, be it criminal or administratively, and find out what you can do to mitigate these possibilities under N.J.S.A. 39:3-37.

Trenton Motor Vehicle Lawyer

Motor Vehicle Commission license suspensions are a serious matter not to be trifled with. These suspensions will take place roughly two weeks after the initial letter if you are not prompt to respond with a Hearing request. Failure to do so will result in the immediate and irreversible revocation of your driving privileges. If you or someone in your family have received a notice of suspension from New Jersey Motor Vehicle, contact the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall. Our attorneys have a plethora of experience handling these matters and will protect your interests at any hearing or Administrative Law Appeal. For your complimentary consultation, call us 24/7 at 1-800-509-3333.

Trenton Motor Vehicle Commission

Below you will find the entrance to the Trenton MVC. Hearings for Administrative suspensions are typically heard here, though Fault in a Fatal Accident Hearings are heard at the Department of Transportation in Ewing.

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