Most people walk around the Cary area. Whether it's to get some exercise or go to a destination, walking is the way in which many people get around each day. Usually pedestrians and cars are able to share the same area, but occasionally a tragic fatal accident occurs.
Few things are more traumatic than the sudden death of a loved one. If a person's loved one died due to natural causes, such as old age, the person's grief may be great, but the loss may at least be understandable. However, when a person in North Carolina loses a loved one due to another party's actions, such as in a fatal car accident, the person may have a hard time coming to grips with what was a senseless loss.
Cary residents understand the seriousness of drunk driving. Drinking and driving is a decision, and these accidents are completely preventable. A fatal car accident recently occurred in Vance County that was allegedly caused by a drunk driver.
No one in the Cary area believes they will be seriously injured or even killed in a car accident. Unfortunately, hundreds of families are faced with a fatal accident each year, many of which are caused by negligent driving.
No one expects their loved one to be killed unexpectedly in an accident. These are devastating situations that no one can prepare for. When the accident is caused by a negligent driver, a wrongful death lawsuit may be necessary.
Many people in the Cary area enjoy walking. Most of the time pedestrians are safe on our streets, but, occasionally, a fatal accident occurs.
Logging trucks are a common sight in North Carolina. The abundance of forests makes logging a valuable industry for our state. But, as we recently wrote about, logging trucks can be dangerous for those who are sharing the road with them.
No one expects their loved one will go to work in the morning and not return home that night. Unfortunately, this is what happened to a postal worker recently in Fayetteville.
Driving drunk is something that most Cary area residents know is dangerous. Drunk driving kills thousands of people each year across the United States and is completely preventable. A recently fatal car accident killed one person due to a drunk driver.
A woman from another state was sentenced last April to 12 to 18 years in prison for a drunk driving accident that led to the death of a 79-year-old women in Charlotte, North Carolina, last summer. The drivers had past DUI convictions, but this did not prevent her from getting behind the wheel and causing this fatal accident.