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Just as trucks are more mechanically complex than passenger cars, accidents involving trucks are more legally complex than those between two or more private passenger vehicles. Truck drivers and trucking companies are subject to numerous regulatory requirements instituted to protect the safety of other motorists. When a violation of one or more of these regulations… Read More »
A serious car accident is always a major disruption to your life. And planning for the long term can be challenging when the unexpected forces you to begin living day by day. But if you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an automobile accident, there are several things you should do to… Read More »
Every year there are more than 30,000 fatal car crashes in the United States resulting in nearly 33,000 individual fatalities. This includes vehicle occupants as well as cyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorists. While the number of traffic fatalities in North Carolina has declined steadily since 2007, the ratio of traffic fatalities to population still remains… Read More »
If you ride a motorcycle, then you know something most drivers of passengers cars don’t — the thrill of the open road below your feet and flow of the wind around you. Yet driving a motorcycle isn’t all fun and games. As a rider, you face many perils. Before you hit the road again, consider… Read More »
You’ve been in a car accident and sustained an injury. Do you really need a lawyer? Can’t you just file a claim without an attorney? Or go through your auto insurance carrier? The truth of the matter is that yes, you can file a claim without a lawyer. And you could resolve things with your… Read More »
Peggy Fogelman, from Graham, NC found herself making an unscheduled visit to a Burlington home on January 9. The 82-year-old woman had been driving her car on West Chapel Hill Rd when she lost control of the vehicle. The car hit an embankment after it ran off the road and ultimately landed on the porch… Read More »