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Legal Concerns Impacting North Carolina Bicycle Riders

Bike riding is one of the most popular outdoor sports and activities in America. However, because bicyclists often share public roadways with other vehicles, it is important that all bicyclists are aware of the dangers and legal concerns affecting them. First, bicyclists should understand that bikes are governed by the same rules of the road… Read More »

What are Police Reports Used for After an Accident?

After you get into an accident, one of the first steps that you should take is to call the police to come to the scene. Even if nobody was hurt in the accident, having the police present can help in the process of exchanging information. The officers will also create a written accident report, which… Read More »

Study Finds No Safe Amount of Alcohol Use After a Concussion

Recent research performed by Suzanne G. Martin PsyD of MPH Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recovery Center indicates that there is no safe amount of alcohol use following a concussion. According to the study, more and more studies are showing that alcohol and other recreational drugs can have particularly harmful effects toward people who have suffered brain… Read More »

When Truck Accidents are the Result of Tire Problems

By far, the two most common causes of trucking accidents are driver error and problems with the trucks themselves. In many cases, the problems with the trucks involve tire malfunctions, which can come in a variety of forms: Defective tires. In some cases, the tires were defective before they were even put on the vehicle…. Read More »

Delayed Medical Malpractice Claim Against Duke University to Proceed

Four years after a scandal involving research by Duke University’s Dr. Anil Potti, the case has resurfaced in the form of a medical malpractice lawsuit. The case specifically focuses on how the university handled concerns about aspects of Potti’s research that were brought up by a medical student at the time. The university allegedly quieted… Read More »

Key Information on Medical Malpractice Claims in North Carolina

The way medical malpractice claims proceed in North Carolina is very similar to other states — there are the same types of malpractice involved, and the same process of proving negligence by the medical professional is absolutely vital to your case’s success. However, there are some specific factors affecting medical malpractice claims in North Carolina… Read More »

Former Army Prosecutor Found Guilty of Sexual Assault

A former prosecutor for the U.S. Army that often oversaw cases involving allegations of sexual assault has been found guilty of rape, as well as other charges, after a court martial that took place at Fort Bragg. Major Erik J. Burris’s total guilty charges included two counts of rape, four charges of assault, one charge… Read More »

Motorcyclist Dies After Accident Involving Pickup Truck

An accident on Rock Quarry Road in Raleigh led to the death of a 32-year-old woman on February 5. Pamela Melody Butler was driving her 2013 Suzuki motorcycle southbound on Rock Quarry when suddenly a Ford truck being driven by Belsazar Toledo-Garcia crossed into the southbound lane in an attempt to make a left turn…. Read More »

Accidents Increase with Winter Weather

Throughout the first month and a half of the New Year there have been several particularly tough stretches of weather throughout North Carolina. Mid-January had an especially treacherous stretch, with winter weather leading to icy road conditions across the Triangle and in the central portion of the state. A combination of snow and freezing rain… Read More »

Governor McCrory Takes Heat Over Workers’ Compensation Statements

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory gave his annual State of the State Address on February 4, and since then there has been a lot of talk about some controversial comments he made about workers’ compensation benefits in the state. In his speech, the governor stated that nearly half of all of the workers’ compensation claims… Read More »

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