A rear-end crash, also called a rear-ender, is a car accident that occurs when one vehicle hits the back of another car. Rear-end collisions are usually caused by driver error, such as following too closely, distracted driving, or speeding. While most rear-end accidents don’t cause serious injuries or damages, they
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Founded in 1771, Greenville is a relatively small city in North Carolina. However, as the principal city of the Greenville metropolitan area, it is the 12th-most populous city in North Carolina. As it continues to grow, the number of car accidents in Greenville is also rising. In 2020, there were
Founded in 1771, Greenville is the county seat of Pitt County, North Carolina. The city’s official population as of the 2020 United States census estimate is 87,521 Greenvillians, while the Greenville Metropolitan Area includes 170,243 people. The city is also home to East Carolina University, the state’s fourth-largest university by
If you have been injured in an accident, one of your biggest concerns will likely be how you will make up for the wages you lose as a result. This can be especially difficult if you are the main breadwinner in your household. Thankfully, if you live in Greenville, NC,
There are plenty of places to ride your motorcycle or scooter in North Carolina. The state has a variety of scenic routes that wind through the mountains and along the coast. Before taking your bike out on the road, be sure to check the weather conditions and dress appropriately for
If you are a motorcyclist, you know that riding can be a lot of fun. But it is also important to be aware of the dangers that come with riding. North Carolina is home to many motorcycle collisions each year. If you plan on riding a motorcycle in North Carolina,
North Carolina is a great place to ride your motorcycle. The state is filled with beautiful scenery and beaches. Whether you choose to ride the Blue Ridge Parkway through the mountains, visiting towns such as Boone or Asheville or along the ocean and its many beaches along the Outer Banks
Workers in North Carolina may feel alarmed when they discover that the state allows for “at-will” employment. In other words, unless there is a legal contract between the employee and the employer, the employer can: Change the employee’s position Alter the employee’s salary Terminate the employee Reduce your vacation time
If you’re like most people, you know North Carolina is a place with beautiful beaches and rolling hills. However, you may not know that Cabarrus County has its share of dangerous roads and intersections. At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, our attorneys have more than 100 years of
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