October 6, 2023
Atlantic City, NJ (March 28, 2023) – On March 26, the Atlantic City Police Department responded to the scene of an automobile accident that took place during the evening hours.
At around 5:45 p.m., 36-year-old Nivida Garciaromero was driving a GMC Yukon on North Montpelier Avenue. As her vehicle proceeded through the 200 block of the roadway, it collided with multiple vehicles and a 5-year-old girl who was riding a bicycle.
The girl became pinned under the SUV, suffering from injuries.
People in the area rushed to the scene to provide assistance. Passersby were able to remove the child from under the vehicle. The injured bicyclist was transported by ambulance to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center-City Division for emergency care.
Garciaromero and three people in her vehicle, identified as an adult and two juveniles, were treated for injuries.
The Atlantic City Police Department is currently investigating the accident.
We hope those injured as a result of this crash recover quickly.
Bicycle Accidents in New Jersey
More than 10,000 bicyclists are hurt as a result of crashes that take place in the United States every month. These incidents at up to more than 130,000 people suffering debilitating injuries following bicycle accidents in our country. Here in New Jersey, we see a significant number of bicyclists harmed as a result of accidents caused by negligent drivers.
One of the most common factors in this type of accident is drivers who are distracted. When drivers are not paying attention to the road ahead, they may not see bicyclists traveling nearby. Common distractions that lead to bicycle accidents across our state include:
- Drivers who are using their cell phones while operating their vehicles.
- Drivers who are eating while behind the wheel.
- Drivers who are having conversations with their passengers.
- Drivers who are rubbernecking.
- Drivers who are changing their radio or looking at their GPS.
In addition to distractions, we see a significant number of automobile accidents take place as a result of drivers who are traveling too fast for road conditions, under the influence of drugs, impaired by alcohol, or otherwise negligent.
It is absolutely critical that drivers maintain control of their vehicles in order to keep themselves and others around safe. When drivers fail to do so, they can cause serious accidents that leave victims with debilitating injuries.
If you have been injured in a bicycle accident as a result of the driver’s carelessness or recklessness, you may be able to take legal action. You should consult with an Atlantic City bicycle accident lawyer right away.
At Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, we understand the hardship and stress that can be caused by a personal injury. Our experienced Atlantic City personal injury lawyers are devoted to providing customized legal counsel to ensure justice is served while also giving you the individual attention and care needed throughout your case.
We work tirelessly to hold those responsible for causing harm accountable while supporting you during a difficult time. If you or someone close to you has been injured due to another’s negligence or recklessness, reach out to our personal injury law firm at 800-923-3456. Our team can meet with you for a free consultation to discuss your case and fight for your legal rights.
Notes: Many of the accidents we write about could have been avoided. By disseminating information about serious incidents, we seek to arm our readers with the knowledge they need to prevent being seriously injured in an accident. This piece was created using external sources, including news articles and eyewitness descriptions of the collision and injuries. Therefore, the presented specifics of the accident have not been independently verified. Please notify us immediately if you find any inaccuracies in the article, or if you wish to have the post deleted, we will rectify the content or remove the post.
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