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.
You've recently been injured in a car accident. You've always heard that insurance companies play games to avoid paying up. You're pleasantly surprised, then, when the insurance adjuster offers you a quick settlement.
You don't have to be victimized by a negligent driver to end up in a serious motor vehicle accident. Sometimes, faulty equipment in your own or another person's vehicle can cause a crash.
There are all different kinds of car accidents -- and all different kinds of injuries result. Many of them are fairly obvious from the start -- but adrenaline can mask a lot of pain and leave people surprised when they suddenly realized they're actually injured.
A member of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol was paralyzed from the neck down in a motorcycle accident on July 22 at a traffic stop.
If you had to guess, what would say is the leading cause of fatal car accidents?
On June 23, some diners at a local pizzeria in the Five Points area of Glenwood, North Carolina, had their dining experience abruptly curtailed when a 20-year-old drunk driver went over the curb and crashed into the outdoor patio of the restaurant.
What are the real dangers to drivers on North Carolina's roads?