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Stanly County NC School Bus Crash With Tractor-Trailer Seriously Injures Several Students

A very serious crash on Thursday morning in Stanly County has resulted in multiple injured students who were riding a school bus.  The wreck happened around 7:15 am when a tractor-trailer ran into the back of the school bus on NC Highway 24-27.

The school bus was transporting 25 students to West Stanly High School.  Tow of the students were seriously injured as was the truck driver and a the driver of a Ford F-150 pickup truck that was also hit in the collision.

The driver of the tractor-trailer is facing charges associated with this serious collision.

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Nathan Page Killed in Fayetteville NC Crash

A gentleman named Nathan Page was tragically killed in a crash in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Saturday night.  The wreck happened just before 7:30 pm at the intersection of Skibo Road and Swain Street.

According to available information, Mr. Page was traveling south on Skibo Road when his vehicle collided with a Dodge Ram pickup that was turning left form Skibo onto Swain Street.

Mr. Page was ejected from his vehicle.  He was transported to the hospital but did not survive.  He was 29 years old and from Fayetteville.

There is no indication at this time regarding fault but the news accounts suggest that the driver of the Ram may have turned across the path of Mr. Page.  If we learn more about this wreck, we will update this post.

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Underpaid for North Carolina Total Loss Vehicle Claim Based on Market Valuation Report From CCC

Were you underpaid for your North Carolina vehicle total loss claim based on a market valuation report from a company called CCC?  If so, call us today.

Our lawyers are actively pursuing claims involving market valuation reports prepared by CCC and relied on by automobile insurance companies in North Carolina.  Our investigation indicates that many claims were not properly adjusted and paid by insurance companies.

If you have questions about whether you were properly paid for your totaled vehicle, we would be happy to discuss a possible claim for you.  Call 919-420-7867 and ask for attorney Michael Malone.

There is no charge for the call and we charge attorneys’ fees only if we recover for you.

 

Highway 70 Crash in Clayton NC Results in Multiple Injuries

A serious crash on US Highway 70 in Clayton, North Carolina has resulted in multiple injuries.  The crash happened on Saturday night around 8:00 near the intersection of Town Centre Boulevard.  According to available information, a Hyundai Tucson traveling eastbound on Highway 70 crossed the median into the westbound lane and hit a Toyota Camry head-on.  There is no word on how seriously the Camry driver was injured.

The driver of the Camry had to be extricated from his vehicle.  The woman driving the Hyundai and her 10 year old child were taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries.  A Chevy Traverse traveling westbound was also hit during the collision and the driver of the Traverse was also transported to a local emergency room for treatment.

There is no indication as to why the driver of the Hyundai lost control and crossed the median and into the opposite travel lane.  If we learn more about the cause of this accident, we will update this post.

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