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Rear Ended--Who's At Fault?
is at fault in a rear-end crash? If you are like most people, your
immediate answer to that question is "The person in the rear
car." In most cases, you would be right. However, there are
cases in which someone who rear-ends another car may not be at fault or where
the fault may be shared between the parties. Before you accept the blame Read More
BadeWRAL reported at least 200 auto accidents caused by the recent snowstorm that hit North Carolina on January 25, 2013. While the storm brought less than an inch of snow, sleet and rain, it was enough to... Read More
In a new question and answer video (click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ibylhszC1w), Norfolk injury attorney Jim Hurley answers the question "Why not just settle with the insurance company after an auto wreck?