Reckless Driving Vs. Distracted Driving in North Carolina 

Reckless driving and distracted driving are distinct types of dangerous behavior. People accused of reckless driving face the possibility of criminal prosecution. Distracted driving, on the other hand, may result in a traffic ticket under limited circumstances, but...

What Happens During My Free Consultation And How Do I Prepare? 

Free lawyer consultations are not uncommon, they are offered by most personal injury law firms. The purpose of the case review is primarily two-fold: For the lawyer to assess the details of a case and to make an initial determination, based on his/her experience, on...

Can I Recover Compensation for PTSD After a Car Accident? 

Post trauma stress disorder, also known as PTSD, can be claimed in some situations following an auto accident in North Carolina. Allowance for general damages such as PTSD are considered a form of compensatory relief for mental anguish for ongoing issues with an...

NC Car Accident Lawyer Explains Cell Phone Use While Driving 

Compared to many other states, North Carolina has limited laws against using mobile devices while driving motor vehicles. In 2019, the state legislature made it clear that no one of any age can legally send or read text messages while on the road. The primary...