3 Things You Should Never Do After a Car Crash in North Carolina

“Motor vehicle-related injuries send more than 2.3 million people to hospital emergency departments every year.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevent reports this on its website. Another webpage maintained by the CDC breaks out motor vehicle crashes into the following overlapping categories: Child passengers, Teen drivers, Older adult drivers, Seat belts and restraints, Impaired…

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A North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Emotional Distress and Mental Trauma

People who suffer physical injuries in North Carolina have the legal right to seek compensation from the individuals or businesses that harmed them. Securing an insurance settlement or receiving a jury award requires showing that the defendant who is named as having causing the injury acted negligently or recklessly. We discuss how injury victims and…

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