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What are the most common and dangerous car accidents?

It's not the easiest thing to commute in North Carolina. Most drivers face either long distances through the open country of the Tar Heel State or chronic traffic problems around Charlotte or Durham. Some people have to deal with both. Every minute on risky roads increases the chances of a collision.

What are the problems drivers have to manage in a collision?

If anyone has been injured, medical care is the first priority. Any accident that causes any sort of damage requires drivers to exchange insurance information at the least. An accident that causes serious damage or any sort of injury must at least be reported to North Carolina law enforcement agencies with the proper jurisdiction.

What is the most common car accident?

That depends on the conditions of roads, but the most common overall is rear-ending. This is when any vehicle hits another from the rear, usually in tight traffic or because of a failure to stop in time to prevent it. Many drivers who rear-end other cars and trucks were distracted from the road by texting or other diversions.

What is the most dangerous car accident?

More than a quarter of deaths in cars happened when a car was struck in its side, according to an insurance study. Side-impact crashes are very dangerous and often happen at intersections when the right of way is not clear or a driver ignores it.

What's the best way to react to a car accident?

An attorney may help advise victims of serious car crashes on the need for financial damages. Legal representation makes it less likely that a potential plaintiff is left out in the cold.

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