Medical emergency causes fatal head-on collision in Sparta

According to New Jersey law, it is not negligent to lose control of an automobile as a result of the sudden onset of a medical emergency such as a heart attack. However, a lawsuit for negligence might still apply if the driver knows of a medical condition that could result in such an emergency and drives anyway. The medical background, treatment and general awareness of the driver will oftentimes determine whether a lawsuit will succeed.

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