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Catastrophic Injuries in North Carolina Truck Accidents

Far too many victims of commercial truck accidents end up with catastrophic injuries that forever change their lives. Two of the most common types of catastrophic injuries sustained are severe injuries to the brain or spine. Many times they...

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Common Causes of North Carolina Truck Accidents

Drowsy driving and falling asleep behind the wheel are on the decline, but speeding and cell phone use is on the rise among truck drivers, according to customer data from video telematics provider Lytx. The San Diego-based company’s data also...

Do I Need To Release My Medical Records When Filing A Truck Accident Injury Case?

You may file a personal injury compensation claim if you were injured in a trucking accident because of the fault of another party. The settlement amount will help you pay for medical bills, cover lost wages, and compensate for your pain and...

How Do I Prove Lost Wages After a Truck Accident?

Understanding the Complexities of North Carolina Truck Accidents

Accidents involving commercial trucks are a special type of traffic accident that differs from normal car wrecks in both practical and legal matters. From a practical standpoint, accidents that include a commercial truck can be especially...

Recovering Compensation for Lost Wages in a North Carolina Truck Accident

Actions have consequences – even if they are unintentional. When a party acts irresponsibly or “negligently” and another party is harmed as a result, the negligent party may be liable for damages. This means that the party is responsible...

6 Common Causes of Commercial Trucking Accidents

An average passenger vehicle weighs in at roughly 4,000 pounds as against a big commercial truck that can weigh over 30,000 pounds. The weight and size of commercial trucks, along with the high speeds on the highways and other differences in...

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Proving Liability in a North Carolina Truck Accident

While a car accident case can have issues that can make it somewhat complicated legally, the majority of accident cases usually have a clear at-fault party. The victim of the crash pursues any legal action against that at-fault driver, usually...