As the temperature increases, so does the need to exercise additional caution while on the road as more and more motorcyclists pull their bikes out of storage and hit the road. In order to preserve the safety of everyone, extra vigilance is needed. Unfortunately, a wrongful death case could be on the horizon after a man on a motorcycle was killed in Fayetteville.
Having a driver's license is a privilege in Fayetteville that comes with great responsibility. Motorists have a responsibility to drive safely, and they also have a responsibility to obtain auto insurance in order to protect themselves and others from suffering major financial consequences in the event of a serious or fatal accident.
Last week on our Fayetteville, North Carolina, personal injury law blog, we had mentioned that Thanksgiving week is notorious for fatal motor vehicle accidents. More folks travel during this time of year to go visit their families, and more travelers on the road combined with inclement weather or poor driving decisions can lead to serious or fatal car wrecks.
Last week, a Fayetteville motorist was injured when a pickup truck suddenly crashed into her vehicle on Cedar Creek Road. The driver of the passenger vehicle was hospitalized for minor injuries.
Last week, Fayetteville residents were reminded of how dangerous trucking accidents can be after an 18-wheeler and a passenger car collided at the intersection of Ramsey Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The tractor-trailer was transporting diesel fuel and spilled about 150 gallons of the fuel onto the road when the crash happened.
Fayetteville patients go to their doctors for help. They expect to receive accurate diagnoses and the proper type of treatment for their illnesses, injuries and life-threatening health conditions. Patients don't expect to be harmed by their doctors when they are in need of medical help.
One of the most difficult experiences a parent could ever be forced to go through is to lose a child after an accident. Sadly, one Cumberland County family was recently put through this very difficult and trying situation.
Earlier today, a Silver Alert was issued by the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons after it was reported that an elderly Fayetteville man went missing from his home. The alert was issued because the man might be at risk of endangering himself or others due to a cognitive impairment.
A foreclosure auction for the Advanced Internet Technologies (AIT) building is scheduled for September 26, but the company said that the business is in good health and is not ceasing operations anytime soon. The owner of AIT said the business plans to remain in its space by leasing some of the building long-term, post-foreclosure.
A couple of weeks ago on our Fayetteville personal injury law blog, we had mentioned that the North Carolina State Highway Patrol would be increasing its monitoring of school zones in an effort to reduce car accidents and pedestrian accidents that tend to spike during the first few weeks of the new school year.