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North Carolina Ranks 8th for Deadly Bicycle Accidents

According to a recent report released by Governing magazine, the risks that bicyclists face on the road might be a little higher in North Carolina than many other states. The state was ranked as the eighth most deadly state for bicyclists in the United States based on data collected from 2008-2012.  The state averages approximately… Read More »

North Carolina Pedestrian Injured in Motor Vehicle Collision

A vehicle struck a pedestrian in downtown Raleigh, sending the victim to the hospital with injuries. On November 4, 2014, a pedestrian was crossing from Person Street to Edenton Street when a vehicle, driving west on Edenton, made a right-hand turn and struck the pedestrian. The victim was transported to WakeMed with non-life threatening injures… Read More »

Can You Sue a Car Manufacturer if Your Vehicle is Defective?

As many have learned from the recent slate of motor vehicle recalls, even the largest and most successful car manufacturers will occasionally produce defective vehicles. While sometimes these defects can be minor or cosmetic in nature, other times they can pose unreasonable risks to drivers and passengers, occasionally causing injury or death to such people…. Read More »

Three Killed in Collision with Drunk Driver in North Carolina

A North Carolina man is behind bars for alleged DUI after a deadly crash that occurred in the early morning hours of November 8, 2014. The collision occurred on East Calhoun Street in Anderson when a 24-year-old male driver reportedly crossed the centerline and collided head-on with a car. The other driver, a 22-year-old male,… Read More »

North Carolina Man Charged in Connection with Fatal Motorcycle Accident

Police officers in Raleigh, North Carolina, have arrested a 51-year-old man in connection with a collision that killed a motorcyclist. The accident occurred on October 29 at the intersection of Old Poole Road and Poole Road in Raleigh. According to investigators, the man made an improper left turn, striking a motorcycle. The driver of the… Read More »

Recent Crashes Raise Concern About Driver’s Ed Funding

The deaths of two students and the injury of another in recent Wake County car crashes come as North Carolina schools struggle to find a way to pay for driver’s education courses. Lawmakers cut off state funding for the programs, a decision that goes into effect next July. Originally, $3 million was slated to go… Read More »

Graham County Cited As Dangerous County for Motor Vehicle, Motorcycle Crashes

The 20th annual AAA Carolinas report of road safety has been released and it lists Graham County as the number one North Carolina County for motorcycle fatalities and the county in which you are most likely to be in a fatal car crash. The report, which cites statewide motor vehicle accidents and the injuries and… Read More »

Reducing Drunk Driving Deaths: The Need for High Visibility

To discourage drunk driving and reduce resulting death rates, safety agencies are turning up the visibility of enforcement efforts. In May of 2013, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released a report containing recommendations for eliminating deaths associated with drunk driving. Noting that more than 10,000 people are killed and 170,000 injured each year in… Read More »

Pregnant? Use Caution When Driving

Recent research suggests physical changes during pregnancy could increase the risk of a serious vehicle accident. Women and their families are extra careful when there is a baby on board. Along with preparations for the baby, women are cautious about diet and exercise. A new study shows pregnant women should also be more careful driving… Read More »

Are Hands-Free Devices Safe?

Think talking on a hands-free device is safe while driving?  Motorists seem to think so but research says no. In April, the National Safety Council (NSC) released findings of a survey gauging attitudes about hands-free cellular devices. The survey found eight in 10 motorists believe use of hands-free devices is a safe option. While many… Read More »

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