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The Role of Dash Cams in Truck Accident Cases

June 17th, 2019

Dashboard camera for truck accident casesMore and more semi-truck drivers are choosing to implement dash cams in their vehicles to document any collision or other event they may be involved in. This is especially crucial on North Carolina’s roads, where trucks are often stuck in traffic and can be involved in accidents either caused by their own actions or by the actions of other drivers.

However, even if truck drivers do have their own dash cams, their case isn’t always cut and dried. An experienced … Read more

Posted In: Truck Accidents

Calculating a Lost Wage Claim After a Car Accident Injury

May 30th, 2019

After a car accident, medical bills can be quite expensive, even if you have health insurance. On top of that difficulty, severe injuries may cause you to miss multiple days — or even weeks — of work. In this scenario, you’re not only gathering a large amount of medical debt, but you’re also missing out on the income you would normally use for day-to-day expenses.

If your injuries were caused in a car accident that was someone else’s fault, you … Read more

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Jury Awards $2,000,000,000 to Couple Claiming Roundup Weed Killer Caused Their Cancer

May 14th, 2019


Bayer was ordered to pay a California couple more than 2 billion dollars in damages on 5/13/19 after a jury ruled in favor of the couple’s claim that their 30-year use of Bayer’s Roundup weed killer caused their cancer. This 2-billion-dollar award is the largest jury result of 2019 as of the date of the verdict. It is also noted that the result is the eighth-largest ever in a claim related to defective products litigation. This latest trial is … Read more

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North Carolina Considering Hands-Free Law

April 30th, 2019

man texting while driving

It’s no secret or surprise that distracted driving is a major issue on North Carolina’s roads. In 2018 alone, there were 123 deaths in the state attributed to distracted driving. While there are any number of reasons why a driver can get distracted, such as eating, looking at scenery or even dealing with kids in the car, no reason is more common — or dangerous — than cell phone use.

On average, it takes about five seconds to read a … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Charlotte Electric Scooters: Follow the Rules or Pay More?

April 5th, 2019

As we have previously written, Charlotte like many other cities has been overtaken by electric scooters.  It is unlikely that you will spend very much time in uptown Charlotte without seeing someone riding electric scooters that they can rent through an app on their phone. This issue of scooters in the city has been a hot button issue in the Queen City, as it has been in other cities as well.  While most of the focus on these scooters … Read more

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Fault and a Car Accident In North Carolina

March 29th, 2019

The question of who was at fault for a car accident can have serious consequences. Car accidents in North Carolina have serious consequences in terms of medical treatment for injuries, pain, suffering, and damage to vehicles. In NC, if someone is determined to have been even partially (think 1% out of 100%) at fault (contributory negligence) for the car accident, they will likely be unable to recover against the other party that may have been mostly or almost totally responsible … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

What Kind of Information Is on a Police Report (And Why is it Important)?

March 19th, 2019


  • North Carolina law requires a full and complete accident report for any accidents that cause personal injury, and/or over $1,000 in estimated property damage. Additionally, any vehicle carrying hazardous substances that is involved in an accident will also require a police report.
  • Requesting a certified report only costs $5 and can generally be requested after a car accident report has been completed by the reporting law enforcement agency.

police officer writing car accident crash reportAfter a car wreck in North Carolina, it is advisable to … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Be Safe On St. Patrick’s Day (and every day)!

March 15th, 2019


St Patricks Day dog – french bulldog

It is hard to believe that it’s already St. Patrick’s Day!  Whether you are Irish or not, we wish everyone a safe and fun St. Patrick’s Day.  This year March 17th falls on a Sunday which means that anyone out on St. Patty’s night may reconsider because they have to work on Monday. That being said, anyone out and about on St. Patrick’s Day should still expect a significant amount of people … Read more

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4 Places to Ride Your Bicycle in Raleigh this Spring

March 14th, 2019

family riding bikes in raleighIt’s been a cold, dreary winter this year in Raleigh, and it sometimes seems like warm weather won’t ever be back. But just like all seasons, spring will come — in fact, it’s just around the corner! Before spring arrives, it’s a good idea to plan a few weekend activities for you and the family to make sure you’re getting out and soaking in the sunshine.

One of the best ways the whole family can enjoy the outdoors is with … Read more

Posted In: Personal Injury

4 “Locals Only” Destinations in Raleigh

March 5th, 2019

box of donutsDespite having an area population nearly a million strong, Raleigh often sits under the radar when it comes to people looking for hip destinations. Fortunately, that’s just the way locals like it! Between being able to grab a craft cocktail without a long wait or knowing the perfect spot for chicken and waffles on a Sunday morning, Raleigh’s citizens enjoy some enticing delicacies all on the down-low.

Area business owners look out for their customers, too, with secret menu options … Read more

Posted In: Personal Injury
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