In a few years, ride-sharing has become one of the most popular ways to commute in North Carolina and countrywide. And why not? It's economical, feasible, and convenient.
In almost all automobile accidents, it is essential to prove the fault of the liable party (who made a mistake and was negligent). Even if you’re sure that the other driver was at fault, it still is not enough to hold the at-fault party financially responsible for your injuries. You need to prove it by showing evidence. This is where legal assistance from a seasoned lawyer in North Carolina may be required. A lawyer can help navigate you through the process and collect the necessary evidence to prove the fault of the other driver after a car accident.
Did you know that, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), car drivers are at a higher risk of getting into accidents during the summer season than any other time of the year? Moreover, June, July, and August are the peak months for car accidents, also known as the 100 deadliest days of summer. Let’s take a look at the statistics before discussing the top reasons why accidents increase during summertime.