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Are Pedestrian Accidents in North Carolina Getting Worse?

December 6, 2017   |  
Pedestrian accidents are a major public safety issue in North Carolina. This type of crash occurs when a vehicle hits a pedestrian, typically one who is crossing the street or walking on the sidewalk. Pedestrians can also be hit in neighborhoods or while walking in parking lots. There have been...
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Who Is Responsible When the Police Are Involved in a Crash?

July 26, 2017   |  
It was early morning on July 8th when a call came in to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police. A car had crashed into a building, and three patrol units were responding to the call. However, one of those patrol cars never made it to the crash site, and now a police officer is...
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Is It Possible to Drive Safely in Foggy Conditions?

April 28, 2017   |  
The Goldsboro News-Argus reported on the death of a pedestrian who was killed while walking along Beston Road in LaGrange recently. Per the report, a 25-year-old woman was driving northbound on Beston Road at the same time a 26-year-old man was walking in the same direction on the road. Due...
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Is Distracted Driving to Blame for a Spike in Pedestrian Deaths in 2016?

The Governors Highway Safety Association recently released data revealing there was a spike in pedestrian deaths in 2016. There are varying reasons for this rise in pedestrian fatalities. One likely culprit is the combination of an improved economy and lower gas prices resulting in an increased number of vehicles on...
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Hit by a Driver Without a License While Walking? Here’s What to Do

December 19, 2016   |  
In early December, a fatal pedestrian accident in Asheville left two children dead and an elderly woman hospitalized. Per the Goldsboro News-Argus, the incident happened around 6:15 pm. As the woman and the two kids, a 5-year-old girl and 10-year-old boy, were crossing the street at an intersection, they were...
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