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Series of NC Car Crashes Around the Holidays


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2/2/2012
Brent Adams
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Holiday traffic in the greater-Raleigh area caused several car crashes. Car wrecks involving teen drivers, and drivers charged with DWI, caused serious injuries and death from the holiday shopping season through the New Year.

Severe Car Accident Injuries

One North Raleigh car wreck was caused by a young woman, Elizabeth Stevens, the day before her twenty-first birthday. Stevens’ 2004 Jeep hit and killed Dewahn Tyler, 32, the driver of a 2008 Hyundai. Stevens now faces charges of underage driving while impaired, driving while impaired, speeding, failure to stop at a red light and felony death by vehicle.

NC Vehicle Wrecks

Several single-wreck vehicles, with causes still undetermined, also occurred. From the busy stretches of the Durham Freeway and I-85 in Guilford, to small town roads in Warren County, the greater Triangle area has been strapped with car accidents, tractor-trailer crashes and backed up traffic while service crews tend to victims at the scenes of the accidents. In several cases, drivers and passengers were trapped in their vehicles. Read about our tips for escaping a vehicle if you’re trapped inside.

Car Accident Injury Attorney Raleigh

Car accident attorneys in Raleigh, Dunn and Fayetteville with Brent Adams & Associates help victims of car crashes anywhere in North Carolina. Building strong claims to pursue lost wages, medical bill compensation, future medical treatment and pain and suffering, our NC auto accident lawyers know exactly how insurance companies operate and how to maximize innocent victims’ claims.

Category: Car Accidents


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