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How can drowsy driving impact you?

Drivers in North Carolina have to face plenty of dangers on the road every day. Dangerous behaviors can include driving under the influence, reckless driving and drowsy driving. Over the years, drowsy…

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Are self-driving cars the newest risk to pedestrians?

Pedestrians are the most vulnerable on roadways in North Carolina. They have no protection against a vehicle that may hit them. They will always lose in an accident. This is why there…

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Do not ignore these symptoms after a crash

After getting into a car accident, there are many things North Carolina drivers need to do. Sharing information with the other drivers, filling out a police report, figuring out what to do…

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What to do after an accident with an uninsured driver

Though we all do our best to drive safely, accidents can occur even when you were driving carefully. When this happens, most advice instructs you to exchange insurance information with the other…

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How can you stop your teen from distracted driving?

Teens all over North Carolina count down the days until they are old enough to go to the Department of Motor Vehicles and take the exam to obtain a learner’s permit. They…

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Driving tips to avoid truck accidents

Because of the size and weight of semi trucks and tractor trailers, drivers of smaller vehicles can become seriously injured in a collision with this type of truck. Taking action to drive…

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Attentive driving is safe driving

In 2016, in North Carolina, there were 267,494 motor vehicle accidents. With so many drivers on the road, it is important for people to take into account how to drive safely. Attentive…

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Speeding and bicycle accidents

Riding a bike can be dangerous for countless reasons. Aside from threats that do not involve drivers, such as a bicyclist pushing themselves even though they have certain health concerns, there are…

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The deadly consequences of distracted driving

Getting in the car and running errands, going to work and heading out for the weekend is automatic for many North Carolina. Many drivers multi-task while driving, instead of focusing on the…

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3 things to do after a house fire

Going through a house fire is a tragedy. Regardless of the extent of the fire, you may end up losing valuable items and access to your home in North Carolina. You will…

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Living with traumatic brain injury

Traumatic b r ain injuries can occur in North Carolina for a variety of reasons. They may be due to an automobile wreck, an accident at work or as a result of…

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North Carolina Bad Faith Insurance Law Firm

Knowledge · Experience · A Record of Results When insurers fail to make good on homeowners’, automobile, or health insurance policies, the insured may need to resort to legal action to enforce…

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Was the Catawba River and Mountain Island Flooding Avoidable?

A week after the flood, residents along the Catawba River and Mountain Island Lake continue their dry-out and clean-up. By many meteorologists’ accounts, the area experienced a forecasted large rain even last…

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Anesthesia Care Causing Injury or Death

Local healthcare institutions have attempted to reduce cost by changing the model used for Anesthesia services. CRNA’a are providing most of the care and Anesthesiologist s are not being appropriately utilized, especially…

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ROUND UP Is Linked to Cancer

My law firm is looking at Round Up cases in the Charlotte community. Use and exposure to Round Up has been linked to certain forms of cancer. Four years ago, a United…

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