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National Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund

While vaccines are intended to further the health and well-being of children and adults – and for the most part do – there have been instances when these sa...

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NC Advocates for Justice Highlight Ann Ochsner Amicus Brief

Recently, Attorney Ann Ochsner wrote an amicus brief that was featured by the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. This brief discussed the issue of multiple t...

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Whitley Law Firm Now Taking Unpaid Overtime Cases

One of our founders, Attorney Robert E. Whitley, Jr, has been practicing law for over two decades. In that time, he has served the workforce of Raleigh and the ...

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What is An Intentional Tort Case?

In a standard personal injury claim, you are dealing with a negligence case, a case where someone accidentally but carelessly inflicted injuries. As you could p...

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Medicare & Personal Injury Claims

If you have been injured and have filed a personal injury claim while also receiving Medicare, you are required by law to repay Medicare for payments made for t...

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The Legal Options of Injured Motorcycle Passengers

Any motor vehicle crash can be intense for all involved, but when it comes to motorcycle accidents, with no outer frame or so much as an airbag to protect rider...

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Five of the Most Common Types of Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

After poring over nearly 250,000 different internal medicine malpractice claims, researchers compiled a list of the top five reasons people file medical malprac...

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What Goes Into Calculating a Personal Injury Award?

When a personal injury case goes to trial, not only does a jury have to assess whether or not to side with the plaintiff or the defendant, but if their verdict ...

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Financial Exploitation Lawsuit Settled by Elderly Woman’s Family

WCNC.com reported on a confidential settlement that a family had reached with an investor, one who is accused by the family of taking advantage of a now 88-year...

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Record Number of Dog Bite Claims Filed Last Year

This week is National Dog Bite Prevention Week, and American insurance companies said they had received 17,359 dog bite claims in 2013, the highest amount in a ...

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