Seat Belt Safety Statistics

Seat belts save lives. They are important safety features that protect drivers and passengers every day from serious injury and death. Unlike other safety features, like air bags or electronic stability control, seat belts aren’t automatically in use every time someone drives a car. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the risk […]

Spinal Cord Injuries from Automobile Collisions

One of the most severe injuries a person can suffer in an automobile collision is a spinal cord injury. These injuries can lead to partial or total paralysis, changing someone’s life forever. In this article, we’ll take a look at the relationship between car accidents and spinal injuries, and your legal recourse afterwards. What is […]

Proposed New Distracted Driving Law

In recent years, distracted driving has become a catalyst for North Carolina automobile collisions. Despite the efforts from law enforcement and legislators to stop it, people continue to drive distracted. Now, a proposed hands-free law hopes to stop distracted driving. Proposed New Law This new law, would require all adult drivers to use hands-free/wireless communication […]

Injuries From Pharmaceutical Negligence

Millions of people rely on prescription medications to live their everyday lives, and when pharmacies fail to help their customers, it can lead to serious injury and even death. That is why pharmacists and pharmacies should be held accountable for their actions of pharmaceutical negligence. There are many ways in which a pharmacist can be […]

Causes of North Carolina Motorcycle Collisions

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Motorcycle collisions, though not necessarily more frequent than other types of accidents, are more likely to result in serious injury or death. If you own a motorcycle it pays to learn about the most frequent causes of motorcycle collisions and then use this information to reduce their level of risk. Motorcycles in Head-On Collisions Crashes […]

Back Injuries Suffered from Automobile Collisions

Back injuries resulting from North Carolina automobile collisions often require extensive, costly medical treatment. These injuries can also leave you with long-lasting pain and suffering. There are several types of back injuries that commonly result from a vehicle collision. When you’re injured in a North Carolina automobile accident, you will need to work with an […]