Powerful winter storms this past President’s Day weekend spurred a flurry of car accidents in North Carolina and surrounding states, traditionally known for milder weather.Our Asheville car accident attorneys know that unless you’re a northern transplant, you likely don’t have much experience driving in the snow and ice. That’s because North Carolina and most surrounding states are known for sunshine. Cooler nights from November through March might cause us to break out a sweater or two, but rarely do salt trucks patrol neighborhoods here the way they do up north during the winter months.
That’s what took so many people off guard in the recent spate of storms that sprawled from Kentucky and Tennessee to Virginia, West Virginia and throughout North Carolina, dumping more than 9 inches of snow across the region.
Specifically in North Carolina, the