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Thanksgiving Travel Results in Multiple North Carolina Car Accidents

December 4, 2017   |  
Thanksgiving is notorious for being a time of year where car and truck crashes are more likely to occur. Traffic density skyrockets around Thanksgiving as millions of people travel to visit family or friends. This year was no exception. There were multiple car accidents in North Carolina before, during and...
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What Can I Do If I Was Hurt in a Car Crash Because the Other Driver Was Speeding?

September 1, 2017   |  
What should car crash victims do if they are injured in a wreck that happened because the other driver was speeding? Recently, a driver in Wilson, North Carolina was arrested on speeding charges after a collision involving his sports car and a minivan carrying a family from Virginia Beach. Per...
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Are Drivers Getting Away with Running Over Protesters in North Carolina?

August 30, 2017   |  
Protesting has been going on for centuries in one form or another. In many cases, it's a peaceful way for people to gather together and express their mutual desire for a social change or disagreement with a current or proposed law. However, in some instances, protests can grow out of...
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Is the Driver Who Rear-Ends Another Car Always at Fault?

May 24, 2017   |  
The Goldsboro News-Argus reported on a deadly rear-end car accident that claimed the life of a 58-year-old man from Goldsboro. The fatal accident happened on US 70 Bypass near mile marker 362. As the 58-year-old man was traveling along US 70 Bypass, a 24-year-old man driving a Chevrolet truck rear-ended...
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What Caused a Deadly Three-Car Crash on I-95?

May 22, 2017   |  
Per WTVD-TV, earlier this year, a three-car crash on Interstate 95 in Robeson County claimed the life of one person. The multivehicle wreck happened on a Saturday night near Fairmont around exit 10 in the northbound lanes of I-95. The person who died was pronounced dead at the scene. Another...
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Why Do Drivers Flee After Pedestrian Accidents?

May 10, 2017   |  
Another in a rash of pedestrian accidents struck our area earlier this year when a three-vehicle accident in Garner resulted in a 53-year-old pedestrian losing his life. According to WRAL-TV, the incident happened around 6:30 am at the intersection of US Highway 401 and Pinewoods Drive. Reportedly, the pedestrian was...
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What Led to a Deadly Head-On Car Crash in Raleigh?

May 8, 2017   |  
WTVD-TV reported earlier this year on a Raleigh head-on car accident that claimed a life. The two-vehicle wreck happened on New Hope Road a little after 8 pm on a Tuesday. Reportedly, leading up to the deadly crash, a 44-year-old driver drove his car over the centerline into oncoming traffic,...
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How Do I Safely Change Lanes While Driving on the Highway?

April 26, 2017   |  
A deadly two-vehicle car accident that happened on the Durham Highway recently may have been the result of a driver failing to safely change lanes. According to WTVD-TV, as the two vehicles were traveling northbound on the freeway near TW Alexander Drive, one of the cars, a Toyota Camry, began...
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How Much Protection Do Seat Belts Provide During Car Wrecks?

March 15, 2017   |  
Earlier this month, two children were severely injured in a Wayne County car accident. Per The Goldsboro News-Argus, the crash involved only one vehicle, which was carrying one adult and three children. Reportedly, the woman driving the vehicle blamed a medical condition for causing her to drive the car off...
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What Led to the Sharp Rise in Car Accident Deaths in 2016?

March 3, 2017   |  
[caption id="attachment_1009907" align="alignright" width="300"] Auto accident involving two cars on a city street[/caption] Despite safety improvements made over the last few years, there was a sharp rise in car accident deaths in the United States in 2016. According to WRAL-TV, there were more traffic fatalities on US roads last year...
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