Category: Articles

Posted by Carl Nagle | Mar 27th, 2019 |

Do I have a wrongful death case?

Across America, over 100 people per day die in vehicle and industrial accidents. That’s one person succumbing nearly every 15 seconds. Unfortunately, some of those deaths take place in North Carolina; in fact, the North Carolina fatality rate is higher than many other states, averaging over 15 deaths per 100,000 people per year, approaching 1500…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Feb 19th, 2019 |

Should I Accept a Settlement Offer from the Insurance Company?

Every year thousands of vehicle accidents take place in North Carolina. Many of them cause the injured party to suffer serious personal injuries and property damage at the hands of an insured party. Almost all of these involve an insurance claim that is routinely assigned to an insurance adjuster who has only one goal in…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Nov 13th, 2018 |

Why a Personal Injury Lawyer Will Not Take Your Case

Contrary to popular belief, personal injury lawyers do not take every case that walks through the door. The last thing an attorney wants to do is take a new case that ends with an inadequate result or unhappy client.As might be expected, there are a number of factors personal injury attorneys will consider before taking…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Sep 27th, 2018 |

Understanding Complex Truck Accidents in North Carolina

In a collision between an 18-wheeler and automobile, the truck always wins. It doesn’t take a weatherman to know its raining. The same is true of large truck accidents. More than one in 10 of all road fatalities results from a vehicle colliding with a truck that weighs more than 10,000 pounds. Nationally this converts…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Sep 19th, 2018 |

Compensation for DUI (DWI) Accident Victims in North Carolina

You’ve been injured in an auto accident with a drunk driver. Emergency Medical Service rushed you to the ER and you received treatment. Now you’re seeing your primary doctor and maybe some specialists…and the phone rings. That ringing phone should remind you of one thing: don’t talk to the insurance adjuster about anything until you…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Jul 20th, 2018 |

Tragic Shortfall in Mandatory Car Insurance Laws

Drivers be warned – Motor vehicle financial responsibility laws do not protect you in today’s world!  Auto insurance coverage was once a rare product, but for decades it has been required by most states for all drivers.  “Financial responsibility laws” are the state statutes that require drivers to carry liability coverage, which is coverage that pays others…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Jul 9th, 2018 |

Bicycle-Involved Auto Accidents

Bicycle-Involved Auto Accidents in North Carolina   When you are operating a bicycle on today’s roads, you are exposed to real danger. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, every day more than two people die from bike-auto accidents across the United States.  Total fatalities nationwide every year exceed 800!  As you might expect,…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Jun 20th, 2018 |

Uber or Lyft Car Accident Advice

Maximize Your Uber or Lyft Car Accident Recovery As more people download their apps, Uber and Lyft ride sharing become more and more popular. What started in the thousands has now skyrocketed into the millions of riders who prefer Uber or Lyft to the traditional taxi or plea for a free ride from family or…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Jun 12th, 2018 |

Careless Driver Motorcycle Accidents

Victim of a North Carolina Careless Driver Motorcycle Accident. As a motorcyclist driving on North Carolina’s roads, you are vulnerable. According to the National Highway Transportation and Safety Association, every year over 5,000 people die in motorcycle accidents. Of those, about 160 will die in North Carolina alone. Add to that another 100,000 people injured…


Posted by Carl Nagle | Jun 1st, 2018 |

Serious Injury Accidents in North Carolina with Uninsured Drivers

You wouldn’t believe how many serious injury accidents in North Carolina take place with uninsured drivers. One in 10 drivers across America is uninsured. Many more are insured, but only carry the bare minimum limits to cover personal injury claims arising from serious car accidents.  That means as you sit in your car or truck…