NC Car Accidents: Who’s at Fault?
A Cary car crash is being investigated, which killed a young couple in their 20s. Martikia Adams and Brian Cobb were driving on West Chatham Street and making a left turn onto Cary Parkway when their vehicle collided with another car that was speeding. The other car’s driver, Meghan Sladek, suffered injuries as well. Officials have not yet announced who was at fault in the accident. Cary traffic engineers said Monday that the intersection doesn't meet the criteria for a traffic light, saying "there haven't been enough collisions there,” according to WRAL.
What determines who is at fault in an auto accident? Whether a driver, pedestrian or cyclist was careless will hinge on credible information that you, the injured victim, provide. A police report that briefly mentions an officer’s opinion on an NC traffic law violation by the other driver could be the biggest piece of evidence in your favor.
The other driver or person who caused the car accident may have also violated traffic laws that were not included in a police report. Or, what happens if you don’t have a police report after your NC car accident? Meet with a NC car accident attorney at Brent Adams & Associates to discuss your car accident, the injuries and damages you sustained, and the history of medical treatment the accident has caused. Our NC injury lawyers will walk you through different traffic laws and insurance regulations that affect your rights and compensation.
Call 800.849.5931 to schedule a free consultation with a personal injury attorney in Raleigh, Fayetteville or Dunn. Alternatively, we can come to your home or hospital. Our NC injury attorneys will help you get the highest compensation you deserve. Whether you’re ready to go to trial, or if you need negotiating power with insurance companies, our NC injury lawyers will explain your best options during your confidential consultation.