Taking photographs at an accident scene can help document evidence that can be extremely useful in personal injury litigation. While almost everyone has a cellphone with a camera, few people know exactly what they should photograph. Many don't know when it is appropriate to take photographs.
It's the stuff of traffic nightmares -- a pile-up on I-40 westbound involving an estimated 134 vehicles, according to the North Carolina Highway Patrol. While there were at least 20 people injured, there were no fatalities and none of the injuries was considered life-threatening.
Spring has descended on North Carolina, and that makes many motorcycle enthusiasts eager to get on their two-wheelers and get in a little wind therapy.
Most drivers have seen 18-wheelers parked near the entrance and exit ramps of North Carolina interstates, but few may consider why they are stopped or if it is dangerous for the big rigs to pull over there.
Driving a large truck is much more complex than driving a passenger vehicle, which is why commercial truckers have to take and pass special licensing requirements before being approved to drive big rigs. Below are some trucking safety tips to follow.
A commercial truck accident can be caused by a truck driver or a passenger vehicle driver. Either way, nothing changes the fact that the end result could be serious injury or even death. This is why every type of driver needs to do whatever possible to avoid trouble.