Should You Take a Ride on a Public Scooter?

September 6th, 2018

A woman in Los Angeles broke her arm in March after falling from a scooter. A woman at UCLA was knocked unconscious after being hit by a rider on a scooter. A woman encountered uneven pavement on a sidewalk in

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Summer Safety Tips for North Carolina Pedestrians

June 28th, 2018

Hot summer temperatures mean that more people are outside enjoying activities. Sports, bicycling and even walking are popular near residential areas. Driving can be more hazardous in the summer than you may imagine. People need to be on the lookout

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What You Can Do If Your Child Is Hit By a Vehicle

January 22nd, 2018

It is an absolute nightmare for parents to even think about their child being hit by a car, much less being involved in the situation. It’s a sad fact that children of all ages are hit by cars on a

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Teach Your Kids How To Be Safe Pedestrians

September 15th, 2017

Being a pedestrian can be dangerous. That is especially true if the person walking is a child. Children do not have the same decision-making capabilities as adults and are not able to make quick, potentially life-saving decisions. If you have

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Pedestrian Versus Car: Who Is At Fault?

November 26th, 2014

According to statistics provided by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 4,000 pedestrians are killed by vehicles each year. Greater than 70,000 pedestrians are injured by motor vehicles. You may have been led to believe that

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Pedestrian Car Accidents Reported To Be On The Rise In North Carolina

April 5th, 2013

Two pedestrian car accidents marked the end of March in North Carolina. One gentleman was killed by a van and another man was hit by a car while walking to work. The North Carolina Highway Patrol has investigated 497 pedestrian

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Distracted Driver Claims The Life Of Innocent Victim

August 23rd, 2010

A Charlotte, North Carolina car accident claimed the life of an innocent pedestrian Sunday morning, and a second pedestrian is clinging to life at Carolinas Medical Center. The Charlotte Observer reports that 21 year old Leah Anne Watson was driving

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School Bus Safety

August 20th, 2010

Our Charlotte, North Carolina car accident lawyers want to remind you to exercise extra caution on the roadways as Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will begin classes on Wednesday, August 25. School buses are already navigating Charlotte’s roads learning their routes. Under North

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