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What Makes for a ‘Winnable’ Medical Malpractice Claim?

The real key to any successful medical malpractice claim is being thorough every step of the way. You should have a great deal of evidence to support your claim so that you can prove several elements in your case. These common elements of a “winnable” case include: You had an established doctor/patient relationship. You must… Read More »

Should You Settle a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

If you are currently in the process of filing a workers’ compensation claim in North Carolina, you might be wondering whether it would be worth it to settle the claim. This decision depends on a number of factors. The following are a few things you should consider before making your decision: An end to weekly… Read More »

Workers’ Comp Exclusive Remedy Provision Prevents Bad Faith Claim

An injured worker in North Carolina recently attempted to bring a bad faith claim against an insurer while his workers’ compensation claim was still active. He filed the lawsuit against First Liberty Insurance Corporation, claiming an intentional infliction of distress and bad faith and saying the company was involved in a great deal of purposefully… Read More »

Mother and Daughter Killed in North Carolina Truck Accident

A mother and her daughter died from injuries they suffered in a recent auto accident near Oxford, North Carolina. The tractor-trailer driver responsible for the accident was eventually charged with a stop light violation and misdemeanor death by vehicle in connection with the crash. According to information from the North Carolina State Highway Patrol, the… Read More »

Study: NC Workers’ Comp Indemnity Benefits Higher than Average

A recent study by the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) found that the workers’ compensation system in North Carolina had the highest indemnity benefits per claim out of all 17 states in the study. According to the study’s results, the duration of temporary disability benefits is longer in North Carolina than in other states studied… Read More »

Driver Charged in Accident that Killed Two People

A 45-year-old North Carolina man was initially charged with one count of misdemeanor death by motor vehicle after a recent accident, but has now had those charges upgraded to two felony counts of death by motor vehicle. The accident reportedly occurred in Brunswick County on Friday, May 22. A representative from the North Carolina State… Read More »

NC Department of Labor Says Design Flaws Caused Bridge Collapse

The North Carolina Department of Labor recently announced that its investigation into the bridge collapse on the northern campus of Wake Tech University found that the accident stemmed from flaws in the bridge’s design. The accident, which occurred in November 2014, led to the death of a construction worker at the site. On the day… Read More »

Raleigh Woman Convicted in DUI Accident that Killed her Son

A Raleigh woman pled guilty to felony death by motor vehicle and driving while intoxicated charges in an October crash that caused her son’s death. The 50-year-old woman will serve at least three years in prison for the crimes. The accident occurred on October 13, 2014 on Creedmoor Road in the northern part of Raleigh…. Read More »

When Can You Seek Damages for Pain and Suffering?

In every personal injury case, claimants seek damages that compensate them for their injuries. The standard damages are called “economic” damages, and include compensation for medical bills, prescription medication, rehabilitation costs, lost wages and other financial losses. However, there are also noneconomic damages, or damages that are not as easily calculated. A common type of… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Filing a ‘Failure to Diagnose’ Lawsuit

One of the most common types of medical malpractice claims involves a failure to diagnose. In these types of claims, a doctor may have failed to make a diagnosis in a timely manner (or at all), and the patient has suffered because of it. When filing a failure to diagnose lawsuit, you must be able… Read More »

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