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September 2015 Archives

What is road rash?

With summer coming to a close, some North Carolinians may feel like their motorcycle riding days are coming to an end. But there are still a lot of good riding days left. Though this is good news for many bikers across the state, for others, it gives more time for exposure to negligent drivers who could cause a motorcycle accident that leaves the biker with serious injuries.

Competent representation needed to hold truckers accountable

Our last blog post discussed the dangers presented by semi-trucks based on their massive size and the increased distance they need to stop. Though it is hoped that trucking companies and their drivers are well-aware of this issue, the seemingly constant news of tragic truck accidents portrays a different reality. If you have been injured in a wreck involving a semi-truck, then you know that the aftermath can be difficult to get through. You may find yourself having to cope with physical pain, emotional trauma and financial strife.

Semi-trucks need more distance to stop

Semi-trucks play a pivotal role in our society. They move consumer goods across the country, allowing access to the products that we want and rely on in our day-to-day lives. However, despite their importance, these massive vehicles can pose significant risks to other motorists. A truck accident can cause not only significant property damage, but it might also leave victims with serious injuries. In the worst cases, victims may even be killed in these wrecks.

Garner accident kills one, leaves three others injured

It is an unfortunate reality, but automobile collisions could happen suddenly, involving multiple vehicles and victims. No matter the degree of negligence, a negligent driver is often the culprit. Additionally, if fault is assigned to a negligent driver, he or she could be held responsible for the injuries, deaths and damages caused by the incident.