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Car Accidents Archives

Have you or a loved one been injured by a drunk driver?

Most drivers in the Cary area are safe and understand the consequences of driving after they have been drinking. When a person makes the bad decision to drive after they have been drinking they put their lives at risk, along with everyone they meet on the road. An accident involving a drunk driver is completely preventable if the driver would have not chosen to drive.

Dangerous driving is common around Cary schools

With school back in session in the Cary-area, parents and school employees worry about children's safety. Drivers often aren't paying attention to school buses and children who are going to and coming from school. This inattentive and other dangerous driving can lead to children suffering serious injuries.

Three-vehicle crash near Zebulon injures four people

A recent three-vehicle crash near Zebulon, N.C., has injured four people and raised the possibility that the driver who caused the accident was incapacitated by a medical condition. The exact sequence of events in the three-car accident is not entirely clear, but the statements of witnesses have given police enough significant information that they have been able to untangle the chronology of the accident.

Have you been injured because of a negligent driver?

No one ever expects today will be the day that they will be involved in a car accident. An irresponsible driver, though, can change a person's life in a matter of seconds. It is important that in these situations, an injured North Carolina resident has an attorney on their side.

Law enforcement cracking down on drunk driving this holiday week

Many North Carolina families have been affected by drunk driving. Driving after drinking is a mistake that cost thousands of lives each year. These accidents are completely preventable and only happen because a driver makes the mistake of driving after they have been drinking.

The 100 deadliest days for car accidents

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety used to refer to June through early September as the summer driving season. More teenage drivers in North Carolina and nationwide combined with distracted driving has compelled the organization to now designate the months between Memorial Day and Labor Day as the "100 deadliest days." One of the major causes of this designation is distracted driving such as talking or texting.