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Auger & Auger Supports AMG4D

June 26th, 2018

Auger & Auger is proud to support the Adam & Matthew Group 4 Dads, also known as AMG4D.  Auger & Auger attorney Herb Auger recently donated $500.00 to this outstanding organization.  AMG4D was started by Brian Wulf and it is an organization formed to support fathers of children with disabilities.

After spending many years as father to two severely disabled sons, Brian Wulf felt a vision of what kind of possibilities could be there to support and empower other fathers … Read more

Posted In: Community Support

Best Summer Motorcycle Routes in North Carolina

June 22nd, 2018

Part of the thrill of riding a motorcycle is being able to cruise over the open road and take in beautiful scenery. There may be no other better way to take in your surroundings than a bike ride. On a bike there is nothing separating you and your location and some people say that is the freedom they love and feel when they are on their motorcycle. If you are looking for some info on cool motorcycle routes in North … Read more

Posted In: In the Community, Motorcycle Accidents

Scooter accidents and the new e-scooter trend.

June 13th, 2018

If you have visited the Uptown district of Charlotte, then chances are you have seen people riding on electric scooters.  Recently three companies (Spin, Bird and Lime) have rolled out their e-scooters for the people of Charlotte to enjoy.  The scooter rentals are able to be transacted through apps for each of the companies.  Users can search using the app to find and unlock an “e-scooter”.  The scooters are rentals are quite affordable and pricing structures vary by each company.  … Read more

Posted In: Uncategorized

Preventing dog bites by recognizing possible warning signs

June 8th, 2018

Dogs are frightening to some people. For others, dogs are their best friends. There is regular talk in the media about specific breeds being dangerous as opposed to others recognized as traditional family canines. No matter how you feel about the more than 40 million dogs in the United States, the one thing our law firm always tries to express is that any dog is capable of biting.  Publicizing that fact will hopefully prevent some injuries.

The good news is Read more

Posted In: Dog and Animal Attacks

Hailey Avery Named Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award Recipient for Spring 2018

June 4th, 2018

Auger & Auger is happy to announce that Haley Avery is one of the recipients of our 2018 Spring Semester Disabled Scholar Award. These $1,000 scholarships are presented twice a year to high-achieving students across America who have worked hard to overcome the perceived limits of their disability. They have achieved excellence in and out of the classroom, and they have made a positive impact on their community.

In the summer of 2012, Hailey awoke one morning to find herself … Read more

Posted In: Disabled Scholar Recipients, In the Community, In The News, Scholarship

What Happens If I’m Injured in an Uber Accident?

June 1st, 2018

Uber is a popular ride sharing service used by millions of people around the globe. People choose to utilize Uber for a variety of reasons, whether they are commuting to work or had a bit too much to drink during a night out.

Few people get into a car being driven by an Uber driver expecting to be involved in an accident. But unfortunately car accidents do occur. If you are a passenger in an Uber vehicle or struck by Read more

Posted In: Uncategorized

Richard Angelo Killed in Matthews, NC by Drunk Driver

May 31st, 2018

Richard Angelo was killed by an alleged drunk driver in Matthews, NC on May 30, 2018.  The driver charged with DWI after she hit and killed a pedestrian, 22 year old Richard Angelo.  The Charlotte Observer reports that Mr. Angelo was pushing his bike down a road when he was hit.  The DWI charged driver was traveling in the same direction as Mr. Angelo and he was hit from behind.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.  The crash occurred … Read more

Posted In: Uncategorized

Charlotte basketball player James Hampton dies at AAU game in Virginia.

May 30th, 2018

James Hampton, a North Carolina AAU youth basketball player collapsed during play and passed away as a result of a sudden medical emergency on May 26, 2018.  The 17 year old young man played for Team United, which is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. The team was playing in Hampton, Virginia at a Nike Elite Youth Basketball League event in VA.

The Charlotte Observer reports that the team’s director, Mr. Jacoby Davis as saying that James Hampton was running … Read more

Posted In: Uncategorized

Summer Safety Tips for Riders and Drivers Alike

May 23rd, 2018

You can expect to see more people riding bicycles through your local neighborhood and urban streets as the weather heats up. People are more likely to ride a bicycle when the weather is warm than they are in the cold temperatures of fall and winter.

Besides warmer weather, more and more people are using bicycles to travel around town because of their cost and accessibility.  If you live in a larger city you may have even seen some of the Read more

Posted In: Bicycle Accidents, Car Accidents

Common Vacation Injuries to Avoid

May 16th, 2018

Tourist season is kicking into full gear. If you are in the Carolinas, chances are you may be heading to the beach for your much deserved vacation. No one ever wants to get sick or hurt; especially on a trip.  Knowing how to avoid common vacation injuries and accidents can help ensure that you and your family have a wonderful time from beginning to end. Keep you and your family safe and happy by protecting yourselves from the most common Read more

Posted In: Auger and Auger, Boating Accident, Golf Cart Accidents, Jet Ski Accidents, Safety Tips, Swimming Pool Accidents
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