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Andre Houze Killed in Durham NC Hit and Run Crash

A gentleman named Andre Houze has passed away following a wreck on November 13, 2018 in Durham NC where he was hit by a hit-and-run vehicle.  The incident happened around 9:10 pm on East Cornwallis Road near South Roxboro Street.  Mr. Houze was 61 years old.

Police are still looking for the vehicle that hit Mr. Houze.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Durham Police Department at 919-560-4935 ext 29449.

Hendren, Redwine & Malone posts this article to allow people who visit our website access to stories and information that might be of interest and, where appropriate, to make decisions about matters that may improve their lives. By posting this article, Hendren, Redwine & Malone makes no representations as to any relationship we may have with any of the individuals or businesses that are discussed in the article. If you are a family member of someone discussed in this article and have some concerns about the posting of this article, please contact us immediately. This post is an advertisement for legal services.

If you or a family member were involved in this incident and have questions about your legal rights, please call Hendren, Redwine & Malone and ask to speak with Mike Malone. You can also send an email to Mike Malone by using the message box on the right. We typically respond within an hour of receiving a message.

 

Pedestrian Guy Vanderver Killed in Kill Devil Hills NC Crash

A gentleman named Guy Vanderver was tragically killed on Friday evening in Kill Devil Hills NC when he was hit by a car.  The crash happened as Mr. Vanderver was walking across US 159 near 1822 N. Croatan Highway ay around 9:40 pm.  Mr. Vanderver was 55 years old.  No other information about Mr. Vanderver is available at this time.

Based on the extensive work of the Kill Devil Hills police department, it has been determined that the driver of the vehicle warrants charges including felony death by motor vehicle.  The police are still looking fro additional witnesses and anyone with information about this crash is asked to call Sgt. Mike Sudduth at 252-449-5337.

Read more about this terrible accident.

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Jada Billups Killed in Johnston County NC Crash

A young woman named Jada Billups was tragically killed in a crash in Johnston County, North Carolina on Tuesday night.  The crash happened at the intersection of NC Highway 42 and Creech Road at approximately 10:00 pm.  According to available information, Ms. Billups was traveling on Creech Road when a man driving a Jeep ran the stop sign at the intersection.

Ms. Billups was only 19 years old.  At least one other person was seriously injured in the crash.

Police are apparently still investigating the crash to determine if charges will be brought against thee driver of the Jeep.  However, it would seem reasonably clear that the driver of the Jeep failed to yield at the intersection and that he would be charged for this crash.

Read more about this tragic accident.

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USAA Total Loss Vehicle Claim in North Carolina

Was your vehicle declared a total loss in a North Carolina accident where USAA was the insurance company?

Our firm is currently investigating cases where we believe USAA may have underpaid total loss vehicle claims in North Carolina.  USAA has apparently outsourced the valuation of total loss claims to a company called CCC One.  CCC One then prepares a market valuation report which supposedly provides the value of the total loss vehicle.

We believe that the market valuation reports from CCC One may undervalue the totaled vehicle by hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars.  In many cases, the consumer feels trapped and without any right to challenge the CCC One valuation.

If you had a vehicle that was declared a total loss following a North Carolina crash and you received an offer or payment from USAA that appears to undervalue your vehicle, please fell free to give us a call to discuss your situation.  Please ask to speak with attorney Mike Malone.  There is no charge for the call and we will only charge you attorneys fees if we recover for you.