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Category: Personal Injury

Leading Causes of Car Accidents in North Carolina

We depend on cars every day to transport us to and from work, school, and other obligations. While cars are designed to make our lives easier, they can be dangerous, especially when people disregard certain safety precautions. North Carolina is no stranger to car accidents….

Five Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

Aging or illness makes it difficult for some individuals to care for themselves. Therefore, many decide to move into a nursing home to receive the level of care they need. Unfortunately, nursing homes sometimes place profits before quality care and fail to provide their residents…

How to Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), slip and fall accidents are the second leading cause of accidental fatalities across the country. Thousands of slip and falls occur each day, and these incidents account for 15 percent of accidental deaths in the United…

What is the Statute of Limitations on a Personal Injury Claim?

When you’re injured in an accident or as a result of someone else’s actions, there are natural consequences you’ll have to deal with. You’ll likely be burdened with medical bills that are a result of receiving medical treatment for your injuries. Depending on the severity…

Motorcycle Accidents – Insurance Issues

One of the biggest issues in representing riders involved in motorcycle accidents is the amount of insurance coverage available. Under North Carolina law a driver is required to carry is $30,000 Bodily Injury for each person, $60,000 total Bodily Injury for all persons involved.  Medical…