Failure to Report an Accident Tickets

New Jersey state law hands harsh punishments to those convicted of leaving the scene of an accident (N.J.S.A. 39:4-130). Fines can be as high as $2,000, jail time as long as six months and a conviction can result in permanent loss of driving privileges.

Failure to Report an Accident in New Jersey

If you have been involved in an auto accident that resulted in property damage, you may be subject to failure to report charges. Following these accidents, you are required to stop, show your license and insurance, and notify law enforcement of the accident. If you fail to do so, you face the harsh possibility of hit-and-run charges.

These are serious charges. You need representation on your side, fighting for your rights.

At The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, you can count on us to consider all of the details of your case, realizing that each case is unique. We have successfully handled hundreds of these cases. We know what details to look for in your story to achieve success.

If you have been charged with failure to report an accident, you are facing significant potential consequences.

New Jersey Hit-and-Run Attorney

If you wish to consult a skilled attorney for legal representation, please call us today at (877) 450-8301. Our lawyers have the experience you need, and we are ready to evaluate the details of your case.

We offer flexible payment plans and accept major credit cards. For your convenience, we are available for appointment nights and weekends.