Every driver in North Carolina is required to have a certain minimum amount of auto insurance coverage. However, some people ignore this legal requirement and do not have any insurance at all. Other drivers have only the minimum amount of coverage, but it may not be enough to address all of the damages and injuries… Read More

Although truck and car accidents are similar, they are also very different as well. Below are just a few examples of differences between these types of cases from a legal perspective. Injuries and Damages Semi-trucks are much larger than the average passenger vehicle. That means that they can also cause much more damage too. The… Read More

When a passenger vehicle and motorcycle collide, the auto accident is often fatal for the motorcycle rider. As a result, substantial compensation may be available to the survivors. Authorities quickly blamed a motorcycle rider for a fatal auto accident in High Point. But was it really his fault? The wreck occurred in front of a… Read More

In any negligence case, a car wreck attorney is committed to maximum compensation for victims. Typically, that compensation includes money for medical bills, property damages, lost wages, and other economic losses, as well as loss of consortium (companionship), pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment in life, and other noneconomic losses. Lawyers on the other side,… Read More

Many people think that lawyers win cases with a combination of fancy talk and razzle dazzle. There is some element of theater in personal injury cases, but substance, and not style, obtains fair compensation for victims. In some ways, technology has changed this process. Once driverless cars begin prowling the rods, the process will probably… Read More

We all know just how dangerous drunk driving is. It accounts for roughly one third of all traffic fatalities by impairing reaction time, risk assessment, and the driver’s motor control. However, if the driver that hit you did not register a 0.08 blood alcohol level, they may have registered an unsafe level of fatigue if… Read More

Traffic fatalities rose in 2016 by 5.6 percent from the year before, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The last year with more fatalities happened in 2007, and even worse, 2017 numbers, which are not yet available, are projected to be even higher than 2016. What is causing this increase in traffic… Read More

A car accident can be a stressful, frightening, and devastating experience. Although nothing can prepare you for the unpredictable nature of a car accident, it can be comforting and useful to know what to do if you ever find yourself in this situation. Get Medical Attention. The first thing to do after a car crash… Read More