A drunk driving accident in North Carolina is shedding light on the way restaurants and bars may be held liable for drunk driving accidents.
With summer quickly coming to its unofficial end as Labor Day approaches, countless American families will take to the roads to take advantage of their one last chance for a summer excursion before their kids get back into the full swing of school.
Originally dubbed the "miracle girl" by first responders, a young North Carolina woman now questions whether she would have ever even been injured by a drunk driver had North Carolina had tougher drunk driving laws.
Most states require mo-ped operators to have a driver's license, registration, insurance or some combination of the three - requirements not shared by North Carolina.
First it was drunk driving, then it was distracted driving and now it is drugged driving. It seems people don't just get in their car and drive anymore. Contrary to popular belief, marijuana does affect your coordination, concentration and reaction time. All of these impairments combine to make a car accident much more likely.