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Typical car accident injuries

Although no one wants to be in a car accident, many Cary residents will unfortunately experience one. Car accident injuries can range from mild to serious, even death. Typical car accident injuries can either show up right away or take days to appear. Accordingly, car accident victims should be aware of the types of injuries they may suffer.

Insurance claims and car accidents

Unfortunately, most Cary area residents will be involved in a car accident at least once in their driving career. Car accidents are emotionally traumatic events and can also cause serious injuries. When there is a car accident, there are often insurance claims that need to be filed.

Four injured in Cary car

Unfortunately, car accidents are regular occurrence in North Carolina. Most of the time, they are just minor fender benders, but serious car wrecks occur. Serious car accidents often involve unexpected expenses that can disrupt a family's finances. A serious car accident occurred recently in Cary that sent four people, including a baby, to the hospital.

Cell phone use while driving is still an issue in North Carolina

Most people in the Cary area understand the importance of safe driving. Safe driving not only means driving the speed limit, but also means paying attention. For some people, putting down the cell phone is a hard habit to break, but if people continue to use their cell phone, serious car accidents occur.

#InMyFeelings challenge a risk for drivers, pedestrians

When Cary residents are out driving through area roads they expect they will arrive at their destination safely. Unfortunately, many are involved in car accidents each year, including those who are negligent drivers. It appears there are always new things that distract drivers on North Carolina roads, but a new serious craze is especially dangerous.

Accident reconstruction and how it affects a car accident victim

North Carolina residents never expect they will be involved in a serious car accident. But, unfortunately hundreds of families find themselves in this situation every year. A serious car accident often involves more than one car and serious injuries or even death. In these situations, a crash reconstruction may become necessary.

Teen drivers can be a source of bad driving

Teen drivers have a reputation for being bad drivers. Many North Carolina residents see a teen driver and worry that they will hurt someone when on the roads. Usually, teen drivers are safe and courteous, but they can also be inattentive, reckless and make poor decisions. These poor decisions can lead to a serious car accident.

How is fault determined after a car accident?

Many people in the Cary area have been involved in a car accident. No matter how good of a driver a person is, accidents can still occur due to a negligent driver. A car accident can be a serious matter, causing property damage and even physical injuries. So, how is fault determined in a car accident?

Teenage drivers who have been drinking can be dangerous

Teenage drivers have a reputation for being bad drivers. Some teenage drivers may not have the maturity level to handle the experience necessary to safely drive a car. Teenagers may make decisions that are not the best when it comes to driving, including texting while driving and even driving after they have been drinking, and it can lead to a car accident.

Incentives to curb teenage drivers from texting and driving

Today, it can be challenging to get a hold of a teenager's attention without some form of technology. Cellphones are almost a life source for this age group, making it difficult to accomplish any task without it or having it nearby. While technology can be extremely beneficial, it does have its setbacks. A cellphone may be excellent to use in certain spaces; however, using it in a vehicle while the operator is behind the wheel of a vehicle is extremely dangerous.

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