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A boy was struck by a truck near the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Family Application Center in the 5600 block of Flagstaff Drive Tuesday afternoon. The boy was riding his bicycle when he was struck by the vehicle. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the accident and details are not available at the moment. The boy was transported to an undisclosed local hospital by EMS personnel where he is being treated for his injuries. Again, details are not currently available regarding the victims current condition.

As is often the case with accidents, the damage caused goes far beyond the obvious injuries and fatalities. If you or a family member has been injured, be it in a car, motorcycle or truck accidents, or any other serious personal injury claim, you don’t have to go through such difficult situations alone. With over 20 years of experience, the attorneys at Auger & Auger are here to listen to you and answer your questions. Call our offices today for a free consultation, where you will speak with an attorney, not an assistant, paralegal or sign up specialist. We’ll listen to your case and discuss your legal options, you don’t have to suffer alone. Call today.

Wednesday night on Highway 74, a man with several previous drunk driving and other vehicle related convictions crossed the median. His vehicle struck another vehicle head on and forced that vehicle into the path of an oncoming semi.   When police arrested him, Jose Estevez Herrera had empty beer cans on the floor of his truck and had clearly been drinking. The vehicle he forced into the path of the semi was driven by Laral Callahan and her boyfriend Paul Randall. Callahan was killed on impact and Randall had to be cut from the vehicle by EMS personnel. He later died of his injuries while being treated at a local hospital. Neighbors said that the couple had just recently purchased an RV and had been planning on traveling together.

When these accidents happen that is when the services of professionals, like the Personal Injury specialists of Auger & Auger, Attorneys at Law, are needed. With a policy of aggressive representation for victims of personal injury, a focus on high quality, state wide service and excellence, the attorneys of Auger & Auger are here for you. They understand that each person is different and they will personalize their services for you as the listen to your situation. So if you have been injured, contact the attorneys of Auger & Auger today for your free consultation. There are no any fees until they successfully obtain a settlement on your behalf.

Paul Miller was driving his cab down Woodlawn Road the night of May 3, 2013. His vehicle was hit by Justin Miller, who ran from the accident and was driving on a suspended license due to a DUI the month before.  Paul Miller died that night in an ambulance while on the way to the hospital.  Reports indicate that at the time of the crash, Justin Miller was driving in excess of 65 mph in a 35 mph zone.

When J. Miller was taken into custody, he blew a .19 according to local police.   Now, 15 months later, that lapse in judgment is sending the one-time Queens University student to prison for several years. J. Miller pled guilty to the crime of second-degree murder as a result of the crash that sent P. Miller flying from his car in the collision.

As is often the case with accidents, the damage done goes far beyond the most obvious injuries and fatalities. Families will always grieve the loss of loved ones and the injured will carry the very real pain and the remaining scars for the rest of their lives.  We are here to listen to you and answer your questions no matter what the situation. Call our offices today for your consultation, where you will speak with an attorney, not an assistant, paralegal or sign up specialist. We believe each person should be treated with the respect they deserve, not like a billing account number. We will listen to your case and discuss your legal options, you don’t have to suffer alone. Call today.

Authorities have not yet released much in the way of details regarding an early afternoon collision in Charlotte N.C. that shut down a section of busy road Sunday. The incident occurred at around 2 p.m. when an on-duty officer noticed a gold Ford Taurus driving erratically. When the officer switched on his sirens and light to indicate that the driver should pull over, they instead sped up drove away. The officer disengaged from the pursuit.

Shortly thereafter the officer witnessed the gold Ford Taurus cross the double-yellow line and run head on into a Nissan Sentra. Both vehicles sustained serious damage and local firefighters had to be called in to assist with removing both drivers from the wrecked cars. Both drivers have been transported to a local hospital to receive treatment for injuries, their condition has not been released.

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed, in a car, motorcycle or truck accidents, or any other serious personal injury claim, you don’t have to go through such difficult situations alone. With over 20 years of experience, the attorneys at Auger & Auger are here to listen to you and answer your questions. Call our offices today for a free consultation, where you will speak with an attorney, not an assistant, paralegal or sign up specialist. We’ll listen to your case and discuss your legal options, you don’t have to suffer alone. Call today.

A Wednesday morning crash in Cabarrus County proved fatal after a truck and motorcycle collided on Morehead Road.  According to initial investigation reports, Brandon Reese, who was driving a Dodge Ram pickup truck with trailer, pulled out in front of Kyle Landon Dean who was riding his motorcycle.  Dean ended up striking the back of Reese’s trailer, and the motorcycle went down.  Both driver and passenger of the pickup were also injured in the collision.  Local EMS crews transported them to a local hospital where they were treated for non-serious injuries and released.

Difficulties can arise at any time for any person when operating a vehicle. Weather, defective machinery and a thousand other factors can all lead to unexpected accidents. Such occurrences can have far reaching, as well as unforeseen, consequences that may not be apparent immediately. When an accident occurs, it is time to contact a professional to represent you, whether it is a difficult claim with insurance or an injury or even a case of liability for damages. And if you or a loved one has been injured or a loved one killed, in a motor vehicle accident or any other serious personal injury claim, we can help.

With over 20 years of experience, the attorneys at Auger & Auger are here to listen to you and answer your questions. Call our offices today for a free consultation where you will speak with an attorney, not an assistant, paralegal, or sign up specialist. We’ll listen to your case and discuss your legal options; you don’t have to suffer alone. Call today.

The report has come out on the result of the Pennsylvania State Environmental Protection Agency investigation into the Chevron Gas well fire back in February.  It was this blaze that killed worker Ian McKee, a 27-year-old field technician from Morganstown who worked for Cameron, a contractor for Chevron Gas.  McKee and another worker were on the well pad site when something went disastrously wrong.  The DEP reported that a well head assembly discharged an improperly secured lockpin.  The report theorized that this malfunction is what may have caused the ignition and subsequent fire.

When these accidents happen that is when the services of professionals, like the personal injury specialists of Auger & Auger, Attorneys at Law, are needed. With a policy of aggressive representation for victims of personal injury, a focus on high quality, state wide service and excellence in the advice we provide for our clients, the attorneys of Auger & Auger are here for you in your difficult and confusing moments of need. We understand that each person is different and will have unique needs, so we will personalize our services for you as we listen to your situation. So if you have been injured, contact the attorneys of Auger & Auger today for your free consultation. There are no any fees until we successfully obtain a settlement on your behalf.

It’s highly possible that Officer Richard “Brad” Starnes’ life was spared because he was wearing a helmet at time he got into an incident with a driver that he pulled over, who ended up dragging him and running him over.

On Tuesday Officer Starnes pulled over a vehicle driven by Clay and Maurice Cash, and when they attempted to drive off Officer Starnes reacted, reaching into the vehicle to either take the keys or put the car in park.  At that time, one of the suspects pulled him into the car as it began taking off.  Officer Starnes managed to free himself, and the patrol car’s dash camera recorded how his helmet hit the pavement once he managed to free himself.

Officer Starnes suffered a broken leg in the accident.

No one plans on having an accident, or suffering injuries when they get into their vehicle to go to work or do their job, but accidents still happen every day, even when all precautions are taken. If you have been injured, be it in a car, motorcycle or truck accident, or any other serious personal injury claim, you don’t have to go through these difficult situations alone.

With over 20 years of experience, the attorneys at Auger & Auger are here to listen to you and answer your questions. Call our offices today for a free consultation where you will speak with an attorney, not an assistant, paralegal, or sign up specialist. We’ll listen to your case and discuss your legal options; you don’t have to suffer alone. Call today.

Another bicyclist was injured in an accident on Thursday morning and now the city of Winston-Salem really wants to do something about it.  The city is focusing on bicycle safety and has plans in place to create more bike lanes and greenways as well as creating more shared lanes for both muscle powered and engine powered vehicles.  “The goal is to build a full network of bike lanes and greenways so that no matter where you’re going, you have the option of riding,” stated Matthew Burczyk, the Winston-Salem Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator.   The city currently also has a bicycle safety class aimed towards elementary school children.  It is designed in this manner, so that the children will already be familiar with the safety rules and road hazards when they reach bicycling age.

When these accidents happen that is when the services of the law team of Auger & Auger, Attorneys at Law, are needed. With a policy of aggressive representation for victims of personal injury, a focus on high quality, state wide service and excellence in the advice we provide for our clients, the attorneys of Auger & Auger are here for you in your difficult and confusing moments of need. Call today.

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