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June 2017 Archives

Delayed pain following a North Carolina car accident

Any car accident, no matter how severe, can cause a variety of different injuries for the people involved. It also doesn't matter what type of vehicle you were in when the accident happened for you to suffer an injury. There are instances where the victims of a car accident refuse medical attention at the scene because they don't think they are injured, then days later they begin to feel pain. This is more common than you might think.

How to share the road with commercial vehicles

It seems like every time you turn around, you hear about some unfortunate individuals who have lost their lives in truck accidents in North Carolina. Not all commercial vehicle accidents end with fatalities. However, the mere experience is enough to leave some victims with emotional trauma, injuries and property damage.

Texting and driving and your brain

We've all heard how dangerous it is to text and drive, but not everyone heeds the warnings. Texting and driving has become such an epidemic across the country that states are banning the use of handheld devices while operating a vehicle. Law enforcement agencies are stepping up their patrols looking for violators in an effort to save lives. If you've ever wondered why it is so dangerous, here's a little explanation.

Teaching your teen how to drive safely

Having a teen driver in the home can be incredibly stressful, especially once he or she is issued his or her driver's license and can legally head out on his or her own in North Carolina. Parents want the best for the children, but they also want them to be as safe as possible. Here are some tips for teaching your teen how to drive safely.

How to spot a distracted driver in North Carolina

Distracted driving has become a major problem, not only in North Carolina, but across the country. This epidemic really began to take off when cellphones were introduced to the world. Now people are connected to other people every minute of the day and can't seem to put the phone down when behind the wheel. Here are some tips for spotting a distracted driver.

You need to make smart decisions after a car crash

A car crash happens unexpectedly; it is a jarring, sometimes devastating experience. In trying to pull yourself together afterward, you are probably not going to be thinking clearly. However, the decisions you make following the accident are going to have significance in the weeks and months ahead.

How to spot the signs of a drunk driver in North Carolina

Drunk driving is a big problem on the roads of North Carolina. Even with law enforcement agencies running various programs the issue still remains. Because of this, it's important to know how to spot the signs of a drunk driver. Here are some of the most common signs so you can familiarize yourself with what a drunk driver looks like.


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