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Legal Issues Involving Young Children as Passengers in Cars

Every state in the country has laws in place geared toward protecting infants and small children from being injured in car accidents. Before you get behind the wheel with a young child as a passenger, it’s important you understand these laws, both for the safety of your child and to prevent yourself from being subject… Read More »

What You Should Do if Injured in a Car Accident

If you are involved in a car accident and you or any of your passengers are injured, it is important you act immediately for everyone’s safety and to preserve your chances of being compensated for your injuries. Even if you think the injuries are not serious, it’s important to take these steps anyway, as the… Read More »

How Can Workers’ Compensation Laws Affect Wrongful Death Claims?

Workers’ compensation laws prevent any injured workers from filing personal injury lawsuits against their employers in court. As soon as you decide to make your workers’ compensation claim, you waive the right to file a lawsuit. This means injured employees have to carefully consider whether they have a case for negligence against the employer and… Read More »

The Most Common Causes of Truck Accidents

There are a number of inherent dangers involved with large semi-trucks being present on the road with other smaller passenger vehicles. When these big rigs get into accidents, there are often catastrophic results — and even minor errors may lead to big crashes. But what exactly are the most common causes of truck accidents? The… Read More »

When is Employer Liability a Factor in Car Accident Claims?

If a car accident occurs when one of the drivers was driving as part of his or her job duties, there may be issues of employer liability. The following are the most common situations in which employers could be held liable for car accidents: Employer negligence An employer could, for example, be negligent in how… Read More »

How to Negotiate a Settlement for Pain and Suffering Damages

After you have been injured in an accident, you have the right to seek compensation for your damages. These damages are not just the amount of money you lost having to pay for medical expenses and vehicle repairs, but also the physical pain and emotional suffering you experienced. However, it can be quite difficult to… Read More »

How Do Preexisting Injuries Affect Personal Injury Claims?

In some personal injury claims, the injured party might have had a preexisting injury, which could add some complications to the process. If this is true in your case, you can expect the defense to find this out and attack your claim based on the presence of a preexisting injury. Although plaintiffs are not allowed… Read More »

A List of Important North Carolina Motorcycle Safety Laws

There are a number of safety laws in place North Carolina motorcyclists must follow when they take the open road. Here are a few of the most important ones you should be aware of: Safety helmets: All motorcyclists are required under state law to wear helmets at all times. Eye protection: Not required, but certainly… Read More »

Experts: North Carolina Should Require Safety Training for Boaters

Boating safety groups have made a new push to require all boating operators throughout North Carolina to undergo safety training. This comes after three boating fatalities occurred over the Fourth of July weekend. Under current state law, only people born in 1988 or later are required to undergo boater safety training before they operate a… Read More »

State Employees Not Getting Workers’ Compensation Checks

State employees in North Carolina who had suffered injuries while on the job recently went approximately a month without getting their workers’ compensation checks, but the state assured them the problem would be corrected soon. Eileen Townsend, chief of insurance for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, said the department is aware of the… Read More »

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