Man Arrested in Relation to North Brunswick Accident that Killed One

A man has been arrested after a 22-year-old man was killed in a high speed North Brunswick crash on September 28. Shareef Holder, 28, was arrested with bail set at $1 million after police determined he was the cause of the crash that killed Luis Rodriguez.

Holder caused a different New Brunswick crash earlier on the night of September 28 and left the scene of the accident. Police later pulled him over in connection with the crash, and while an officer ran his plate, Holder fled in his vehicle. Minutes later, he hit three cars at a traffic light, one of which was driven by Rodriguez, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Rodriguez leaves behind a girlfriend that is pregnant with twins. Holder is charged with vehicular homicide, manslaughter and eluding police. His bail was set at $1 million based on a lengthy past record.

In 2012, there were 542 fatal crashes in New Jersey, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation. In Middlesex County alone, 54 fatal accidents occurred that same year. Our injury attorneys at the Spevack Law Firm have the experience and dedication necessary to bring negligent drivers to justice. When a loved one suffers a wrongful death due to distracted or negligent driving, it can cause intense emotional and financial trauma for the victims family. Our trial lawyers are here to help you put back together the pieces after a tragedy.

If someone you love has been killed in a New Jersey accident, it is important to start working with one of our experienced attorneys right away to ensure that we have every opportunity to get the compensation you deserve. Do not hesitate to contact our Middlesex County trial lawyers today, or give us a call at (732) 636-3030.

Spevack’s Did You Know: In 2012, Middlesex County had a greater number of fatal accidents than any other county in New Jersey.Ā 

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