New Jersey Drunk Driving Accident Get’s Man 7 Years

New Jersey Drunk Driving Accident Get's Man 7 YearsPost Date July 30, 2013 – A Middletown man charged with a New Jersey Drunk Driving Accident receives an appropriate sentence. The New Jersey drunk driving accident caused a fatal accident killing a Middletown man and injuring three others at the Garden State Parkway, New Jersey. The Drunk Driver was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment on June 15, 2013.

New Jersey Drunk Driving Accident causes the death of father of five

The New Jersey drunk driver accident perpetrator whom was identified as Eric Pereira, 22, of Jackson, NJ.  In a statement released by Monmouth County Prosecutor must at least serve nearly 6 years of  the 7 year sentence before he can be eligible or apply for parole. On the information gathered by the Prosecutors office, The man who caused the New Jersey drunk driver accident on April 2, 2011,  was on his way home after working  a wedding in Bergen County. Driving at around 90 mph on the New Jersey Parkway near Aberdeen, he swerved into the right lane  hitting a minivan from behind. Kevin Donnelly, 43, a father five, of Middletown, New Jersey, was driving the minivan that upon impact, went out of control and traveled across three lanes before hitting the cement divider and flipped into the opposite express lanes. Donnelly died at the scene due to his injuries. The police investigation revealed that Pereira whom was charged with the New Jersey Drunk Driving Accident was driving with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit.

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Progressive Car Insurance Clears Man of Murder

Progressive Car Insurance Snap Shot Proves Man Innocent of MurderPost Date  July 28, 2013 – A device used to monitor a drivers driving habits in order to save them money on Progressive Car Insurance helped clear a Progressive Car Insurance customer of murder. Michael Beard, 28-years old, a resident of Parma Heights, Ohio was facing 15 years to life imprisonment after he was charged of murder, child endangering, and felonious assault due to the death of his 7-month old daughter, Lynniah. The incident transpired on the morning of May 8, 2011. Prosecutors alleged that Beard murdered his own child with a theory that he tried to awaken Lynniah’s mother to have sex and when the latter did not rouse, he allegedly covered Lynniah’s nose to make the baby cry.

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However, Beard’s defense attorney, Michael Cheselka presented evidence that will clear his client. The evidence is a record from the Progressive Car Insurance Snapshot car monitoring device used by insured showed that Beard turned off his car at 4:44am on the said date and turned it on three minutes later. Cheselka said that it was in those three minutes that Beard discovered his child was not breathing while in her infant swing and that the father awakened her mother and returned to his car then rushed the infant to the hospital.  It was known that Beard, a trained nurse, used to visit the infant and her mother after his graveyard shift however, that May 8 visit turned out to be a tragic one.  The misunderstanding started  when his client had mistakenly told the police that he found his daughter in a car seat instead of an infant swing. The lawyer said that it was “a mistake under duress.”  On the other hand, a pathologist from the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Officer testified that the baby could have suffocated as she slumped down in her infant swing while sleeping.  It has been learned that Beard’s case was the first Progressive car insurance Snapshot device has been used in a criminal trial. Beard was acquitted by the jury early this month. has represented Progressive Insurance Company for over two decades.  If you would like a quote on Progressive Car Insurance and see the big savings you can enjoy with the Snap Shot Program call InsureDirect Nationwide  Toll-Free (800)-807-0762.

Best Car Insurance Rates For 2014 “Top Safety Pick”

Subaru’s 2014 ForesterPost Date July 10, 2013 – Subaru’s 2014 Forester topped the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety (IIHS) crash tests, scoring “good” in all of its tests to make itself dubbed as the safest SUV model and also topping the “Top Safety Pick+”. Along with the “Top Safety Pick” reward, the institute is also providing for better or best car insurance rates.  The Subaru SUV was the only vehicle that netted “good” score on the Small-Overlap tap, a test that recreates a collision between the SUV’s front-end and an object.

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Next to the Subaru that had the second highest score is the 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.  This vehicle scored “good” in all of the tests except for the Small-Overlap and only managed to have an “acceptable” score. The Outlander was also placed on the Top Safety Pick+. Of the SUVs tested, only the Subaru Forester and the Mitsubishi Outlander got the great scores while others SUV’s only had a rating of “marginal” or “poor.” Nine of 13 vehicles also managed to get into the “Top Safety Pick”.  This is a distinction which is a tier below from the Top Safety Pick+.  The 2013 Buick Encore, BMW XI, Ford Escape, Hyundai Tucson, Honda CRV, Kia Sportage, 2014 Jeep Patriot, Mazda CX-5, and the Volkswagen Tiguan also scored well. The models were able to score the highest “good” rating on the IIHS’ moderate-overlap, rollover, side, and rear crash tests. The crash tests results are believed to predict less costly claims for personal injury insurance protection and medical payments. It is not yet known if the said study will directly affect the said vehicle models’ best car insurance rates as these are being determined solely by the insurance company based on their best car insurance rates data. Vehicles that will show in long-term lower amount of claims tend to have the best car insurance rates compared to those vehicle models that have a record of huge claims.