On our main website, there is a line on the top right of the page that reads “Call Us 24/7, We Come to You.” This means that our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The part that says we come to you means that when you call and we agree to take your case, we send out an investigator to come to where ever you may be in North Carolina to find out more about your situation and help you get signed up.
Over the years, our investigators have traveled a lot of miles across North Carolina. Big cities, small cities, large towns, small towns it doesn’t matter we go to them all to get people the help they need. Along the way, our investigators get to meet all kinds of great people across North Carolina. This morning, Investigator Justin Fagge met a new kind friend on the back roads of Macon, North Carolina. The picture above pretty much says it all.
There is a lesson to be learned here. When driving, even on the back roads of the Tar Heel state, you must always stay alert as to what is coming next. Thankfully, the farm animal was on the side of the road and not in the road. In early November, we posted a blog about how North Carolina is a “high-risk” state when it comes to vehicles colliding with deer and other kinds of wildlife. So make sure if you’re in an area where it looks like wildlife or farm animals may be present that even though the roads may look clear, you just don’t know what is going to be over that next hill.