You suffer a brain injury in a car accident. You have your seat belt on, but another driver runs a red light and hits the side of your car on your way through the intersection. Your head hits the window and that's all you remember before waking up in the nearest medical center.
A driver who was allegedly speeding caused a deadly accident in North Carolina.
Next time you walk down the road in North Carolina, take a moment to look at the drivers passing you and see if you can spot any using phones, putting on makeup or otherwise engaging in distracted driving-related behaviors. Chances are, you will spot more than a few motorists who are not paying close attention to the task at hand because distracted driving continues to be a growing problem across the state and around the nation.
Truck accidents are among the most dangerous types of wrecks in the United States. Because of their size and weight, trucks that lose control are an incredible danger to others on the road.
If you ask the average person if it's more dangerous to ride in a car or ride a motorcycle, he or she is likely going to pick the motorcycle. They have a reputation not just for fast top speeds and excitement, but for increasing the odds that a person will be injured or killed in an accident. Is this reputation warranted?