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  • What Should You Do if You’re Involved in a Hit and Run Accident in Raleigh and the Other Driver Flees the Scene?

    How Common Are Hit and Runs? Under North Carolina law, if you’re involved in a car crash, you must bring your vehicle to a halt immediately after the collision. A driver who’s been in a car accident must remain with their vehicle until law enforcement has arrived at the scene to investigate the crash. When […]

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  • What Compensation Can You Get if You’re Hit by a Negligent Driver?

    What is Driver Negligence and Why is it Important to Your Car Accident Claim? Every driver on the road in North Carolina has a certain responsibility not to bring harm upon those they share the road with. This duty of care should not be violated. Negligence suggests that an at-fault party did not adhere to […]

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  • Who Pays the Deductible in a Car Accident?

    What is a Car Insurance Deductible? If you’re driving the roads of our beautiful state, you’d better have insurance. Otherwise, you could pay for all the extraordinary expenses out of pocket if you’re in an accident. However, even with an active car insurance policy, there exists the chance that you might still have to pay […]

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  • Your Legal Rights if You’re in a Car Accident While Pregnant

    Can You Sue for Pregnancy Complications if You’re in a Car Accident? Car accidents can be painful, emotionally traumatizing, financially costly, and sometimes deadly. While many injuries are caused by the make of the vehicles involved in the crash or the speed at which they were going, certain individuals may face a higher risk of […]

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  • New mandate aims to stop drunk driving by 2026

    On Behalf of O’Malley Tunstall PLLC | Dec 9, 2021 | Car Accidents We all know that drunk driving crashes occur far too often. At the end of football games, concerts, student parties, and the like, people who have been drinking are driving home, a common occurrence in North Carolina college towns. However, lawmakers are working on technology that may […]

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  • How do attorneys help car crash victims?

    On Behalf of O’Malley Tunstall PLLC | Sep 28, 2021 | Car Accidents You know that victims of automobile crashes often turn to personal injury lawyers for help. But why do they? Few people give much thought to personal injury lawyers until they get hurt. So, what do these lawyers do for people that the people can’t do for themselves? […]

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  • Delivery vehicles are everywhere: What to do if you are injured by one

    On Behalf of O’Malley Tunstall PLLC | Jul 1, 2021 | Car Accidents The Internet has changed many things, hasn’t it? Many people get their daily news dose online. Their computer or smartphone delivers updates on weather and other matters. Email access has replaced trips to the post office. And shopping is far different than it used to be. Residents across […]

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  • Did a sudden death leave you struggling with finances?

    On Behalf of O’Malley Tunstall PLLC | Jun 10, 2021 | Car Accidents Money problems are common after a sudden death of a partner or spouse. Not only are funeral costs expensive, but the loss of family income can also be devastating to the entire family. Then, add medical bills to the mix. It may seem you have no one […]

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  • Stop faster, see better: Automakers’ safety improvements

    On Behalf of O’Malley Tunstall PLLC | Jan 12, 2021 | Car Accidents Automakers are taking safety much more seriously than they have in recent years, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Ten manufacturers have already kept a promise to equip nearly all of their vehicles with automatic emergency braking (AEB) – well ahead of the September […]

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  • Researchers checking North Carolina drivers’ seatbelt usage

    On Behalf of O’Malley Tunstall PLLC | Sep 21, 2020 | Car Accidents It goes without saying that as you drive around Raleigh, you must have your eyes open and your seatbelt buckled. Unfortunately, despite North Carolina’s seatbelt law, not every driver and passenger buckles up. As everyone should know, seatbelts are the most affordable and effective way to prevent […]

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