Even a minor car wreck can leave you feeling battered and bruised -- so the fact that one or both of your legs hurt after an accident is hardly surprising. You probably don't think it's anything serious.
North Carolina's weather has been pretty wild this year -- and that's led to plenty of problems on the roads. Late-winter storms in February sent sleet, snow and freezing rain all over the Carolinas, along with parts of Virginia and Georgia. The National Weather Service even felt compelled to issue warnings about the hazardous road conditions -- including black ice.
Modern vehicles are a marvel of technology and engineering -- but even the best of them wear down and need replacement parts from time to time.
When you're in a motor vehicle of any kind, you naturally rely on all of its various features to keep you safe -- including your vehicle's airbags.
Car accidents are frustrating and scary. When they leave you with serious injuries, they can also be debilitating. Naturally, you expect the person who caused the accident (or their insurance company) to pick up the tabs for your lost wages and other expenses. After all, you're clearly quite hurt.
When someone is arrested for drunk driving, it isn't uncommon for the court to order an ignition interlock device to be placed in their car. An ignition interlock is essentially a breathalyzer that keeps a car from running if the driver has a positive blood alcohol reading.
If you were injured in a car accident and the insurance company hasn't made a decent settlement offer, you may naturally want to pursue your injury claim in court. There are a lot of steps, however, that have to be taken between the time you file a claim and the time your case goes to court.
The law has a language all of its own -- and familiar words sometimes take on unfamiliar meanings when they're used in reference to a car accident claim.
Thousands of people -- many of them children -- rely on buses every day to get where they need to go. Unfortunately, not all bus drivers take their responsibility for the safety of others as seriously as they should.
Taking your kids around from house to house in costume on Beggar's Night to solicit candy is one of the true joys of parenthood. Kids everywhere plan their costumes almost as soon as the first leaves start to turn -- and parents often get in on the act, as well.