Fayetteville, NC DWI Wreck Leaves Passenger Dead

By Richard Shapiro, Wrongful Death Attorney in North Carolina

An attorney with the Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton law firm recently wrote about a fatal car accident in North Carolina that was allegedly caused by a drunk driver. The deceased victim was a passenger in the wrecked vehicle, and another passenger suffered serious injuries. To learn more, read “Woman Killed in Single-Car DWI Accident in Fayetteville, NC.”

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About the Editors: North Carolina personal Injury Lawyers with the Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton law firm do only injury and accident law. We have experience handling car, truck, motorcycle, van and SUV accident claims, and our case results speak for themselves. Rick Shapiro and James Lewis have been listed among the Best Lawyers in America since 2008. We have an office in Elizabeth City, North Carolina (NC), but we often represent clients in Rocky Mount, Charlotte and Greenville, on the Outer Banks, and in other North Carolina cities.

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Elderly North Carolina Woman Crashes Into DMV Office, Causing Personal Injuries and Property Damage

By Jim Lewis, Carolina Car Accident Injury Attorney

My colleague Randy Appleton reported recently on our firm’s Carolina personal injury attorneys’ website that an elderly driver crashed into a DMV building right after taking her driving test in mid-November 2011. Randy reminded us of warning signs from AARP.org on when it may be time for an elderly to stop or limit his or her driving.

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About the Editors: North Carolina personal Injury Lawyers with the Shapiro, Cooper, Lewis & Appleton law firm do only injury and accident law. We have experience handling car, truck, motorcycle, van and SUV accident claims, and our case results speak for themselves. Rick Shapiro and James Lewis have been listed among the Best Lawyers in America since 2008. We have an office in Elizabeth City, North Carolina (NC), but we often represent clients in Rocky Mount, Charlotte and Greenville, on the Outer Banks, and in other North Carolina cities.