From a broken back to neck injuries and brain trauma after hitting one’s head, there are many different ways in which car crash victims are injured in wrecks. However, some types of injuries receive less attention even though they can create many challenges in a victim’s life. For example, some people suffer severe lacerations in car crashes, which can not only cause a great deal of pain and permanent scarring but may get in the way of their ability to work and result in significant medical costs.
We've all seen them, or maybe we know them, or maybe we ARE them: People who text and drive.
When you take your child to a North Carolina day care, you expect your child to be safe. Sometimes, though, a child might sustain an injury while he or she plays on the playground equipment if the staff members do not keep a close eye on the kids. At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A., we know you have many questions about how these wounds occur.
You are driving on the freeway, navigating the usual traffic. You enter the left lane to get to your destination as quickly as possible. But once you change lanes, you find that you are stuck behind a large tractor-trailer--and it is moving very slowly.