Aiello Harris Is Now Helping People Who Have Been Involved With Red Light Camera Accidents Or Disputes
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(PRWEB) December 21, 2012
Red light cameras were put in place to help protect people at busy intersections and make people more cautious about how they approached them. While red light cameras have helped numerous areas with getting large amounts of added money for the fines that are collected from those caught running red lights, it has also caused numerous amounts of accidents for those in fear of getting ticketed stopping as a result red light cameras have contributed to increased rear end collisions at those intersections. For this reason Aiello Harris, a personal injury attorney in New Jersey, is now taking cases where the red light camera has either assisted in an accident, or caused unjust tickets due to the camera and its set up being faulty.
Numerous traffic lights have been found to not be in compliance with state regulations that require a yellow light must stay lit for 1 second for every 10 miles an hour the speed limit leading up to that light. So, if a light is found in the area of a 45 mile an hour zone, then the yellow light must stay on for at least 4.5 seconds so the motorist has enough time to stop safely.
Fear of getting tickets has caused for motorists to stop short at the intersections with these red light cameras causing an increase in rear end collisions. Aiello Harris and Personal injury attorneys in NJ are seeing a rise in cases just like these. If anyone has been involved in an accident or received a ticket for any reason they should contact Aiello Harris today to see how they can be of assistance.
About Aiello Harris:
As a firm, Aiello Harris offers a vast amount of experience in an equally broad range of areas of practice from personal injury and employment law to criminal defense and complex federal tax litigation. Aiello Harriss clients also benefit from the respect and credibility they have established with judges and other legal professionals in the courts of Somerset County, Union County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Essex County, Morris County, and North and Central New Jersey.
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