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Southern New Jersey – or South Jersey as it’s known locally – comprises eight counties of varying sizes and populations: Atlantic‚ Burlington‚ Camden‚ Cumberland‚ Cape May‚ Gloucester‚ Salem‚ and Ocean. The total land area occupied by these counties extends to the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern edge and to Pennsylvania on its western border.

Because of its proximity to both seaside tourist destinations – Atlantic City‚ Cape May‚ and Ocean City – as well as centers of business in Philadelphia‚ counties in South Jersey experience high traffic volumes due to the numbers of vacationers and commuters using their roadways. South Jersey car accident attorneys understand these increased traffic volumes can lead to higher risks of car accidents. Vacationers unfamiliar with local roads may make poor decision while driving just as distracted commuters may lose focus on New Jersey highways resulting in potentially dangerous situations.

Major Highways in South Jersey

  • Interstate 95 (New Jersey Turnpike)
  • Interstate 295
  • Interstate 676
  • U.S. Route 130
  • Garden State Parkway (Route 444)
  • State Route 40
  • U.S. Route 9
  • Atlantic City Expressway (Route 446)
  • U.S. Route 30 (White Horse Pike)
  • State Route 13
  • State Route 52
  • State Route 168 (Black Horse Pike)
  • State Route 55
  • State Route 87
  • State Route 42
  • State Route 41
  • Interstate 76

Deadliest Highways in South Jersey

Certain highways in South Jersey show higher traffic fatalities than others for a number of reasons‚ including increased traffic volumes and higher speed limits. Since 2011‚ counties with stretches of these roads passing through them can show increased traffic-related deaths. Burlington and Ocean Counties have both seen 68 auto accident deaths from 2011 through May 2012. Camden County isn’t far behind with 60 total accident deaths over the same span. Several major roadways with high accident totals travel through all three counties.


The Garden State Parkway shows nearly double the number of traffic deaths than other major highways through South Jersey. Contributing factors for these deaths could be the higher speed limit on the highway (65 mph) and the allowance of commercial trucks on the road’s southern portions. Commercial vehicles are not allowed on the Garden State Parkway past the Asbury Park Toll Plaza.

Experienced Auto Accident Lawyers in South Jersey

Sustaining a serious injury in a car accident can change your life‚ make it impossible to continue working and force you to live with pain every single day. Fighting with the insurance company to make deserved payments for your medical bills and lost wages shouldn’t be your priority when you’re faced with a long recovery. Contact our knowledgeable car accident lawyers in South Jersey today to discuss your case at (856) 778-5500. We’ll work tirelessly to win you the best settlement possible for your accident claim. If we don’t win‚ you won’t owe us a penny.

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