In this video, North Carolina attorney Michael A. DeMayo answers some questions about dealing with the aftermath of an auto accident.
You’ve been injured in a car accident.You may feel alone.Dealing with insurance companies, lost wages, and mounting medical bills can be overwhelming. You may wonder who will speak for you? After a car accident, before you call the insurance company, call us. At Daggett Shuler, we’ve got your back. We’ll fight to get you the […]
http://www.DaggettShulerLaw.com. In this episode of StateLawTV guest David Daggett talks about what to do if you’re in a minor automobile accident.
According to the National Safety Counsel, in 2016 over 40,000 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes.
In a country with millions of miles of roads and approximately 253 million cars, car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life. In the US alone, over 37,000 people die in road crashes every year. And nearly 2 and a half million Americans are injured or disabled in car accidents annually. The effects of road crashes are often long-term and far-reaching.
Recent brain research shows it doesn’t make any difference when you have a hand held or a no hands system for your cell phone, they both distract the brain from what you’re doing which is driving.
In North Carolina, hit and run accidents where the driver is never found, fall under uninsured motorist coverage and can be difficult cases.
North Carolina injury laws and accident laws are very complicated and they can be tricky so it can be very good advice to consult with a lawyer so that you don’t make any false steps as your case is progressing.
The most important thing to do after an automobile accident is check to make sure that you’re not injured and to help anybody who is injured. Many people ask if they should move the vehicle and we recommend that you not do that unless it is creating a major hazard.
Driving is such a part of our lives that it’s easy to forget how dangerous the roads can be. According to federal statistics, more than 35,000 Americans are killed in auto accidents each year. Another 2.3 million are injured, some so seriously that their lives will never be the same. And the economic costs of […]
Automobile accidents can have a devastating effect on victims and their families. At their most serious, crashes can leave their victims with catastrophic injuries, lifelong disabilities or even a wrongful death. For many families, the situation is made worse by financial pressure. Victims can be taken out of work for weeks, months or even for […]