Trucking Accidents By the Numbers

Plus, a few simple reminders about how to share the road with large trucks. America’s trucking industry is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy—did you know that trucking moves roughly 70% of all freight in the U.S? That’s a lot of big trucks on our roadways… While the vast majority of truck drivers practice safe […]

Assessing Your Auto Insurance Coverage in 2021

As our lives adapt to evolving safety regulations, alternative work and school schedules, you might be wondering how these changes impact your auto insurance. First things first, DO NOT cancel your car insurance—even if you’re driving significantly fewer miles. Driving without insurance can result in steep fines and license suspension. More importantly, if you’re found […]

Stay Focused Behind the Wheel

Don’t let the holidays distract you from safe driving. Distracted driving, which includes many kinds of activities that take a drivers’ attention from the road, results in thousands of preventable fatalities every year. And busy holiday schedules make it harder to keep focused. In fact, some holiday shoppers hunt for deals—even when they’re behind the […]

Most Recalled Vehicles of 2018

According to data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), vehicle “recall completion rates for most component categories fall within a range of 60% to 75%.” In other words, between 25 and 40 percent of recalled auto parts are not fixed by the owner, car dealership, or manufacturer. Sadly, these open recalls put […]

North Carolina Truck Accident Facts and Statistics

According to the most recent data, there were more than 14,000 large truck accidents in North Carolina in 2016. More than 150 people were killed in these accidents, and thousands were injured. Here’s a quick look at important facts and statistics related to large truck accidents in North Carolina and throughout the US. Heavy Truck […]

North Carolina Auto Accident Facts, Statistics & FAQs

North Carolina’s Division of Motor Vehicles is charged with promoting highway safety to more than 10 million people living in the Tar Heel state. Part of that task includes collecting state-specific data about crashes, the people who cause them, and what conditions led to the accident. Below, the injury lawyers from DeMayo Law Offices review […]

Why Are Airbags Recalled So Often?

Airbags are one of the most important safety features in modern vehicles. But for most drivers, airbags are a mystery. Why have so many airbags been recalled? How can a safety feature also be a danger? Below, the DeMayo Law Offices will help clear up the confusion and provide important safety information about airbags. Airbag […]

What We Know About Teen Drivers in North Carolina

Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death among North Carolina teens, according to the state’s 2018 Highway Safety Plan. Below, the car accident attorneys at DeMayo Law Offices summarize important information from the most recent safety plan and discuss how parents and guardians can reduce accident risks among teens and young drivers. […]

Seat Belt Use & Injury Claims in North Carolina

In 2011, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) established new uniform criteria for observational surveys of seat belt use across the U.S. The results of the latest survey reveal trends in seat belt use specific to our state. Below, the car accident attorneys at the DeMayo Law Offices highlight survey results from 2017, review […]

How North Carolina’s Safe Driver Incentive Plan (SDIP) Works

Responsible drivers know that safe driving isn’t just for protection: it’s also an easy way to save money. North Carolina’s Safe Driver Incentive Plan (SDIP) gives drivers a financial incentive to drive safely on our roadways. Below, the auto accident attorneys from The DeMayo Law Offices explain how you can save money on monthly premiums […]

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