In 2016, there were 267,494 reported motor-vehicle involved accidents. That is an average of 732 accidents per day. However, there are more accidents than this ...

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It’s difficult to know where to turn if you get hurt at work. Although getting medical care for a workplace injury should be your number-one priority, it is a...

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There are many misconceptions about the workers’ compensation system in North Carolina. Chief among these is the mistaken belief that you have to sue your emp...

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There is no such thing as a “typical” car accident. As a result, it is important not to get too caught up on what the “typical” amount of compensation i...

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The Philips Respironics recall affects millions of patients who rely on the company’s respiratory care devices at home and in clinical settings. One of the ma...

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The statute of limitations is the legal term for the length of time someone has to bring a particular type of claim. In personal injury cases, it is how long in...

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Motor scooters tend to have less powerful engines and lower top speeds than motorcycles. Given these differences, riding a motor scooter might seem safer. Howev...

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When workers get hurt on the job, they are faced with a number of difficult questions. Who will pay for my medical care? How long will I be out of work? Can I m...

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Motorcyclists often have a difficult time recovering the compensation they deserve after an accident. Bias from at-fault drivers and insurers represents one of ...

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Recently we wrote about a push by state lawmakers to end the contributory negligence standard in North Carolina. Such a change in the law would immensely benefi...

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