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North Carolina Auto accident Laws

HomeAuto Accident North CarolinaNorth Carolina Auto accident Laws

North Carolina is a Tort Liability state, which allows the litigation process to address the damages that result during an auto accident.

The statute of limitations for a North Carolina auto accident is three years, i.e.,

one should file a law suit within this period only.

An At- fault driver:

In general, in a car crash a driver is found negligent and so a lawsuit is filed against him/her.

  • A driver in general is regarded as the cause or at-fault for the accident.
  • Once a driver is found guilty or is determined at fault, his/her insurance provider will pay for the damages.

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