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Personal Injury - My doctor wants a Letter of Protection, what is that?

Many times in Personal Injury cases, the injured party does not have the funds to cover upfront medical costs while the medical provider expects to be paid at the time medical services are provided.  In these circumstances, a Letter of Protection can be supplied to the medical provider by both the attorney and client, which allows the client to receive medical treatment on credit. 

Personal Injury True or False: "Every dog gets a free bite"?

In North Carolina personal injury cases, owners of domestic animals, including dogs, are held liable for any injury caused by the animal, only where the owner knew or should have known of the animal's aggressive nature. This is not a negligence rule, so no measure of care in the animal's keeping will excuse the owner.

I was in a car accident, what do I do now?

In the world of Personal Injury, we all know car accidents happen every day in North Carolina and if you're involved in one the hope is that the damage is limited to your car.  The most common question we get from friends, family, and folks involved in accidents is "What do I do after getting in a car accident?" The purpose of this blog post is to provide a brief overview of the initial steps to take if you or someone you know is involved in a car accident.

Personal Injuries and Insurance Coverage

Sustaining a personal injury in a accident is hard enough without having to worry about if there will be money availible to pay for medical expenses and lost wages.  You should be focused on recovering from your injuries and not having to worry about how the mounting medical bills will be paid.  

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