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Category: Car Accidents

What are punitive damages in a car accident case? Punitive damages are a type of compensation that people may recover through personal injury lawsuits. They punish an at-fault party for egregiously wrongful acts and are meant to deter similar conduct in the future. Punitive damages are rarely awarded in North Carolina…

North Carolina has one of the strictest standards in the nation for recovering compensation in a car accident. North Carolina personal injury law follows a doctrine known as “pure contributory negligence.” According to this rule, if the person who files a car accident personal injury claim contributed to their own…

Increases in Required Auto Liability Coverage Limits Will Help Injured People in North Carolina, Personal Injury Attorney Robert C. Younce Says Changes to Underinsured Motorist Coverage Also Benefit Seriously Injured People Increases in the required minimum auto insurance liability limits are good news for people seriously injured in a car…

Clients in car accident cases often ask how much they should expect to recover from a personal injury claim. We cannot ever guarantee a specific amount, but we can promise to seek a fair settlement based on the facts of the injury case. What is a fair settlement for a…

New drivers learn that if they are ever in a car accident, they will need to share their name, driver’s license, insurance details, and vehicle registration information with the other drivers involved in the collision. After most car accidents, the police will compile the information about how a crash occurred…

If you were hurt in a car accident in North Carolina, you may have a right to pursue compensation from the at-fault driver’s insurance company for your medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. North Carolina law imposes a deadline, known as a statute of limitations, for filing a…

If you have been involved in a car crash, the sight of a hit-and-run driver speeding off without stopping is sure to make you upset and frustrated. But the immediate aftermath of a hit-and-run accident is a time to keep your wits about you, particularly if anyone in your vehicle…

Parents in North Carolina may have questions about whether to replace their child’s safety seat after a car accident. Faced with many childcare expenses, some parents may be reluctant to spend money on a replacement if the car seat doesn’t appear to be damaged. Experts say car seats that are…

In what it is calling “a remarkable reversal” from a stereotype about elderly drivers being crash prone, an auto safety advocacy group says drivers in their 70s are less likely to be involved in car accidents than drivers in their prime working years. A new study by the Insurance Institute…

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