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January 2019 Archives

Jury awards North Carolina trooper injured in bus crash $7 million

It was just about the worst Christmas gift a person could receive. Back in 2014, a North Carolina state trooper was seriously injured in a crash on Interstate 40 caused by a bus driver. The wreck happened on Christmas Eve while the trooper was investigating a deadly Alamance County motor vehicle accident.

Who or what is to blame if you are hit by a truck?

If you are like most drivers, you have probably felt a little nervous when driving next to an 18-wheeler. There are good reasons for these feelings. While semi-truck accidents do not occur as frequently as those among passenger vehicles, the results of a wreck with a large commercial truck can be devastating. Even a seemingly minor collision can do serious damage to a smaller motor vehicle and its occupants.

Your right to appeal a denied Social Security Disability claim

As a working adult, you have paid into Social Security for most of your life. The point of Social Security is included in its name. It provides some form of financial security and stability for individuals who can no longer generate income on their own. Whether someone has a need due to injury or age, these benefits help people maintain independence.

Raleigh pedestrians, drivers urged to be more aware of traffic

The laws of physics come into clear view when a car weighing several tons of metal, rubber and glass strikes a human made of flesh and blood. We see far too many pedestrian accidents in Raleigh, including a recent fatal one involving a 21-year-old woman.

Study: North Carolina is in top five for worst drivers

At the start of a new year, it is often a good idea to look back at what went right and wrong over the past 12 months and at the same time look ahead to anticipate problems and work on solutions. One area in which Raleigh residents and people across the state have plenty of room for improvement is in traffic safety.

North Carolina new year began with hit-and-run pedestrian crash

The new year began much as the old year ended: with violence and tragedy on the streets of North Carolina. A 19-year-old man who was the father of a 6-month-old baby boy was struck by several vehicles and killed early New Year’s Day in a hit-and-run crash, police said.

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