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Helping you navigate a civil action following a car crash

Every time you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, you are at risk of being involved in a car accident. Do you think about this danger each time you drive a vehicle? Most likely you do not. But that does not change the fact that dangers exist on the roadways and you are put at risk when a negligent, distracted, reckless and intoxicated driver is traveling on the roadways. A car accident, whether it's a fender-bender or a head-on collision could result in serious injuries, making it imperative that accident victims understand the rights and options following a car crash.

Study indicates treatment for mild TBIs is promising

Car accidents can be the source of many injuries. While some of these are found to be relatively minor, others could impact an accident victim for the rest of his or her life. With regards to brain injuries, victims could face many challenges, even temporary or permanent disabilities. Thus, it is important for accident victims who have suffered a brain injury understand their situation and how best to navigate them.

Seeking compensation following a car accident

In North Carolina, most residents rely on motor vehicles to get around. While these can be effective forms of transportation, vehicles are also the source of numerous automobile collisions each year. Although it seems like a routine activity, driving a vehicle requires constant attention and safe driving skills. If a motorist is distracted or driving recklessly, this could be the result of a severe crash.

Don't wait too long to file that car accident lawsuit

Being involved in a car crash can be a horrible experience. Sometimes, a car accident is relatively minor, consisting mostly of property damage and minor bumps and bruises. However, other car accidents are much more devastating. A person could be in critical condition following a car accident. Moreover, even after a car accident victim leaves the hospital, they could be facing months of rehabilitation before their health is back to normal, if it ever reaches that state at all. In addition, some injuries do not manifest themselves until days or weeks after the initial accident occurs.

North Carolina resident killed in accident on U.S. 21

It doesn't always matter if you follow the rules of the road, drive defensively and always wear your seat belt. Car accidents can happen to anyone in North Carolina. After all, it is impossible to predict the actions of every other driver on the road, and should a driver fail to fulfill their duty of care while behind the wheel, it could lead to injuries or even deaths.

Construction zone accident in North Carolina kills 5

Driving through construction zones in North Carolina may be a summertime right of passage, but in actuality, it is a big headache. The congestion, the slow-downs and other factors combine to make driving in construction zones incredibly frustrating. However, it is important to take care when driving through a construction zone. The failure to do so could spell disaster.

Revoking driver's licenses does not always prevent car accidents

There are a number of reasons why a person in North Carolina may be penalized with a suspension or revocation of their driver's license. One is if the person is convicted of drunk driving. Another includes certain moving violations, including driving well above the posted speed limit or driving recklessly. Finally, a person could be penalized with a suspension or revocation of their driver's license if they do not pay a court fine or do not attend a court hearing when they are supposed to.

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