Category: Car Accidents

Getting in a car is the riskiest thing you can do. Seriously. Auto accidents are the number one cause of death for Americans under the age of 34, killing 40,000 people each year.

Sharing the road with a drunk driver, however, puts you at the highest risk for getting into a car accident.

Now, technically you can be on the road with a drunk driver at any time. But certain days, times, and events tend to bring out more boozy drivers than the rest of the year. If you plan on driving during [...]

Auto accidents are not always easy to navigate.

Luckily, we’ve got an A-Z checklist of everything you can do to prevent auto accidents, the information you’re going to need if you are involved in a car accident, and the policies and procedures for filing claims in our state.

Read the below and you’ll know everything you need to know if you are ever in a car crash in North Carolina.

Apps – If your insurance provider has a mobile app, keep it on your phone. You will be able to quickly pull up [...]

In the moments after you’ve been in a car accident, you may feel confused and flustered, your only real overriding desire to make sure that everyone is safe.

Unfortunately, for insurance purposes, you need to spend the next few minutes documenting and gathering information about your car, other cars in the accident, and the contact information any other involved drivers.

Nowadays, we have apps for everything, so it should come as no surprise that there are a few different apps to guide you through the process of collecting information after an auto accident. [...]

Summer is here! It’s time for beach trips, barbecues, and some much-needed relaxation.

And since everyone in North Carolina is going to be thinking the exact same thing, now is also the best time to refresh your memory on ways to stay safe behind the wheel – because our roads are about to get a lot more crowded!

Unfortunately, our friends and neighbors don’t have the best reputation for safe driving already. And summertime is one of the most dangerous times for traffic-related accidents and fatalities.

So how do you avoid injuries and [...]

Every day, people get in their cars and drive. And while there’s a certain freedom associated with driving, it can also be extremely dangerous if you’re not cautious.

Globally, almost 1.3 million people die in car crashes every year, with an additional 20 to 50 million injured or disabled. Over 37,000 of those crash fatalities are right here in the United States, and about 2.35 million people are injured or disabled annually.

If you’re not shocked by these incredibly high numbers, you should be. The likelihood of being involved in an accident and [...]