Asheboro, NC – Three Hurt when Jeep Runs Stop Sign on Cox Mill Rd.

Asheboro, NC (May 16, 2021) – The North Carolina State Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a car accident in Asheboro on Saturday afternoon, May 15th. The accident took place along Cox Mill Road, just south of Asheboro, near Seagrove.

According to a report from troopers, a Jeep SUV was traveling eastbound along Cox Mill Road when the driver ran a stop sign and crashed into a Toyota pickup truck that was traveling southbound on North Carolina Highway 134. There were two occupants of the Jeep and one person in the Toyota at the time of the crash. All three individuals were transported to local hospitals with undisclosed injuries and all are in stable condition at this time. The driver of the Jeep was not wearing a seat belt when the crash took place.

Charges are pending and an investigation is ongoing at this time. The victims involved in the collision were not identified. No further details have been released.

We would like to offer our thoughts and well-wishes to those affected by this car accident in Asheboro. We hope for a complete and speedy recovery.

North Carolina Car Accidents  Asheboro, NC - Three Hurt when Jeep Runs Stop Sign on Cox Mill Rd.

No one ever gets into a vehicle expecting that they will be involved in a crash. Each day, we go about our daily routine and may end up traveling a considerable distance over many different types of roadways, including highways, city streets, and residential areas. We often do so without thinking of the dangers that come with operating or riding in a motor vehicle. In 2019, there were nearly 300,000 reported car accidents in North Carolina, with approximately 80,000 reported injuries as a result. The cause of these crashes ranged from impaired drivers to distracted and negligent drivers, including drivers who fail to follow basic traffic laws. Negligent drivers are responsible for more than 85% of all traffic accidents as innocent victims often find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.

If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident in North Carolina, you should have a thorough understanding of your legal rights. Under our state’s law, you should not be held responsible if you were hurt in a crash that was truly not your fault. If this is the case,  you could be entitled to recovery for your damages, including your pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and possibly more. A car accident can be devastating but the aftermath does not have to be.

Here at Burton Law Firm, we take an aggressive yet compassionate approach to all of our cases. Our clients are represented to the fullest extent of the law. Our North Carolina car accident attorneys will fight hard when you have been the victim of someone else’s carelessness and will ensure that you receive the compensation that you need and deserve.

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