Suffering an injury in a car accident is not always cut and dry. There are some injuries that will appear the minute the accident occurs, and there are other injuries that take quite a bit of time to develop. Because of late onset pain, all people involved in accidents should seek medical attention. So, what are some commonly delayed pain symptoms after a car accident?
The fall season is one of the most popular for motorcyclists in North Carolina. The weather is still cooperating and the fall foliage is definitely something to look at when traveling. This means that car drivers will have more to contend with when commuting to work, school or simply out for a drive. Here are some important tips for driving safely near motorcycles.
Many people become so focused on dealing with their physical injuries after a car accident in North Carolina that they fail to consider the effect it has on their mental health. Motor vehicle wrecks are harrowing experiences that can leave you emotionally scarred. It is not uncommon for some people to develop post-traumatic stress disorder after a motor vehicle collision.
Being involved in a car accident can cause plenty of fear and stress. Even the most minor of accidents may leave drivers struggling to get back behind the wheel. Many car accident victims have trouble driving again after being involved in an accident, especially if the accident caused severe injuries or the death of a loved one. Here are some tips for getting back on the road.
The fall season is finally upon us in North Carolina. Leaves are changing colors, the air is becoming crisper and the deer are out in force. That means accidents will be on the rise. The fall season is rough for drivers for quite a few reasons. We will discuss some important fall driving safety tips in today's post.
The last thing you want to see in wet weather on a crowded freeway is a seemingly out-of-control 18-wheeler. The vision of an overturned big rig flashes before your eyes. You wish you could create more space between you and the weaving truck just ahead, but traffic has you boxed in.
A hit-and-run accident on Saturday night in Concord, North Carolina took the lives of two teenagers. The accident occurred on a popular road in the town approaching the intersection of Concord Parkway and Liske Avenue. The crash happened around 10:15pm. It took the lives of two teens who attend Concord High School.