WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE IN A CAR ACCIDENT

Pull Over – If you were involved in a car crash that includes damage, personal injury, or death, North Carolina requires by law that you stop your vehicle by pulling over to the side of the road. You may temporarily leave the scene of the crash to get medical help or call a police officer; otherwise, you must remain at … Read More

NORTH CAROLINA TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS

Many people in North Carolina often consider getting a traffic ticket a common occurrence, and not a serious offense. They may simply take advantage of the option of paying the ticket in advance to avoid attending a court hearing. In North Carolina, this is easy as there is an automated system to pay ticket fines online. However, what people may … Read More

UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FELONY AND A MISDEMEANOR

If facing allegations of criminal charges in Cumberland County, it is important to understand the process and how courts work. With all the information online and how overwhelming a criminal charge can be, we strongly recommend you talk to an experienced lawyer after an arrest or summons. Facing criminal charges can be stressful and cause much anxiety. Much of the … Read More

FEDERAL TRAFFIC TICKETS

FEDERAL TRAFFIC TICKETS  With our office being located just outside the largest military base in the United States, we are familiar with all military matters, including on-base traffic tickets. Traffic tickets on military bases are enforced by federal law, and if you’re charged with a traffic offense or other crime on a federal installation, you will be given a court … Read More

CAR ACCIDENT COMMANDMENTS

Do you know what to do after you’re involved in a car accident? It is important not to make a misstep. Car accidents cause injuries to thousands of people in North Carolina every year. According to data provided by the NCDOT, 273,374 people were involved in car accidents in North Carolina in 2020. They caused nearly 105,318 serious injuries, and … Read More