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Injuries from North Carolina Rear-End Collisions

Rear-end collisions are often thought of as minor traffic accidents. These crashes usually occur when there is little to no speed with at least one of the vehicles, unlike other types of crashes that often take place at high speeds. The truth is, however, that rear-end collisions can result in serious injuries. According to statistics…

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The Dangers of Fatigued Driving

Driving a vehicle safely requires not only skill but also concentration. Without one or the other, there is a high risk of crashing. It takes practice and many hours of driving to build up that skill. When it comes to concentration, however, this is something the driver has total control over, including lack of concentration…

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It’s Not Just Cell Phones Distracting Drivers

Federal, state, and local governments, along with countless safety advocate organizations have banged the drum loudly to try to get the message out to drivers of how dangerous distracted driving is and how much it increases the risk of vehicle accidents. Millions of dollars have been spent on national campaigns by federal and state agencies,…

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